Scholarship






Dr. Rae Lynn Schwartz-DuPre and Dr. Perry posing with students at Scholar’s Week.


Commitment to Scholarship(under construction)

As a scholar, I am devoted to adding new perspectives in the field of Communication. Since I have been employed at Western Washington University, I have focused my primary research in the areas of scholarship of teaching and learning and critical cultural studies with an emphasis in disAbility and race. Click commitment to Scholarship to continue reading.

Research Diagram

Publications

  • Perry, T. B., Eblen, A., Launius, B., Peterson, H. (2010). Building community through co- authorship. Academic Exchange Quarterly. Refereed. (Received “Editor’s Choice award”).
  • Sias, P. M., Heath, R., Perry, T. B., Silva, D., & Fix, B. (2004). Narratives of workplace friendship
    deterioration. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 21(3), 321-340. Refereed.
  • Sias, P. M., & Perry, T. B. (2004). Disengaging from workplace relationships. Human Communication
    Research, 30(4), 589-602. Refereed.
  • Perry, T. B. (2001, Spring). Planting the seeds for community-campus service-learning partnerships.
    Available from Center for Service-Learning, Western Washington University. Non-Refereed.

“CELEBRATE WHAT YOU’VE ACCOMPLISHED, BUT RAISE THE BAR A LITTLE HIGHER EACH TIME YOU SUCCEED.” – MIA HAMM

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