Meet the 2015 Public Speaking Lab Staff!

Read below about the undergraduate students who work with the PSL in either the Consultant or Program Assistant role.  The Fall 2015 Consultants will be listed soon!

Fall 2015 PSL Consultants

The Public Speaking Lab (PSL) recruits and trains selected undergraduate students to serve as consultants in the lab every fall and spring semester. Consultants hold regular office hours staffing the PSL as well as participate in a weekly class on public speaking and communication skills development/consulting. PSL Consultants receive academic internship credit for their time commitment.

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 Name: Daniel                         
 Class Standing: Junior
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 Name: Alexandra
 Class Standing: Senior

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 Name: Diyanah

Class Standing: Senior


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Name: Andy
Class Standing: Junior


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Name: John

Class Standing: Junior


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Name: Justin

Class Standing: Junior   


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 Name: Nancy                  

 Class Standing: Sophomore  



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Name: Sarah       

Class Standing: Sophomore 



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 Name: Yaa

 Class Standing: Sophomore


 Name: Garett
 Class Standing: Senior

Fall 2015 PSL Program Assistants

PSL Program Assistants are undergraduates who serve in a variety of roles that incorporate oral communication skills development. They facilitate workshops about oral communication and presentation skills to a variety of audiences including student organizations, student leader groups, classrooms, and others. Workshop topics focus on a variety of skill development areas including professional presentation skills, public speaking anxiety, effective visual aids, verbal and non-verbal communication delivery, presentation organization and more. The Program Assistants have all served as PSL Consultants in previous semesters, so bring a wealth of experience to the role.


Last Updated: 12/17/15