Clinical Associate Professor Assistant Director of the McBride Center of International Business
Christina Iluzada holds a PhD in English and has taught writing and communications courses since 2009. She enjoys researching and implementing innovative pedagogical practices to foster a transformative communication education for students on study-abroad programs and in on-campus classes. She has published research in peer-reviewed journals such as Journal of Effective Teaching in Higher Education, The Journal on Excellence in College Teaching and International Journal of Business Communication.
Iluzada is a member of the Association for Business Communication and the Christian Business Faculty Association. She also serves as a consultant for David Weekley Homes.
- 2013 – PhD, English, Baylor University, Waco, Texas
- 2002 – BA, English with an education certificate, Wofford College, Spartanburg, South Carolina
- BUS 3315 – Business Communications
- BUS 3303 – Managerial Communications
- BUS 3330 – Cross-Cultural Communications
- Teaching for Writing Transfer in Business Schools
- Storytelling in Business Communication
- Student Academic Role Commitment
- Empathy in Faculty Communication to Students
- Iluzada, C., Wakefield, R., and Alford A. (2021). “Personal technology in the classroom: Evaluating student learning, attention, & satisfaction.” Journal of Effective Teaching in Higher Education, 4.3: 111-131. https://jethe.org/index.php/jethe/article/view/229/66
- Iluzada, C. (2020). “How to respond to new atheists: Learning how to view the material world, knowledge, and mystery from seventeenth-century poet Lucy Hutchinson. Religion and Literature, 52.2: 115-137.
- Waller, R. and Iluzada C. (2020). “Blackfish and SeaWorld: A case study in the framing of a crisis.” International Journal of Business Communication, 57.2: 227-243.
- Iluzada, C. (2019). “Teaching love as the foundation of business communication.” Christian Business Academy Review. 14.1: 11-16.
- Bilbro, J., Iluzada, C., and Clark, D. “Responding effectively to composition students: Comparing student perceptions of written and audio feedback.” (2013). The Journal on Excellence in College Teaching 24.1: 47-83.