Instructional Communication, Interpersonal Communication, Strategic Communication, Race, Gender, and Class.
Briana Davis (She/Her) is a Ph.D. student and graduate lecturer in the department of Communication at George Mason University. She earned a B.S in Communication Studies from Radford University (V.A) and a M.A in Strategic Communication from High Point University (N.C). Briana's previous research experience and interest include Quantitative, Qualitative, and Critical methodology, Instructional Communication, Interpersonal Communication, Strategic Communication, and the intersections of Race, Gender, and Class. She takes particular interest in exploring Race, Gender, and Class in urban instructional environments. Her goal is to use her research to develop and further policies that benefit urban education, urban youth, and teacher pedagogy practices.
COMM 101 Fundamentals in Communication
M.A., Strategic Communication, High Point University, 2019
B.S., Communication Studies, Radford University, 2017