The COVID-19 pandemic has changed the way students at Concordia University Texas learn, and it's changed the way CTX professors teach. But one thing that hasn't changed is Concordia's commitment to caring for students.
Dr. Erik Green, an associate professor of Communication, shares how he's adjusting to the changes as a professor while keeping student success as his primary goal.
Meet Professor Green
Green joined the Department of Communication at Concordia University Texas in 2009. He leads students through courses in authentic speaking, conflict resolution, group dynamics, silence and listening, and reclaiming conversation in an era of distraction. He co-founded the Dinda Center for Excellence in Teaching & Learning, which is an on-campus space where the University's faculty meet to learn, collaborate and grow in their vocation.
In addition to teaching at CTX, Green is a communication coach with the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas at Austin, and he works on special projects with Austin-based Quantified Communications, which helps people improve their communication through data and behavioral analytics.
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