Dr. John McClellan
- Theory and Philosophy of Communication
- Communication Seminar
- COMM 593 Thesis
- Master’s Comprehensive Exam
- Collaboration & Facilitation
Relational and organizational communication, organizational discourse, collaborative change, and critical communication perspectives
Dr. McClellan currently teaches undergraduate and graduate courses in organizational communication, group interaction, interpersonal communication, and critical theory including COMM 356: Communication in the Small Group, COMM 361: Organizational Communication, COMM 431: Small Group Theory and Research, COMM 432: Advanced Organizational Communication, COMM 471: Advanced Interpersonal Communication, COMM 511: Critical Theory, and COMM 583: Advanced Organizational Communication.
John McClellan (PhD, University of Colorado at Boulder) studies the discursive qualities of organizing with attention to issues of knowledge, identity, collaboration, and change. With an interest in communicative approaches for living and working together in an increasingly pluralistic society, his research explores collaborative practices that might enable creative decision-making and mutually-beneficial, sustainable ways of organizing. As a former organizational change strategy consultant, his research attends to organizing discourses that simultaneously enable and constrain opportunities to transform the ways we understand and engage organizational life.
Office: COMB 103
Phone: (208) 426-2450
Office Hours: By appointment