Susan Millsap, Professor, Communication
- PhD 1995 The Ohio State University
- MA 1982 University of Tennessee
- BA 1980 West Chester University
Research, Creative, & Professional Work
- Oral Interpretation
- Public Speaking
- Communication Research
- Communication Apprehension in the Classroom
- “The Use of Oral Interpretation in the Secondary Classroom.” Journal of the Speech and Theatre Association of Missouri, 41 Fall 2011.
- “Gender Bias in NFA-LD: An examination of participation rates and a content analysis of NFA-LD ballots.” Journal of the National Forensics Association, 24 Spring 2006.
- “Musical Remakes: A Rhetorical Criticism.” The Forensic, 89: 2 Summer 2004 .
- “Rumors, Reality, and NFA - Lincoln Douglas Debate” The Advocate, Winter 2002.
- “The Benefits of Forensics Across the Curriculum: An Opportunity to Expand the Visibility of College Forensics.” The Forensic, 84: 1, Fall 1998.
- “A Feminist Perspective on Argumentation: A Narrative.” The Forensic, 83: 3, Spring 1998.
- “Reflections on Solvency in Quasi-Policy Resolutions.” The CEDA Yearbook, 1986 with Scott Millsap.