Dr. Amanda Lohiser
Dr. Amanda Lohiser
McEwen Hall 314
Ph.D., SUNY Buffalo
Dr. Amanda Lohiser joined the communication department in 2016 following four years teaching communication courses at the Singapore Institute of Management through their Global Education Initiative. She received her doctorate in communication from SUNY Buffalo in 2012 with a focus on socio-emotional intelligence – how understanding your own emotions and the emotions of others can help you be a better communicator. She specializes in nonverbal communication, and is certified in Paul Ekman’s Facial Action Coding System through SUNY Buffalo’s Communication Science Center, as well as the Micro Expressions Applied Training Program and Certificate Series. She also has a background in public relations, having earned a Master of Science in Public Relations Management from SUNY Buffalo State while working for a Buffalo-based public relations and marketing firm. She recently returned to graduate school to work on a second Master’s degree in Creativity and Change Leadership at the International Center for Studies in Creativity at SUNY Buffalo State and has been published in the field of pedagogy.
Monday: 9-9:45am; 2-3pm
Wednesday: 9-9:45am; 2-3pm
9a-7p via phone
Interpersonal communication, nonverbal communication, organizational communication, small group communication, writing, public speaking, interviewing, communication theory, emotional intelligence, mass media history and application, new media development, public relations, mass communication, business communication.
Socio-emotional intelligence in organizational settings, nonverbal immediacy, pedagogy, facial expressions of emotion, use of new media in the classroom, effects of new media on communication, effects of social networking websites on communication, expression of self through new media.
- Creativity and Change Leadership
- Micro Expression Applied Training Program: Responding Effectively Training TOol (RETT) Certificate Series
- Facial Action Coding System
- "Maximizing Concept Application with Hands-on Team Projects in a Concentrated Public Relations Course," Journal of Applied Learning in Higher Education (2017).
- "Voiceless in Lecture: A Lesson in Vocal Difficulties and Student-Led Classes," College Teaching (2017).
- UB Honors Today (2015).