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Thomas Lobaugh

Adjunct Faculty Thomas Lobaugh

Teaching

  • Non Verbal Communication

Biography

Tom Lobaugh has been teaching classes on listening, interpersonal communication, hospitality, and ethics at Boise State since 2013. He received his bachelor’s degree from Whitworth University, a master’s degree from Princeton Seminary, and doctoral degree from Columbia Seminary, and is currently in a PH.D. program for psychology and performance.

Tom’s research interests are in the transformative power of listening, the role humor plays in enhancing athletic performance, and the motivations and practices of cultural-religious hospitality. He is the author of Broken Hearts, Open Doors: The Art of Welcoming Others, and the founder of the company Inspire Excellence.

Tom enjoys spending time with Kathy and their children and grandchildren.

Contact Information

Email: thomaslobaugh@boisestate.edu
Office: COMB 217
Office Hours: By appointment