Date(s) - Sep 15 2022
10:30 am - 12:00 pm
What does it mean to present in an audience-centered way with “conversational presence”?
In this interactive, online workshop, Dr. Allie Rowland will provide real-world communication skills training grounded in empirical research and participant self-reflection.
We will address managing speaking anxiety, vocal and physical delivery, and facilitating engaging discussions.
Issues of equity will be foregrounded.
- Learn to manage feelings of communication apprehension.
- Recognize various vocal and physical delivery styles.
- Discover how to lead lively discussions.
- Identify the points at which communication and equity challenges overlap.
About the Presenter:
Dr. Allie Rowland (she/they) is Associate Professor of Rhetoric in the Performance & Communication Arts department at St. Lawrence University. She also directs the Maurer Rhetoric & Communication Program, a speaking-across-the-curriculum initiative. She lives in Canton with her partner and two kids and avidly consumes contemporary literary fiction.
This workshop is scheduled to be online via Zoom. The 1.5-hour session will be on September 15 from 10:30 am to 12:00 pm.
September 15 Session – Register Here