Dr. Amy Martinelli, Director of the Speech Lab, received her PhD from the University of Florida in Curriculum and Instruction in 2015 with a specialization in Social Foundations of Education. She served as the Assistant Director of Forensics at the University of Florida from 2004-2015 and is currently serving in a similar capacity for the Speech and Debate Program at University of Nebraka-Lincoln. In 2008, she was awarded the Outstanding New Coach Award by the American Forensic Association. Courses she teaches include: Comm 209: Introduction to Public Speaking and Comm 210: Introduction to Small Group Communication.
Martinelli, A, “Fears on Film: Representations of Juvenile Delinquency in Educational Media in the Mid-Twentieth Century America,” in eds. Sevan G. Terzian and Patrick Ryan, American Education in popular Media: From the Blackboard to the Silver Screen, (Palgrave, 2016).
Comm 209: Public Speaking
Comm 210: Small Group Problem Solving