Professor and Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences
organizational communication, health communication
Office: CPR 107
Dr. Eisenberg joined the Communication faculty in 1994. His primary areas of expertise are organizational and health communication, with a focus on the strategic uses of communication to promote positive organizational change. His current research investigates the role of communication in preventing medical error in in hospital emergency departments. Since 2007, he has served as Dean of The College of Arts and Sciences.
Ph.D., Speech Communication, Michigan State University, 1982.
M. A., Educational Measurement and Psychometrics, Michigan State University, 1981.
M. A., Speech Communication, Michigan State University, 1980.
B. A., Communication, Rutgers University, 1977.