Angela G. Clendenin, Ph.D., M.A.

Angela G. Clendenin, Ph.D., M.A.

Instructional Assistant Professor

Epidemiology & Biostatistics
212 Adriance Lab Rd.
1266 TAMU
College Station, TX   77843-1266

Phone: 979-436-9499
clendenin@sph.tamhsc.edu

Education and Training

  • Ph.D., Agricultural Leadership, Education, and Communications, Texas A&M University (anticipated 2016)
  • M.A., Strategic Communication and Leadership, Seton Hall University
  • B.A., Journalism, Texas A&M University

Research Interests

  • Risk Communication
  • Decision Analysis
  • Emergency Management/Emergency Communications
  • Cultural/Social Influences on Communication/Decision-Making
  • Communications Measurement and Assessment

Teaching Interests

  • Science Writing
  • Risk Communication
  • Leadership

Selected Publications And Presentations

  • "Innovative Perspectives on Effectively Communicating Through the Chaos of Crisis”, Submitted presentation as part of the 2015 Texas Division of Emergency Management Annual Conference in San Antonio, TX  May 2015
  •  “How to Promote Your Research to the Public and Why You Should”, Invited presentation to junior women faculty at Texas A&M University for the ADVANCE Center  March 31, 2015
  • “How to Build a Professional Brand and Why You Should”, Invited presentation to professional women in academia for the Texas Women in Higher Education Annual Conference in Galveston, TX  March 31, 2015
  • “Innovative Perspectives on Effectively Communicating Through the Chaos of Crisis”, Accepted presentation as part of the 2015 National Hurricane Conference in Austin, TX  March, 30 2015
  •  “Effectively Communicating Through the Chaos of Crisis”, Poster presentation as part of the 2014 Conference for the Texas Rural Health Association  2014
  • “Communicating Your Research”, Invited presentation as part of the 2014 Research Institute for Women and Underrepresented Groups for the Texas A&M University College of Medicine  2014
  • “How to Promote Your Research to the Public and Why You Should”, Invited presentation to junior women faculty at Texas A&M University for the ADVANCE Center  2014
  •  “How a Disaster Preparedness Rotation Helps Teach the Seven NAVMEC Professional Competencies: The Texas A&M University Experience”, Journal of Veterinary Medical Education, Volume 40, Number 4, Wesley T. Bissett, Debra L. Zoran, Angela Clendenin, Norberto F. Espitia, William Moyer, and Kenita S. Rogers  2013
  • “How to Promote Your Research to the Public and Why You Should”, Invited presentation to junior women faculty at Texas A&M University for the ADVANCE Center  2013
  •  “Working with the Media”, Invited presentation for the Texas Public Health Association Mid-Year Conference  2011

                            

Articles for General Readership

Many feature articles and news articles for publications at the St. Joseph Regional Health Center and the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences