K. Michelle Scott

K. Michelle Scott

Michelle Scott, general education

K. Michelle Scott

  • B.A., Florida Atlantic University
  • M.A., Monclair State University
  • Ph.D., Nova Southeastern University

Organizations

Memberships (past and present):

  • Editorial Outreach Committee, HBCU faculty development consortium
  • Women and Language Journal editorial board
  • Lambda Pi Eta Honor Society, Clark Atlanta University, board of directors
  • National Communication Association
  • Association for Conflict Resolution
  • Atlanta Chamber of Commerce
  • International Association of Business Communicators
  • Delta Sigma Theta Sorority
  • American Forensics Association
  • National Urban League Inc.
  • Black Executive Exchange Program
  • NAACP
  • Georgia Perimeter College Speaker's Bureau
  • Georgia Association of Jungian Analysts

Previous Positions

K. Michelle Scott, Ph.D., is a professor of speech and public speaking at SCAD-Atlanta and for SCAD e-Learning. Her academic credentials include a Ph.D. in conflict analysis and resolution, a Master of Arts in speech communication and a Bachelor of Arts in communication arts. Scott has more than 17 years of experience as an academician, consultant, trainer and facilitator. She has received recognition, publications and awards for her academic work in conflict resolution and communication studies.

Courses Taught

Speech and Public Speaking