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Curriculum Vitae
Deborah D. Sellnow-Richmond
Dept. of Communication
585 Manoogian Hall
Wayne State University
Detroit, MI 48202
Deborah.sellnow@wayne.edu
EDUCATION
Ph.D.

Wayne State University, Department of Communication, In Progress


Projected May 2016
Advisor: Dr. Julie Novak

M.P.S.

University of Arkansas Clinton School of Public Service, May, 2011


Advisor: Dr. Christina Standerfer
Capstone: S.E.T. (Science, Engineering, and Technology) Diversity
Development, Entertainment Industries Council, Inc.

B.A.

University of Minnesota, Department of Political Science, Department of


Gender, Womens, and Sexuality Studies, August 2008

ACADEMIC POSITIONS
Wayne State University (Detroit, MI)
Department of Communication
Graduate Teaching Assistant

Fall 2013 Present

Primary Instructor
Wayne State University
COM 5130 Communication and Social Marketing-Fall 2015
COM 1010 Oral Communication, Online-Fall 2015
COM 3400 Theories of Communication-Spring 2015
COM 3250 Introduction to Organizational CommunicationWinter 2015
COM 3300 Business and Professional PresentationsWinter 2015
COM 1010 Oral Communication, Hybrid-Fall 2014
COM 1010 Oral Communication, Online-Fall 2014
COM 1010 Oral Communication-Spring 2014
COM 1010 Oral Communication-Fall 2013
Co-Instructor

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Wayne State University
COM 5160 Public Relations Campaigns-Winter 2014
COM 5230 Health Communication-Fall 2014

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Wayne State University
COM 4170 Public Relations Writing, Hybrid-Winter 2014

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Invited Lectures
Invited Lecture, Communication 4140: Popular and Celebrity Culture. Stanslav Kozadayev.
Wayne State University (Winter 2015). Topic: Feminism and Feminist Organizing.
Invited Lecture, Communication 4210: Research Methods in Communication. Ashik Shafi.
Wayne State University (Winter 2015). Topic: Qualitative Research Methods.
Invited Lecture, Communication 4210: Research Methods in Communication. Marta Lukacovic.
Wayne State University (Winter 2015; Spring 2015). Topic: Conducting Focus Groups.
Invited Lecture, Communication 7810: Seminar in Communication Education. Dr. Katie
Rassmussen. Wayne State University (Fall 2014). Topic: Teaching Online Courses.
RESEARCH
Journal Articles
Spence, P., Lachlan, K., Lin, X., Sellnow-Richmond, D. D. & Sellnow, T. L. (in press).
Social media and corporate reputation during crises: YouTubes viability for providing
counter-messages to traditional broadcast news. Journal of Applied Communication
Research.
Spence, P., Lachlan, K., Lin, X., Sellnow-Richmond, D. D. & Sellnow, T. L. (2015). The
problem with remaining silent: Exemplification effects and public image. Communication
Studies, (ahead-of-print), 1-17.
Sellnow, D. D., & Sellnow, T. L. (2014). The challenge of exemplification in organizational
crisis communication. Journal of Applied Communication, 98(2), 53-64.
Manuscripts under Review
Strawser, M. & Sellnow-Richmond, D. D. (under review). Understanding the role of
instructional modality on student affect in the communication basic course. Academic
Exchange Quarterly.
Sellnow-Richmond, D. D. & Sellnow-Richmond, S. A. (under review). The role of

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exemplification in health interventions: Fear and stigma in the CDCs Tips from Former
Smokers campaign. Qualitative Health Research.
Encyclopedia Entries
Sellnow-Richmond, S. A. & Sellnow-Richmond, D. D. (in press). Gender and Sexuality.
Encyclopedia of family studies. Hoboken: Wiley-Blackwell.
Refereed Conference Paper Presentations
Sellnow-Richmond, D. D. Client perspectives in health communication initiatives. National
Communication Association Conference, Las Vegas, NV, November 19-22.
Sellnow-Richmond, D. D. & Seeger, H. M. Discourse of renewal in Detroits post-bankruptcy
crisis. The Renewal Framework in Post Crisis Communication: Variables, Processes and
Contexts. National Communication Association Conference, Las Vegas, NV, November
19-22, 2015.
Spence, P., Lachlan, K., Lin, X., Sellnow-Richmond, D. D., & Sellnow, T. Keeping the wolves
at bay: Using YouTube.com to counter broadcast news reports of organizational crises.
National Communication Association, Las Vegas, NV, November 19-22, 2015.
George, A., Sellnow-Richmond, D. D. & Sellnow, D. D. Effective risk communication in the
time of Ebola. International Communication Association Conference, San Juan, Puerto
Rico, May 27-31, 2015.
Sellnow-Richmond, D. D. Community (re)development: Handing it over. Central States
Communication Association Conference, Madison, WI, April 15-19, 2015.
Sellnow-Richmond, D. D. Can organizations be culture-centered?: Toward reconciling the
culture-centered approach and stakeholder theory. Central States Communication
Association Conference, Madison, WI, April 15-19, 2015.
Sellnow-Richmond, D. D. & Sellnow-Richmond, S. A. The role of exemplification in health
interventions: Fear and stigma in the CDCs Tips from Former Smokers campaign.
National Communication Association Conference, Chicago, IL, November 19-22, 2014.
Sellnow-Richmond, D. D. Entertainment-education in the Internet age: The CDCs
Preparedness 101 campaign. National Communication Association Conference,
Chicago, IL, November 19-22, 2014.
Spence, P., Lachlan, K., Sellnow-Richmond, D. D., Sellnow, T. L. & Lin, X. The problem with
remaining silent: Exemplification effects and public image. National Communication
Association Conference, Chicago, IL, November 19-22, 2014.
Sellnow-Richmond, D. D. Reconnecting you to your soul: Exploring patient narratives in a

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yoga-based eating disorder treatment program. International Congress of Qualitative


Inquiry Conference, Champaign, IL, May 28-31, 2014.
Sellnow, D. D. Whats in a name? A content analysis of online news coverage of pink slime.
National Communication Association Conference, Washington, DC, November 20-24,
2013.
Sellnow, D. D., & Sellnow, T. L. The perils of simplicity: Exemplification in risk
communication. Integrated Marketing Communication Conference, Wilmington, NC,
June 6-8, 2013.
Sellnow, D. D., & Sellnow, T. L. The challenge of exemplification in organizational crisis
communication. Central States Communication Association Conference, Kansas City,
MO, April 2-7, 2013.
Refereed Conference Panel Presentations
Sellnow-Richmond, D. D. Navigating the nontraditional classroom. Central States
Communication Association Conference, Madison, WI, April 15-19, 2015.
Sellnow-Richmond, D. D. Examining urban communication in times of resilience
and renewal: Ethnographic Narratives of Community Health in Detroit. National
Communication Association Conference, Chicago, IL, November 19-22, 2014.
Sellnow-Richmond, D. D. Emerging theories of instructional communication in
applied contexts. Central States Communication Association Conference, Minneapolis,
MN, April 2-6, 2014.
Invited Presentations
Gupton, M., Sellnow-Richmond, D. D. & Seeger, M. Detroit: Ruin and Renewal, Aspen
Engaging Communication Scholarship Conference, Aspen, CO, July 25-27, 2015.
Poster Sessions and Exhibitions
Lukacovic, M. N. & Sellnow-Richmond, D. D. User-generated content on health disparities in
Slovakia. Communication Research Day, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, April 8,
2015.
Sellnow-Richmond, D. D., & Sellnow-Richmond, S. A. Exemplification in the CDCs tips from
former smokers campaign. Communication Research Day, Wayne State University,
Detroit, MI, April 11, 2014.
Sellnow-Richmond, D. D. Cosmopolitan by day, disenfranchised by night: Reifying segregation
in Detroits New Center neighborhood. Sociology Research Day, Wayne State
University, Detroit, MI, April 10, 2014.

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Sellnow, D. D. Whats in a name? A content analysis of online news coverage of pink slime.
Communication Research Day, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, April 19, 2013.
SERVICE
National Communication Association
Reviewer, Basic Course Division, National Communication Association, 2015
Reviewer, Student Division, National Communication Association, 2014
Central States Communication Association
Reviewer, Public Relations Interest Group, Central States Communication Association,
2015
Reviewer, Graduate Student Caucus, Central States Communication Association, 2015
Respondent, Undergraduate Poster Session, Central States Communication Association,
2014
Reviewer, Instructional Caucus, Central States Communication Association, 2014
Eastern States Communication Association
Reviewer, Media Studies Division, Eastern Communication Association, 2015
Wayne State University
Committee Member, Faculty Promotion and Tenure, Wayne State University, 2015
present
Student Representative, CFPCA Hearing Appeals Committee, September 2014
present
Colloquia Director, Graduate Student Association, Wayne State University, May 2014
May 2015
Social Chair, Graduate Student Associate, Wayne State University, May 2014 May
2015
Consultant, Wayne State University Communication Consulting Cooperative, August
2014 present
Treasurer, Graduate Student Association, Wayne State University, August 2013 May
2014
Committee Member, Undergraduate Recruitment and Retention, Wayne State
University, August 2013 May 2014

RELEVANT EXPERIENCE
Program Consultant, Entertainment Industries Council, Inc., Reston, VA

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Science, Engineering, and Technology entertainment education initiative in reservation


schools, social networking and e-communication
Sexual Health Educator, Children of Azuero (NIDA), Chitre, Panama
Focus group engagement with registered sex workers regarding self-awareness of health
and future goals; educational materials and programming in middle and high schools
regarding STD transmission/manifestation
Consultant, Arkansas Advocates for Children and Families, Little Rock, AR
Legislative outreach and informational interviewing

AWARDS AND HONORS


NCA Doctoral Honors Seminar, National Communication Association, Columbia, MO, July 811, 2015.
Graduate Student Service Award, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, 2014-15
Summer Research Award, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, 2013
Top Paper Award, Central States Communication Association, Public Relations Interest Group,
2013
Thomas C. Rumble University Graduate Fellowship Recipient, Wayne State University
2012-13
PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONAL MEMBERSHIP
International Communication Association
National Communication Association
Central States Communication Association