Tiffany R. Wang is an assistant professor of communication studies and basic course coordinator in the College of Fine Arts at the University of Montevallo. She holds a B.S. and M.S. from Texas Christian University and a Ph.D. from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Wang’s research interests include instructional communication, communication education and family communication. She is an active member of the Alabama Communication Association (ACA), the Central States Communication Association (CSCA) and the National Communication Association (NCA). Wang’s research appears in peer-reviewed journals, including Communication Education, Communication Reports, The Journal of Continuing Higher Education, Journal of Divorce & Remarriage, Journal of Family Communication and the TCU Journal of Undergraduate Research and Creativity.
Wang is also active in disciplinary and university service. At the disciplinary level, she edits the CSCA Newsletter, serves on the NCA Legislative Assembly and NCA Nominating Committee, and holds officer positions in the CSCA Communication Education Interest Group and the NCA Basic Course Division. At the university level, Wang advises the Lambda Pi Eta Lambda Nu and Alpha Delta Pi Zeta Delta Chapters and serves on the Academic Advising, Support and Intervention and Faculty Honors Committees.
Wang coordinates communication studies internships and teaches courses on Communication Theory, Communication Training and Development, Family Communication, Foundations of Oral Communication, Honors Foundations of Oral Communication, Instructional Communication, Interpersonal Communication, Introduction to Communication Research Methods, Small Group Communication and Social Media and Public Relations.