Paaige K. Turner
"Wisdom without eloquence has been of little help to states but eloquence without wisdom has often been a great obstacle and never an advantage." Cicero 110-45 BC
Associate Dean, Professor
School of Communications
St. Louis (Webster Groves)
PhD, Organizational Communication, (Minors, Qualitative and Quantitative Methods),
MS, Organizational Communication, (Minors, Qualitative and Quantitative Methods), Purdue University
BS, Marketing, Rhetoric, (Minor, Real Estate Finance), University of Oregon
Principle Associate, Communication Resource Associates
Associate Vice President and Associate Professor, Saint Louis University
Association of International Education Administrators (AIEA)
Association of International Educators (NAFSA)
National Communication Association
International Communication Association
Central States Communication Association
Western Communication Association
Organization for the Study of Communication, Language and Gender
St. Louis City Agency Tweets Support for Hillary Clinton
St. Louis Business Journal
People on the Move
An 'Open Wound' that Keeps on Bleeding
Teaching Festival Preview: Engage Your 21st Century Learner
Webster Hosts WINS Partners and International Guests
Paaige Turner Named School of Communications Associate Dean
Turner, P. K., & Norwood, K. (2014). The elephant in the room: Negotiating visible
pregnancy in job interviews. Women and Language, 37, 41-62.
Turner, P. K. & Norwood, K. (2014). 'I had the luxury...' Organizing breastfeeding support as privatized privilege. Human Relations, 67, 849-874.
Turner, P. K., & Norwood, K. (2013). Unbounded motherhood: Embodying a good working mother identity. Management Communications Quarterly, 27, 396-424. Impact Factor 1.275
Turner, P. K., & Norwood, K., & Noe, C. (2013). A woman with a plan: Recognizing competencies for ascent to administration in higher education. NASPA Journal About Women in Higher Education, 6 (1) 22-47.
Houston, T. A., & Turner, P. K. (2007). Mindfulness and communicative language teaching acquisition. Academic Exchange Quarterly, 11(1) 138-142.
Turner, P. K. & Krizek, R. L. (2006). A meaning-centered approach to customer satisfaction. Management Communication Quarterly, 20, 115-147.
Turner, P.K. (2004). Mainstreaming Alternative Medicine: Doing Midwifery at the Intersection. Qualitative Health Research, 14, 644-662.
Turner, P. K. (2003). Paradox of ordering change: I insist that we work as a team. Managerial Communication Quarterly, 16, 443-439.
Honors and Awards
Fulbright-Nehru International Education Administrators Award, 2013
Outstanding New Professional Award, NAFSA: Association of International Educators, Region IV, 2012
Presidential Citation for Service, National Communication Association, 2007
Faculty Excellence Award, Student Government Association, 2003
Outstanding New Teacher Award, Central States Communication Association, 2000
Chris Kramarae Dissertation Award, Organization for the Study of Communication, Language, and Gender, 1998
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