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Kelli Chromey

Kelli Chromey

Title

Assistant Professor, Communication Studies

Office Building

Pugsley Center

Office

115

Mailing Address

Pugsley Cont Ed Center 115
School of Communication & Journalism-Box 2818
University Station
Brookings, SD 57007

Biography

Kelli is currently an Assistant Professor at SDSU. For Fall 2019 she is teaching SPCM 201 (Interpersonal Communication) and SPCM 720 (Professional Communication). Kelli is the Co-Basic Course Director for SPCM 101.

Education

North Dakota State University, Ph.D. in Organizational Communication with a minor in Adult Education, August 2017
South Dakota State University, M.S. in Communication Studies, May 2013
St. Catherine University, B.A. in Communication Studies, May 2009

Awards and Honors

2018 Joyce M. Lampson Award for Excellence in Faculty Citizenship

2017 Top Presentation Award in the National Communication Association Training and Development Division. “The impostor phenomenon: A roadblock to success”

2017 Honorable Top Paper Award in the National Communication Association Training and Development Division. “The impostor phenomenon: A roadblock to success”

2015 Douglas M. Trank Award for Top Paper in the Central States Communication Association Basic Course Interest Group. “The Basic Course as a Foundation for Student Success: A Pilot Study Assessing Students’ Impostor Phenomenon.”

Professional Memberships

Central States Communication Association
National Communication Association

Area(s) of Research

Kelli's research areas include Impostor Phenomenon, workplace bullying, organizational socialization, emotions in the workplace, and the basic course.

Department(s)