Blake B 117
1 College Circle Geneseo, NY 14454
Joseph Bulsys has been a member of the Geneseo faculty since 1979.
Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University (1984)
Research interests focus on the rhetoric of the U.S. presidency, presidential campaigns, and international political communication. His teaching experience extends across a broad spectrum of courses including public address, communication theory, intercultural communication and humanities.
Publications and Professional Activities
Published in the Speech Communication Annual, Free Speech Yearbook and the Journal of Communication Studies. Co-author of Public Dialogue: A Basic Coursebook, and an instructor's manual for Public Speaking: Theory Into Practice.
Awards and Honors
Fulbright U.S. Scholar Grant, 2013-2014
Eastern Communication Association Professional Service Award, 1991-1992
Eastern Communication Association
Fall 2016 Classes
COMN 102: Principles of Public Speaking
Basic public speaking is the focus of the course. Emphasis is placed on researching topics, organizing speeches, using appropriate language, effective delivery, and critical listening. Instructors ana
This course is a seminar focusing on a topic or related group of topics relevant to personal and professional communication, journalism and media, or intercultural and critical studies of communicatio
n. The seminar will incorporate in-class discussion of relevant theory and topical issues as well as independent research related to the selected topics(s). May be taken up to two times but only under different subtitles. Prerequisites: Junior or senior standing. Offered every year