Health communication; political communication; interpersonal communication; social influence; persuasion; communication technologies
George Kueppers is a full time Account Executive in the civic communication tech industry in Washington, D.C., and an adjunct faculty member of the Communication Department at George Mason University, where he also received his Master of Arts and Doctor of Philosophy degrees in Communication. George is originally from Minnesota, and obtained Bachelor of Arts degrees in Political Science and Global Studies from Concordia College in Moorhead, MN. When he's not teaching or working on his doctoral studies and research, George enjoys playing music, video games, binging TV shows, watching sports, playing hockey, tennis, and basketball, and snowboarding. George's research interests have spanned many sub-disciplines of communication, from political to strategic to environmental and risk communication and most recently health communication. Overall, George is interested in studying the dynamic relationships between communication, learning, and behavior, and his dissertation research explored this intersection in the context of interpersonal mental health communication and help-seeking. George has been a student of communication since the 7th grade when he joined his high school's Speech & Debate (aka "competitive forensics") Team, and is proud to be a graduate assistant here in the Communication Department at George Mason University.
Bachelor of Arts, Political Science, 2015
Bachelor of Arts, Global Studies, 2015
Concordia College - Moorhead
Master of Arts, Communication, 2017
Doctor of Philosophy, Communication, 2020
George Mason University