Brenda Ahntholz - Professor - Speech and Communication Studies Department

Contact Information

 Brenda Ahntholz.Brenda Ahntholz
Professor
Speech and Communication Studies Department
Faculty Advisor: Speech & Communications Studies Club and Sigma Chi Eta Honor Society
(510) 979-7934
bahntholz@ohlone.edu
Room 2305, Building 2, third floor, Fremont campus

Biography

See Brenda Ahntholz's Profile on the Maggie Morrisson Speech Communication Lab website for biographical information.

Education

  • Ed. D. (in-progress) Higher Education Administration, Alliant International University
    • Emphasis: Cross Cultural Studies
  • M.A. Communication Studies, University of Northern Iowa
    • Emphasis:  Interpersonal Communication, Gender Communication, and Communication Education
  • B.A. Journalism/Public Relations, University of Nebraska, Omaha

Professional Memberships

  • WSCA, Western States Communication Association
  • National Communication Association

Publications and Presentations

  • Paper for Western States Communication Association Conference. Palm Springs, CA, February 2006. Co-Teaching Whiteness as a Mixed Race Team: Reflections of an Intercultural Communication Class.
  • Presenter for Western States Communication Association Conference. Great Ideas For Teaching Speech (G.I.F.T.S.). 2001-2005.
  • Community College Planner for Western States Communication Association Conference. Albuquerque, NM, February 2004.
  • Panel Chair for Western States Communication Association Conference. Albuquerque, NM, February 2004. Creativity in Community College Communication Curriculum.
  • Panel Chair for Western States Communication Association Conference. Salt Lake City, UT, February 2003. Great Ideas For Teaching Speech (G.I.F.T.S.).
  • Paper for National Communication Association Annual Conference. Atlanta, GA, November 2000. Conflict management in lesbian interpersonal relationships: A preliminary qualitative investigation.
  • Panelist for Western States Communication Association Conference. Sacramento, CA, February 2000. Model teaching program awarded to Ohlone College.
  • Trainer for Growth & Opportunity, Inc. Gilroy, CA, October 1999. Team Building Strategies.
  • Panelist for UNI’s Diversity Week, 1994. Sexual diversity.
  • Panelist at the National Women’s Studies Association Conference. Ames, IA, 1994. Women’s interpersonal isolationism in rural Iowa.
  • Presenter for UNI’s Communication Studies Colloquium Series, 1994. Hearing women’s voices: Oral histories of rural Iowa farm women.
  • Actor in UNI’s Interpreter’s Theatre, 1994. Being East Indian in America: A true test of Shakti.
  • Panelist for UNI’s Gender Equality Association, 1993. What is feminism?