Jayne Goode, Ph.D.

  Assistant Professor
  708-534-4049 ext. 4049
  Office Location:

   E 2566

  Office Hours:


  College: CAS
  Division of Arts and Letters

As the new Basic Course Director for the COMS program, I am delighted to be charged with the task of developing the standard course for all of the new freshman at GSU. One of the most rewarding aspects of teaching at GSU is the climate in each classroom. Students are engaged and eager. Their enthusiasm for learning makes teaching an fulfilling experience. As a new faculty member at GSU, I am consistently amazed by the work students put into their classes. Further, I share in the deep appreciation for education and the role that education can play, not only in improving circumstances, but in influencing and enriching hearts and minds.

Being surrounded by other faculty that value excellence in both teaching and research is a blessing. Much of my work to date has focused on understanding the influence and means of communication in the public sphere. I have also concentrated on learning various methods to analyze data. I have a deep love and appreciation for research and enjoy the ability to teach classes in methods. My work has been published in journals such as Communication Quarterly, Publius, and Communication Research Reports. I have had the pleasure of presenting at regional and national conferences and many of my papers have received awards.

Service provides opportunities to really invest in the success of the department or program and the university. Currently, I am a member of the Division Curriculum Committee for CVPA and the newly constructed Assessment Committee.  The essence of these committees is to help faculty accomplish their goals, and thereby improve the student university experience.

View my CV here.