Erin Christie defines herself as a social interaction communication scholar, with research interests that include identity and interaction, work, and qualitative research methods. She is specifically trained in interpretive microanalysis.
Montclair State University
M.A., Communication Studies
Erin Christie's most recent scholarship includes a book chapter found within the "International Encyclopedia of Organizational Communication" to be published in 2017 by Wiley Blackwell Publisher. She has many conference papers, received two top paper awards, has been awarded for outstanding excellence in teaching, and has several peer reviewed publications.
- Organizational Communication
- Qualitative Research
- Social Interaction
Scott, Craig R., Lewis, L., et al., eds. The International Encyclopedia of Organizational Communication. Wiley Blackwell, 2017. Print.
Awards & Recognitions
Distinguished Achievement as a Part-Time Lecturer, School of Communication and Information, Department of Communication, Rutgers University, 2012
Appreciation Award, Outstanding Support, Leadership and Service, Rutgers University-PRSSA, School of Communication and Information, Department of Communication, 2015