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  • 1. VITA William A. Haskins Home Phone: (618) 632-8972 Address: William A. Haskins Office Phone: (618) 537-6895 906 Timber Creek Ln Married: Linda 0’Fallon, IL 62269 Children: Bill, Crista Email: whaskins@mckendree.edu Fax: 618-537-6259 Education Ph.D. University of Oregon, Speech Communication, September 1977 M.A. Colorado State University, Speech Communication, June 1971 B.A. State University of New York, College at New Paltz, Speech, June 1969 A.A. Suffolk County Community College, History, June 1967 Professional Employment 1997 - Professor of Speech Communication (tenured) 1996-1997 Dean for Academic Affairs 1995-1996 Associate Dean for Academic Affairs 1990-1995. Professor of Speech Communication, McKendree College 1985-1990 Associate Professor (tenured), Speech Communication, McKendree College 1980-1985 Chair and Assistant Professor, Interpersonal Communication, College of Speech, Marquette University 1977-1980 Assistant Professor, Interpersonal Communication, College of Speech, Marquette University 1974-1977 Graduate Teaching Fellow, Department of Speech, University of Oregon 197 1-1974 Instructor, Department of Speech and Theatre Arts, Colorado State University Area, College and University Service Chair, Student Publication Board (1988-1989) Member of Faculty Development Committee (1988-1989)
  • 2. Member of the Executive Board for Model U.N. (1985-1989) Chair, Faculty Budget, Salary, and Fringe Benefits Committee (1986-1987) Member, Faculty Hearing and Grievance Committee (1987-1988) Liaison, Division of Humanities to Division of Social Sciences and Education (1985- 1986) Member and chaired one section of Presidential Scholarship Committee (1986- 1989) Chair, Faculty Fund Raising and CAPA drive (1986-1987) Speaker for V.I.P. Day (1986) Chair, McKendree Service Institute Steering Committee (1986) Member of ad hoc committee for policy statement on ethics for CRPT Committee Advisor to Speech Communication and Public Relations’ areas Chair, Interpersonal Communication Department, Marquette University (5 years) Dean’s Executive Committee, Marquette University University Academic Senator, Marquette University (3 year term) Director of Legal Communication Club Director of Internship Program Director of Basic Speech Course, Colorado State University and McKendree College Director of Forensics, Colorado State University Selection Committee for Honors Convocation Speaker Chair, Search Committee for Speech Communication Position (1988-1989) Member of Search Committees for Management and Marketing Positions in the Business Division (1989) Commencement speaker for McKendree College’s graduation (Kentucky campus) (1989) Member of Faculty Affairs Council (1989-1990) Member of Presidential Search Committee (1993) Faculty representative to Technos International Week, Tokyo, Japan (1993) Chair of Committee on Rank, Promotion and Tenure (1996-1997) Chair of Academic Affairs Committee, 1996, McKendree College Member of Development Committee, 1995-1996, McKendree College Chair, Division of Humanities (1991) Chair of Assessment Committee, 1996, McKendree College McKendree’s representative for “Exchange Program for Faculty Administrators and Staff of St. Louis Area Colleges and Universities” Chair of Japan Selection Committee Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, McKendree College, August, 1995. Interim Dean for Academic Affairs, McKendree College, April, 1996 to July, 1996 Member of McKendree’s Speakers Bureau, 1996 Member of Strategic Planning Committee, 1996 Co-chair of North Central self-study, 1996 Dean for Academic Affairs, McKendree College, September 1, 1996 Co-Chair for Implementation of Strategic Plan, 1997 Member of task force on Faculty Handbook clarification of tenure and promotion,
  • 3. 1998-1999. Chair of Student Publication Board, 1998-1999 Member of Faculty Development Committee, 1998-1999 Member and Chair of Faculty Affairs Committee, 1999 (two year appointment) Member of Committee on Rank, Tenure and Promotion, 1999 (two year appointment) Member of Faculty Advisory Committee to the Illinois Board of Higher Education (three year term starting in 2000) and elected to executive committee of FAC in 2001 Vice Chair of the Faculty Advisory Council to the Illinois Board of Higher Education, 2002-03 Academic Course Work Major areas of teaching: Rhetorical theory and criticism Argumentation Organizational communication Communication theory Intercultural Communication Courses taught: Modern Rhetorical Theory Rhetoric in Thought and Culture Communication Theory Contemporary Protest Rhetoric Rhetoric of Reform Freedom of Speech Public Speaking Professional Communication Organizational Communication Intro. to Speech Communication Small Group Communication Argumentative Persuasion Interpersonal Communication Training and Development Intercultural Communication and Sales Communication Seminar in Speech Communication Seminar in Rhetorical Criticism (graduate course) Seminar in Discussion and Argumentation (graduate course) Professional Publications William J. Schenk-Hamlin, W. Patrick Neal, Gail T. Fairhurst and William A. Haskins, “Teaching Persuasion: A Comprehensive Approach, “ Journal of the Wisconsin Communication Association, 9 (1978). William A. Haskins, “Freedom of Speech as a Unit in Secondary Speech Education Curriculum,” Journal of the Wisconsin Communication Association, 9 (1979).
  • 4. Gail T. Fairhurst, William A. Haskins, William J. Schenk- Hamlin and W. Patrick Neal, “Exercises in Persuasion,” ERIC, ED 161-098 14 (1979). William A. Haskins, “Time: A Silent Partner for Public Speakers,” Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Transactions on Professional Communication, PC- 23 (1980). William A. Haskins, “Internships in Communication.” Journal of the Wisconsin Communication Association, 10 (1980) William A. Haskins, “Rhetorical Vision of Equality: Analysis of the Rhetoric of the Southern Black Press During Reconstruction,” Communication Quarterly, 29 (1981). William A. Haskins, “Reaction to Dr. John F. Deethardt’s Essay on Freedom of Speech,” Communication Education, 32 (1983). William A. Haskins, “The Element of Time in Legal Closing Arguments,” Audio- Lawyer, 2 (1984). William A. Haskins, “The Art of Listening,” Litigation, 10 (1984). William A. Haskins, “The Art of Listening for Lawyers,” Audio- Lawyer, 2 (1984). This is a reproduction of the article appearing in Litigation. Corrine M. Cahill and William A. Haskins, “The First Amendment Issue of Obscenity: A Phenomenological Analysis,” Free Speech Yearbook 1984, 23 (1984). William A. Haskins, “Communication Principles for Cross- Examination,” Audio- Lawyer, (1984). William A. Haskins, Stephen Spear and Craig Polocheck, “The Effects of Course Instruction on Attitudes Concerning Free Speech,” Journal of the Wisconsin Communication Association, 9 (1985). William A. Haskins, “Interviewing Clients in a Legal Setting: A Dialogic Approach,” Trial Diplomacy Journal, 8 (1985). William A. Haskins, “Interviewing Clients in a Legal Setting: A Dialogic Approach,” Audio-Lawyer, 2 (1985). This is a reproduction of the article appearing in the Trial Diplomacy Journal. William A. Haskins and Stephen Spear, “Arbitration Advocacy: A Case Study Approach,” Communication Education, 34 (1985).
  • 5. William A. Haskins, “Rhetorical Perspectivism of Black Congressmen Upon the 1875 Civil Rights Bill,” ERIC, ED 258-308 (1985). William A. Haskins, John Patzke and Michael Price, “A Review Based Upon Analytical Models of Communication,” Communication and the Law, 8 (June 1986). William A. Haskins, “Teaching Ethics in the Basic Speech Communication Class,” Basic Course Annual 1(1989). William A. Haskins, “Impromptu Debating,” Wisconsin Communication Association Journal (April 1987). William A. Haskins, “Practical Suggestions for Pulpit Speakers,” McKendree Pastoral Review (1986). William A. Haskins, “Witness Preparation: A STAR Approach,” Trial Diplomacy Journal (Fall 1986). William A. Haskins and Greg Gardner, “Opening and Closing Statements in Courtroom Trials.” Trial Diplomacy Journal (Spring 1990). William A. Haskins, “Pitfalls in Intercultural Communication for Lawyers”, Trial Diplomacy Journal (April 1993). William A. Haskins, “Responsibility, Freedom of Speech and Campus Speech Codes,” Journal of Communication Administrators (1994). William A. Haskins, “Freedom of Speech: Construct for Creating a Culture Which Empowers Organizational Members,” Journal of Business Communication (January, 1996). William A. Haskins, “Ethos and Legal Communication,” Journal of Trial Diplomacy, 1998. William A. Haskins, “Ethos and Pedagogical Communication: Suggestions for Enhancing Credibility in the Classroom,” Current Issues in Education. http://cie.ed.asu.edu/volume3/number4/. 2000. (refereed) William Haskins, “Ethos and Managerial Communication: Lessons from the Classroom,” Global Ethics Virtual Review. (refereed with a fall publication date, 2002)
  • 6. William A. Haskins and Tami Eggleston, “Freedom of Speech: Cross-Cultural Perspectives in Argentina, France, Japan, Nigeria, Qatar, South Korea and United States,” International Journal of Humanities, 2004 Books William A. Haskins and Joseph Staudacher, Successful Public Speaking: A Practical Guide, Scott, Foresman & Co., 1987. William A. Haskins and Joseph Staudacher, Successful Public Speaking: A Practical Guide, Scott, Foresman and Company, 1987 (teacher’s manual). Convention Papers and Panel Presentations W. Patrick Neal, Gail Theus Fairhurst, William 1. Schenk- Hamlin and William A. Haskins, “Design Approach to Teaching Persuasion: The Theory and Practice,” Speech Communication Association, Minneapolis, MN, Nov. 4, 1978. William A. Haskins, “The Rhetoric of Black Congressmen Upon the Issue of Education During Reconstruction,” Speech Communication Association, San Antonio, TX, Nov. 12, 1979. William A. Haskins, “Freedom of Speech as a Unit in Secondary Speech Curriculums,” Wisconsin Communication Association, May 1979. William A. Haskins, “Internship Program at Marquette University,” Wisconsin Communication Association, May 1981. William A. Haskins, “Responses of Personnel Directors on Communication Skills for Employees,” Central States Speech Association, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, April 15, 1982. This paper was part of the program entitled “Organizational Curricula: Development and Practice in Wisconsin” which was nominated as the “Showcase Program” from the Wisconsin Communication Association to be represented at the Central States Speech Convention. William A. Haskins, “The Development and Evaluation of an Internship Program,” Peer Assistance Network in Experimental Learning, 1983. Corinne Cahill and William A. Haskins, “A Phenomenological Analysis of the Supreme Court’s Interpretation of Obscenity and Pornography,” Southern States Speech Convention, Baton Rouge, LA, 1984.
  • 7. William A. Haskins, “Rhetorical Perspectivism of Black Congressmen upon the 1875 Civil Rights Bill,” Speech Communication Association, Chicago, Nov. 3, 1984. William A. Haskins, discussant on Basic Course; BAC, 1987. William A. Haskins, “Changing Cultural Perspectives through Rhetorical Action: The Rhetoric of Blacks Upon the Issue of Education During Reconstruction,” Speech Communication Association of Puerto Rico, Dec., 1991. William A. Haskins et al. “Internships and Independent Studies in Communication,” Speech Communication Association, Chicago, Nov., 1992. William A. Haskins, “Clement J. Zablocki: Rhetorical Vision, Aggression and Communism.” Speech Communication Association of Puerto Rico, Dec., 1996. Panelist at Murray State University on February 24, 1997. Topic discussed was “How free should free speech be?”. William A. Haskins, “Community Service from a Dean’s Perspective,” Central States Communication Association, April 13, 1997. Top-Ranked Panel in Division of Communication Education. William A. Haskins and Tammi Eggleston, “Freedom of Speech: Cross-Cultural Perspectives in Argentina, France, Japan, Nigeria, Qatar, and United States.” Presented at the International Humanities Conference, Rhodes, Greece, July 2003. William A. Haskins, Amalia Leguizamon, and Xiashui Pan, “Freedom of Speech in Collectivist Cultures: Cross-Cultural Analysis of Attitudes in Argentina, China, Japan, Nigeria, Qatar, and Turkey,” Virtual Presentation at the Fifth International Conference on Diversity in Organizations, Communities and Nations, Beijing, China, June 30, 2005. Special Honors and Achievements William Norman Grandy Faculty Award, 2002 (This is the highest teaching award given at McKendree College.) United Methodist Church Board of Higher Education Exemplary Teacher Award for 2001 at McKendree College Certificate of Management, Marquette University, June 1984 Phi Kappa Phi, National Honor Society Pi Kappa Delta, National Forensic Honorary 1979 Outstanding Young Men of America Award, U.S. Jaycees Trained in Arbitration Advocacy
  • 8. Consistently ranked among the top teachers in the College of Speech at Marquette University. Verification of this is possible through the Dean’s Office. Certificate of Recognition, McKendree College, 1987 Who’s Who in American Education Most Admired and Respected Directory of American Scholars Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers McKendree Representative to the Faculty Advisory Committee of the Illinois Board of Higher Education, 2001-2003 Elected Officer to the Faculty Advisory Council of the Illinois Board of Higher Education, 2002-2003 Community Service Featured speaker for Annual Gathering of the National MENSA Society, Milwaukee, WI, 1984. Directed workshop on the topic of listening for MENSA, Milwaukee, WI, 1984. Directed workshop on topic of family communication, 1983. Lectured on family communication for Sick Room Health Service and the Milwaukee Ostomy Society, 1983. Lectured on organizational communication for Milwaukee Social Service Organization, 1982. Moderator of debate on alcohol use in Ames Cafeteria, 1986. Moderator of David Ahola Look-a-Like Contest, 1986. Moderator of debate for Freshman Seminar, 1986. Speaker at Lebanon Rotary, 1986. Introduced speaker at Lebanon Rotary, 1987. Participated in Career Day at McKendree, 1986. Speaker on topic of negotiation skills for nurses at Scott Air Force Base, 1986. Interviewed by Milwaukee Journal on topic of listening, 1984. Speaker on topic of marketing yourself for nurses at Scott Air Force Base, 1986. Spoke at the Tribute to Dr. Martin L. King, Jr., McKendree College, 1986. Spoke to the Coal Mining Trainers Association, 1988. Spoke to nurses at Alton Memorial Hospital on the topic of Team Building, 1988. Commencement speaker for St. Libory School, 1989. Presenter, Gateway Nutritionist Society, 1989. Presenter, Federal Savings and Loan, 1989. Judge, Speech Contest, Federal Savings and Loan, 1989. Presenter, Missouri Baptist Medical Center, 1989. Brown Bag Speech on the Rhetoric of Malcolm X, Nov., 1992. Moderator of faculty panel discussion on “How free should free speech be?” at McKendree College, 1993. Speech to Business leaders in metro east area at BAC-Granite City, Customer Satisfaction in Japan,” Oct., 1993. Spoke to Lebanon’s Rotary Club in 1994 about my two week cultural exchange exposure to Japan in 1993.
  • 9. Brown bag speaker on sabbatical research topic: Representative Clem Zablocki. Taught conflict management skills as part of service learning component for class in argumentative communication, Fall 1995. Present position on the topic of Freedom of Speech at Murray State University in February, 1997. Event will be sponsored by the History Department and the History Honor Society. Speaker at Pastor’s Day, McKendree College, March, 1997 Speaker at Federal Employee Women’s Conference, May, 1997 Brown Bag speaker at McKendree College on topic of “How to Communicate with Strangers. What’s Your Comfort Level?”, February, 1999. Featured Speaker for Cooperative Association of States for Scholarships, Haiti, 1999 Farewell Ceremony, Harris-Stowe State College, September 11, 1999 Taught Haitian educators and administrators various communication topics, Harris-Stowe State College, 2000 Membership in Professional Organizations National Communication Association Central States Speech Association Wisconsin Communication Association Freedom of Speech Society Phi Kappa Phi, National Honor Society Pi Kappa Delta, Forensics Honor Society Lambda Pi Eta, Communication Honor Society, Advisor to Alpha Upsilon Chapter References Upon Request

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