Professor, Speech & Communication
Ph.D., University of Georgia
M.A., Baylor University
B.A., Baylor University
Dr. Doyle Srader arrived at NCU in 2007. His primary teaching schedule includes public speaking, interpersonal communication, listening behavior, and other public address and interpersonal communication classes. He brings over 18 years of teaching expertise to the classroom.
Doyle has authored numerous publications and writings including “Performative Listening,” which appeared in the International Journal of Listening, and “Before, after, during: Michael Chertoff’s post-Katrina arguments,” which appeared in Argumentation and Advocacy.
He was the 2008 Professor of the Year, and the 2009 recipient of the NCU President’s Award for Teaching Excellence and Campus Leadership. He was certified a Web Course Designer in 2003, a Master Online Instructor in 2004, and an Interactive Television Instructor in 2005, all by the Office of Instructional Technology at Stephen F. Austin State University.