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Eric Matte

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Associate Professor of Professional Studies / Faculty Advisor for WLMC Landmark College Radio / Head Coach for Men's Basketball

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Education

M.S., Communication, Fitchburg State University

M.S., Organizational Management, New England College

B.A., History, New England College
 

Presentations

Quality Matters, Annual National Conference. Co-presenting with Dr. S.Cofield, University Alabama Birmingham. Entitled: “Increasing Connectivity through Technology.” Dallas, Texas. September 2017.

Intercollegiate Broadcasting System Annual National Conference. Entitled:“Writing for the Radio Ear, not the Eye.” Manhattan, New York. March 2017, 2018.

Intercollegiate Broadcasting System, Annual National Conference. Entitled: “Keeping the D.J.’s in Line.” Manhattan, New York. March 2016, 2017,2018.

Quality Matters, Annual National Conference. Entitled: “Applying the Q.M. Standards to the Face to Face Classroom.” Portland Oregon. November 2016.

Quality Matters, Annual Regional Conference. Entitled: “How Teaching Online Assists the Face to Face Classroom.” Berkley College, Manhattan, New York. March 2016.

Intercollegiate Broadcasting System, Annual National Conference. Entitled: “Training College Disc Jockey’s the WLMC Way.” Manhattan, New York. Presented both March 2015, March 2016.

New England Faculty Development Consortium Conference. Poster Presentation entitled:  Screen Casting, the Basics every Professor Should Know. Roger Williams University, Bristol, RI.  June 2014

New England Faculty Development Consortium Conference. Entitled: “Enhancing Interpersonal Communication for Both the Student and Professor to Foster Student and Teaching Success. College of Holy Cross.  Worcester, MA.  November 2012

Cassola Conference on Teaching Communication, entitled:  “Interpersonal Communication Strategies for Professors and Students. Creating a Seamless
Transition for Students through Interpersonal Communication.” Johnson and Wales University, Providence, RI.  April 2012.

Cassola Conference on Teaching Communication entitled: “Liscussion, Teaching the Art and Skills of Listening and Talking in the College Classroom.”  Johnson and Wales University, Providence, Rhode Island. April 2010, April 2012.

Cassola Conference on Teaching Communication, entitled: “Embedding Necessary Learning Behaviors into Introductory College Courses.” Johnson and Wales University, Providence Rhode Island. April 2010.

Course Websites and Student Engagement. New England Faculty Development Consortium Co-presenter Geoff Burgess, Worcester, MA.  November 2007.

Elm City Rotary Club, Keene, New Hampshire.  Guest Presenter entitled: The 5 Dimensions of Miscommunication in Everyday Life. Keene, NH.  March 2011.

Transitions Program at Landmark College, guest presenter, entitled: How to Talk to your Professors and get the Accommodations you Need, Guaranteed! Presented July 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013.

Teaching Study Skills to Introductory Biology Non-Major Students.  Partnered with Dr. Lorin Launin Professor of Biology at Keene State College. January 2009 – May 2010

Academic Interests

Communication Studies

Group and Organization Culture

Public Speaking

Interpersonal and relational communication

Head Men's Basketball Coach

College Radio

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