Profiles in "Argumentation" Expertise Area

  • Symonds is the director of the ASU Forensics Team.
  • Gruber teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in film, consumerism, rhetorical theory, research methods, and professional speaking and writing. She is also a faculty member in Barrett, the Honors College.
  • Ying-Chih Chen's research agenda focuses on how talk and writing can be synergistically adapted as epistemic tools to foster negotiation and group consensus skills among students.
  • Dr. J. Bryan Henderson is an Associate Professor interested is in the utilization of educational technology to facilitate critical, peer-to-peer science learning. He received his Ph.D. from Stanford University.
  • A former Air Force pilot and leader development coach, Stoda now studies and teaches practical communication competencies ranging from persuasion and leadership to crisis management and critical thinking.
  • Jennifer Clifton is a Project Manager with the Rob and Melani Walton Sustainability Solutions Service. Her work takes up the design of collaborative methods for shared inquiry and public deliberation in various ill-defined, transboundary contexts.