Adrienne Viramontes, Ph.D.

  • Associate Professor - Communication
  • Communication Department
  • Ph.D., Southern Illinois University, 2006
  • PHONE: (262) 595-2664
  • EMAIL: viramont@uwp.edu

AREAS OF EXPERTISE

  • interpretation of text, performance, identity construction, Chicana/o History
Adrienne Viramontes is an Associate Professor in the Communication Department. She holds Bachelors and Masters degrees from Purdue University Calumet, and a Ph.D. in Speech Communication from Southern Illinois University. She specializes in identity, intersectionality, qualitative research methods, and Chicana/o history and identities.

Teaching Interests

She regularly teaches classes in oral interpretation, qualitative research methods, public relations, and narrative theory and performance.

Research Interests

Consulting Interests

Teaching Awards

2018: Stella Gray Teaching Award, UW-Parkside
2018: Was nominated and awarded the Stella Gray Teaching Award, Stella Gray Teaching Award Nomination, Teaching and Learning Center
2015: Acknowledgement of contributions made to teaching by women of color within the UW System., Outstanding Woman of Color in Education, UW System
2013: Honored for incorporating CBL into one of my classes., CBL Honoree, Community Based Learning

Service Awards

2014: Recognized in a group photo during convocation., Rangers in Action, University,

Departmental Service

2014: Committee Member - Academic Policies Committee

College Service

2018: Committee Chair - Course and Curriculum
COMM 205 - ORAL INTERPRETATION
COMM 207 - INTRO TO COMM DISCIPLINE I
COMM 208 - INTRO TO COMM DISCIPLINE II
COMM 322 - PUBLIC RELATIONS CONCPT/PRACTS
COMM 363 - COMM/ETHNICITY: (DV)
COMM 480 - PRACTICUM IN ORGANIZATNL COMM:
COMM 494 - COMMUNICATION INTERNSHIP
COMM 495 - SENIOR SEMINAR
COMM 499 - INDEPENDENT STUDY
ETHN 363 - COMM/ETHNICITY: (DV)
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