Dr. Diane Badzinski
Professor of Communication
School of Humanities and Sciences
- Doctor of Philosophy in Communication (University of Wisconsin-Madison)
- Master of Arts in Communication (University of California-Santa Barbara)
- Bachelor of Arts in Communication and Criminal Justice (St. Cloud State)
Most recently, I was a contributing author on several book chapters: "Kerygma, Koinonia, Leitourgia: Worship music that models the purposes of the church." R. Woods & B. Walrath (Eds.); "Contemporary praise and worship at the dawn of the 21st century: Words, music, and messages." Abingdon Press, in press.; "Student perceptions of blended learning in traditional undergraduate environment." A. Picciano & C. Dziuban (Eds.),; "Blended Learning: Research Perspectives," Sloan Research Consortium, in press. I am also an associate editor for the Journal of Applied Communication Research. My most ambitious writing project was as a co-author on a statistics textbook published in 2002, Prentice-Hall.