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Loyd S. Pettegrew
Professor

Loyd S. Pettegrew

Health communication, Organizational Communication

Office: CIS 3019
Phone: 813/974-2145
Email:

Loyd Pettegrew has been with the Department of Communication since 1982. His research interests include organization communication, public opinion, persuasion, and integrated marketing communications. He is our token capitalist, surfer, big game fisherman and a favorite among undergraduate students.

Curriculum Vita
(September, 2013)

Undergraduate Course Offerings

  • Communication Intern Seminar
  • Influencing Public Opinion
  • Integrated Marketing Communication
  • Interview Communication
  • Introduction to Communication
  • Introduction to Communication Theory in Organizations
  • Organizational Commmunication Practicum
  • Persuasion
  • Coordinating Organizational Communication

Graduate Course Offerings

  • Interpreting Quantitative Methods
  • Organizational Change
  • Organizational Communication

Representative Publications

  • "Enlightened Communication is the Key to Building Relationships." Journal of Relationship Marketing 7.2 (2008): 151-76.

  • "If IMC Is So Good, Why Isn't It Being Implemented?: Barriers to IMC Adoption in Corporate America" Journal of Integrated Communication 2000-2001, pp. 29-37

  • The Seven Rules of Bureacracy. Pettegrew, Loyd S. & Vance, Carol A. (2012) Von Mises Institute, March 23rd, pp.1-17.

  • "Embracing Ethics and Morality: A Critical Essay for the Accounting Profession." Vance, Carol A., Stephens, William & Pettegrew, Loyd S. (2012)The CPA Journal, 82, 1, 16-36.

Honors and Awards

  • Outstanding Undergraduate Teaching Award, USF, 1989

Education

Ph.D., Speech Communication, Univeristy of Michigan, 1977.

Current Courses

RefCourseSecCourse TitleCRDayTimeLocation
87313COM 3120002Organizational Communication
3

TBA TBA
93320COM 3122001Interview Communication
3

 
88751COM 4530001Influencing Public Opinion
3M6:30pm-9:15pm

BSN 1300