Dr. Jeff Kuznekoff

Jeff Kuznekoff

Associate Professor

Affiliate, Media, Journalism and Film

223 Johnston Hall

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Dr. Kuznekoff is an Associate Professor of Communication in the Department of Interdisciplinary and Communication Studies. His research interests focus on how people use new communication technologies to interact with others and the ways that communication is altered by these new technologies.  His general areas of research interest include: computer-mediated communication, interpersonal communication, and instructional communication. His most recent work examines the influence of student texting messaging, during classroom lecture, on student learning and investigating issues of gender voice in multiplayer video gaming. He has received several teaching awards, including the 2012 Pamela J. Cooper Award for Teaching by the Central States Communication Association.


  • Ph.D. in Communication Studies Ohio University, 2012
  • M.S., Illinois State University, 2005
  • B.A., Marist College, 2003

Courses Taught

  • APC 201 Introduction to Health and Risk Communication
  • APC 312 Computer-Mediated Communication and Social Media
  • APC 336 Advanced Interpersonal Communication
  • APC 401 Applied Communication Capstone
  • APC 428 Communication in Conflict Management
  • BIS 201 Introduction to Integrative Studies
  • STC 134 Introduction to Speech Communication
  • STC 135 Public Expression and Critical Inquiry
  • STC 136 Introduction to Interpersonal Communication
  • STC 231 Small Group Communication
  • STC 239 Theories of Communication
  • STC 262 Empirical Research Methods
  • STC 339 Introduction to Organizational Communication

Research Interests

  • New Communication Technology
  • Interpersonal Communication
  • Instructional Communication
  • Computer-Mediated Communication

Social Media

Connect with Dr. Kuznekoff on the following social media sites:

Academia.edu  https://miamioh.academia.edu/JeffreyKuznekoff