The world is ever changing and having the ability to communicate in a diverse world is a key to success in many aspects of life. In this webinar, Dr. Keith Jenkins will share his:
- Observations of the diverse world we live in
- Model of Intercultural Communication
- Guidelines for Intercultural Ethics
Presenter: Dr. Keith B. Jenkins, Professor and Interim Vice President and Associate Provost for Diversity and Inclusion, Rochester Institute of Technology
Since coming to RIT in 1992, Dr. Jenkins has served as RIT Faculty-in-Residence (1993–1995), RIT’s first Assistant Provost for Diversity (1999–2002), Director of Undergraduate Degree Programs in the School of Communication (2011–2016), and Interim Vice President and Associate Provost, Division for Diversity & Inclusion (2016–present).
Jenkins is the recipient of many awards. Among the RIT awards are the 2010 Eisenhart Award for Outstanding Teaching, the 2005 Isaac L. Jordan Pluralism Award, the 2004 RIT Diversity Trailblazer Award, the 1993-94 Provost’s Excellence in Teaching Award, the 1996 and 1997 Higher Education Opportunity Program “Community Professor” awards which recognize a professor who has made a difference in the lives of HEOP students at RIT, and NTID’s (National Technical Institute for the Deaf) 1995 Pluralism Award.
Jenkins’ scholarly publications and presentations center around studies in intercultural communication, political and visual rhetoric, and the rhetoric of gospel song. Most recently, the focus of his research has been on pragmatism and the rhetoric of inclusion in Barack Obama’s 2008 Presidential campaign.
Jenkins, K. B. (2015). [Review of the book Studies of Communication in the 2012 Presidential Campaign, edited by Robert E. Denton, Jr. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books, 2014. 239 pages]. Presidential Studies Quarterly. Volume 45, Issue 4, 812–814. DOI: 10.1111/psq.12231.
Jenkins, K. B. and G. Cos (2010). A Time for Change and A Candidate’s Voice: Pragmatism and the Rhetoric of Inclusion in Barack Obama’s 2008 Presidential Campaign”. American Behavioral Scientist. 5(3): 184-202.
“Small Group Branding: A Visual Identity”, presented with Dr. David Neumann at the William A. Kern Conference, Visual Communication: Rhetorics & Technology IV, held April 10 – 13, 2008 at the Strathallan Hotel, Rochester, NY.
“Transforming the World: Examining the Visual Rhetoric of Gordon Parks Through Half Past Autumn.” National Communication Association 93rd Annual Convention; Chicago, IL; November 17, 2007.
Activity-Based Learning in the Small Group Communication Classroom; Short Course Presentation; National Communication Association Convention; Chicago, IL; November 5, 1999.
The Rhetoric of Men: A Comparative Analysis of the Rhetoric of the Million Man March and The Promise Keepers’ “Stand in the Gap” March; 89th Annual Conference; Saratoga, NY ; April 23 - 26, 1998.
Jenkins, Keith B. (1990). The Rhetoric of Gospel Song: A Content Analysis of the Lyrics of Andrae Crouch. A dissertation submitted to the Department of Communication in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. Tallahassee: The Florida State University Music
Within a week after the live webinar, you can also find the recording of this webinar here.