David Lennox

David Lennox

Senior Lecturer

340H Warren Hall

Education

  • MBA The Peter F. Drucker School of Management, Claremont Graduate University, 1991
  • Master's Degree Claremont Graduate University, 1990
  • Bachelor of Arts Walla Walla University, 1988

Awards and Honors

  • Faculty Innovation in Teaching Grant. Improving Student's Use of Visual Communications in Business Presentations. (2007) Cornell University

Selected Publications

Case Studies

  • Lennox, D. P., & Newman, A. (2006). Faster Off the Mark? The Communication Challenges of Integrating Businesses at ARAMARK. Cornell University School of Hotel Administration, Ithaca, NY.

Instructor's Manuals

  • Lennox, D. P. (2013). Test Bank (Instructor Support Materials). Newman & Ober: Business Communication: In Person, In Print, Online, 8th Edition Cengage, Mason, OH.

Others

  • Lennox, D. P. (1994). Workplace Applied Communication. Kennedy Nelson Shultz, Inc., Jackson, WY.

Presentations and Activities

  • The Global Tweet: Integrating Intercultural Concepts into the BCOM Core Course. Annual Conference of Association for Business Communication. October 2014. Association for Business Communication. Philadelphia, PA.
  • Writing in Three Dimensions: Teaching Communication Skills for the Hyper-Personalized World. Annual Conference of Association for Business Communication. October 2013. Association for Business Communication. New Orleans, LA.
  • What is Responsible Global Business Communication? Teaching Ethics in an Ethno-Relative World. Annual Convention of Association for Business Communication. October 2012. Association for Business Communication. Honolulu, HI.
  • How Business Leaders Communication in 2012: Classroom Strategies for Teaching Current Practices. European Convention of Association for Business Communication. May 2012. Association for Business Communication. Nijmegen, Netherlands.
  • Play It Again, With Feeling: Using Immediate Audience Feedback to Address Student Problems with Speech Delivery. Annual Convention of Association for Business Communication. October 2007. Association for Business Communication. Washington, DC.
  • The Role of Rhetoric in the Business Speaking Course: How Students Can Learn the Artistry of Oral Language. Annual Convention of Association for Business Communication. October 2005. Association for Business Communication. Irvine, CA.
  • What is a Good Communicator? A Study of the Shifting Meanings of ‘Communication’ in the Workplace. Annual Convention of Association for Business Communication. October 2005. Association for Business Communication. Irvine, CA.

Teaching