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Roseanna Whitlow-Greenwood

Instructor of Communication Studies, Dual Credit Liaison, and Director of the Speakers' Lab
Office: Academic  237 D

  • B.S. Ed., M.A. Ed., Southeast Missouri State University
  • Ph.D., Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
Courses Taught
  • SC105
  • UI100
  • Speaking Across the Curriculum
  • Narrative and storytelling in oral communication
Scholarly Activity
  • In addition to presenting scholarly papers at numerous conferences and serving as a faculty mentor for the Speech and Theatre Association of Missouri, Dr. Whitlow-Greenwood’s original historical narrative productions and plays have been produced on campus, in the community, and beyond.
  • On campus: Southeast Missouri State University’s 125th Anniversary Lyceum; Mr. Twain, Meet Mr. Faulkner (also invited to present at the Yoknapatofa Conference, Oxford, MS); A Salon with William Faulkner and Kate Chopin; William Faulkner and Toni Morrison: a Nobel Performance; and William Faulkner, Robert Penn Warren, and Mark Twain: Storytellers
  • The greater community: (Mary and Belle: Two Spirted Gals; Strawberry Ridge; and The Mighty Mississippi Melodrama: Or Do I Smell a River Rat?)
  • Thistle Blossoms (award-winning play, produced world-wide)
  • Master Advisor (certified)
  • Past president, Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society
  • Active member, presenter, and past board member of the Speech and Theatre Association of Missouri, since 1972.

Academic Hall 213

Communication Studies
One University Plaza, MS 3225
Cape Girardeau, Missouri 63701