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About

Dr. John Ludlum

Department of Communication


Professor

Research and Teaching Interests

Planning and organizational change, leadership, and the transition experiences of college seniors

Professional Affiliations and Awards

  • Director of both the individual events and debate programs, department chair, and was the founding advisor for Otterbein’s PRSSA chapter
  • Recognized as “Coach of the Year” by the Ohio Forensics Association
  • Received a Certificate of Merit from the National Association of Academic Advisors
  • Recognized as “Master Teacher of the Year” by Otterbein in 2010
Publications
Published articles and made presentations on individuals’ influence tactics in organizations, curriculum models in communication, and studies in interpersonal interaction in first encounters.

Personal Bio
Dr. Ludlum teaches courses in Public Speaking, Organizational Communication and Public Relations. He is an advisor to Mentoring Organizational Students Today, and a director of the Leadership Studies Program. Dr. Ludlum has served as director of both the individual events and debate programs, department chair, and was the founding advisor for Otterbein’s PRSSA chapter. His primary research interests are in planning and organizational change, leadership, and the transition experiences of college seniors. He has also published articles and made presentations on individuals’ influence tactics in organizations, curriculum models in communication, and studies in interpersonal interaction in first encounters. Dr. Ludlum has been recognized as “Coach of the Year” by the Ohio Forensics Association, received a Certificate of Merit from the National Association of Academic Advisors, and was recognized as “Master Teacher of the Year” by Otterbein in 2010.

/Contact

33 Collegeview, C-122

JLudlum@otterbein.edu

614.823.3381