Instructor of Communication Studies, Dual Credit Liaison, and Director of the Speakers'
Office: Academic 237 D
- B.S. Ed., M.A. Ed., Southeast Missouri State University
- Ph.D., Southern Illinois University at Carbondale
- Speaking Across the Curriculum
- Narrative and storytelling in oral communication
- 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.