Julie Stewart

Visiting Assistant Professor



Academic Background

  • PhD University of Cincinnati 2013
  • MA University of Cincinnati 2007
  • BA Xavier University 2001

Academic & Professional Experience

  • Phd University of Cincinnati 2013
  • MA University of Cincinnati 2007
  • BA Xavier University 2001
  • Visiting Professor of Management Miami University 2018-Present
  • Xavier University Instructor 2007-2018
  • Director of Training Communiskills 2010-2018

Recent Publications

  • "Deconstructing Proper Condom Use as an Introduction to Literary Analysis” under revise and submit, Dialogue: A Journal of Popular Culture and Pedagogy.
  • “Six Media-Savvy Ways of Answering the Tell Me About Yourself Question” Journal of Organizational Behavior Education 2017 9: 105-116.
  • (and Clark, B. & Clark T.) “An Inquiry into Contextual Variables that Impact Corporate Compliance with Environmental Self-Audit Reports: A Replication and Extension” Journal of Legal, Ethical and Regulatory Issues, Spring 2015, vol 18:1, pps 35-50.
  • (and Clark, T) “The Golden and Platinum Rules: Be Gracious to Everyone You Meet Because You Never Know When You Are Entertaining an Angel” ABC Newsletter, Issue 1, June 2014.
  • (and Clark, T, Clark, B, & Troxell, R) (2014) “Sharing the Importance of Developing “Loose” Networking Ties” Journal of Organizational Behavior Education, vol 7, 76-79.
  • (and Clark, T.) “Teaching Social Entrepreneurship: Arts Management with a Community Engaged Perspective” (Spring, 2012). Journal of Entrepreneurship Education, 15:1-18.
  • (and Clark, T.) (Fall 2011). “Lessons from South Park: A Comic Corrective to Environmental Puritanism” Environmental Communication, 5:3, 320-336. (20% acceptance rate)
  • (and Clark, T., & Stewart, J.) “Helping Students Understand the Implications of Electronic Technologies on Managerial Communication Practices” (2011) The Business Review Cambridge, vol. 17: 1, 172-177.
  • (and Clark, T.) “Promoting Academic Programs using Online Videos” Business Communication Quarterly, December 2007, 478-481.
  • The Effect of Syntactic Complexity, Social Comparison, and Relationship Theory on Advertising Slogans” (Summer 2007).  The Business Review-Cambridge, 113-118.
  • “A Comparative Examination of Career and Start-up Expectations in Ukraine, South Korea, and U.S.” (with Human, S. et. al.). Spring 2010. New England Journal of Entrepreneurship, 29-46.

Honors & Awards

  • Xavier University IOCD Online Course Design Training Award 2014
  • Charles P. Taft Enrichment Research Award 2013
  • University of Cincinnati, Graduate Scholarship and Assistantship 2006-2010
  • Xavier University Faculty Travel Award 2010
  • University of Cincinnati Sociology Department Travel Award 2009
  • U.C. Graduate Student Governance Association Travel Award 2007, 2008

Areas of Expertise

  • career search strategies
  • interviewing
  • business communication
  • race and advertising
  • rhetorical analysis


Julie Stewart is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Management at Miami University. She teaches Management 111 (Introduction to Business). She has also taught Managerial Communication, Public Relations, and Crisis Communication at Xavier University.

She completed her PhD at the University of Cincinnati in 2013, and her research interests include race and advertising, environmental studies, and career search strategies.

Julie has worked as the Director of Training at Communiskills training clients from many companies including Procter and Gamble and TriHealth and has experience working in for profit, non-profit, and political organizations.


Julie Stewart

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