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In the News

ECU: Easing Public Speaking, September 13, 2015
The Daily Reflector

Gaining Confidence: ECU Speech Communication Center helps ease fear of public speaking, September 1, 2015
ECU News Service

Our Staff

Pam Hopkins

Dr. Pamela Hopkins, Speech Communication Center coordinator, graduated from Clemson University with a B.A in English and a minor in Communications. She also holds an M.A in Speech Communications from Penn State, and a Ph. D. in Technical and Professional Discourse from ECU. Dr. Hopkins teaches both on-line and face-to-face classes in Public Speaking and Fundamentals of Speech Communication. Dr. Hopkins is passionate about the importance of verbal communication, and enjoys working with students, faculty members and staff as they improve all aspects of their public speaking and presentation skills.

Kelsey Rhodes 2016 Resized

Kelsey Rhodes is a graduate student in the School of Communication. She earned her undergraduate degree in Communication with a concentration in Public Relations from ECU. Before attending ECU, Kelsey graduated from Pitt Community College with an associate degree in Graphic Design and Advertising. This is Kelsey's second semester working in the Speech Communication Center. Kelsey enjoys helping students of all majors improve their professional communication skills and overcome their fear public speaking.

Caroline Umphlett

Caroline Umphlett is a graduate student in the School of Communication. She earned her B.S degree in Communication with a concentration in Interpersonal and Organizational Communication from ECU in December of 2015. During her time as an undergraduate student, Caroline was a member of the ECU softball team. This will be Caroline’s first semester working in the Speech Communication Center. Caroline enjoys helping students of all majors overcome the fear of public speaking and becoming confident and professional speakers.