Dr. Kelli Fellows, assistant professor of business communications/Charlotte campus, earned a bachelor's degree in public relations and master's degree in speech communication from the University of Southern Mississippi, and a doctorate in speech communication from the University of Georgia. Before pursuing graduate studies, Dr. Fellows gained corporate public relations experience and arrives at Pfeiffer after faculty experience at several universities, most recently UNC Wilmington.
Fellows, K. L. (Under Contract). Risk and Crisis Communication: Creating a Strong Foundation for Effective Action. Undergraduate Textbook, Denmark: Bookboon Ltd.
Fellows, K. L. (2013). Ethically constructing Common Grounds one cyber latte' at a time: A thought leadership examination of emergent ethical dilemmas in designing technologically based nontraditional graduate student social support. Journal of Scholastic Inquiry– Education, 1(2), 120-137.
Fellows, K. L., & Presher, L. (2012). Playing nice in the organizational sandbox: Exploring the role of social identity theory as an explanatory construct in understanding negative organizational behavior. Academy of Organizational Culture, Communication and Conflict Proceedings, 17(1), 11.
Cole, T. W., & Fellows, K. L. (2008). Risk communication failure: A case study of New Orleans and Hurricane Katrina. Southern Communication Journal, 73, 211-228. Rose B. Johnson Award Nominee.
Achievements and Honors
Phi Delta Sigma, Pfeiffer University, 2012
Discere Aude Award, University of North Carolina at Wilmington, 2009
Research Education Series, Research Education Series, Appalachian State University, 2006
Ray Camp Top Research Paper Panel, Carolinas Communication Association, 2006
University of Kentucky Health Health Conference Scholarship, 2005