Dr. Kenneth M. Sibal

Ph.D Ohio University
M.A. Western Kentucky University
B.A. Georgetown College

Kenny returned to his alma mater in the fall of 2010 to join the Communication and Media Studies department. He teaches introductory courses in the department including Principles of Communication and Foundations 112 in conjunction with several upper-level courses in Crisis Communication, Sports and Media, Small Group Communication, and Organizational Communication.

Kenny comes to Georgetown with a wide range of experience. As a M.A. student, Kenny first began his teaching journey while simultaneously working for Leadership Strategies Group, an organizational consulting firm in Bowling Green, Kentucky under the direction of Dr. Randy Capps. There, he conducted and participated in several consulting projects including conflict management, professional speaking, leadership/delegation, as well as strategic planning.

At Ohio University, Kenny gained a specialization in Relating and Organizing. His dissertation focused on Organizational Communication and explored organizational-level dialectics and the experience/communication of college football injuries. Kenny has several conference presentations and publications in the areas of interpersonal/organizational communication including family communication, image repair, risk communication, and crisis communication.

Courses Taught

COMM 101: Principles of Communication
FDN 112: From Talking to Texting
COMM 312: Small Group Communication
COMM 400: Organizational Communication
COMM 471 (Topics): Sports and Media
COMM 471 (Topics): Crisis Communication


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