PDF: Amy Jung CV
Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ March 2016
PhD – Communication Studies
“Communicative strategies contributing to the positive identities of Third Culture Kids: An intercultural communication perspective on identity.”
Committee Chair: Benjamin Broome
Committee: Drs. Judith Martin, Sarah Tracy, and Ann Cottrell
California State University, Los Angeles, CA 2003
MA – Communication Studies – Rhetoric
Magna Cum Laude; Special Recognition for Research
Taylor University, Fort Wayne, IN 2002
BA – Public Relations
UNIVERSITY EMPLOYMENT EXPERIENCE
Azusa Pacific University, Azusa, CA 2006 – 2016
Department of Communication Studies
Assistant Professor August 2007 to May 2016
Director of Forensics August 2006 to December 2015
Biola University, La Mirada, CA 2003 – 2006
Department of Communication Studies
Director of Speech, Forensics Program
Mt. San Antonio College, Walnut, CA 2004 – 2006
Department of Communication
California State University, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 2002 – 2003
Department of Communication Studies
Graduate Teaching Associate
Assistant Director, Forensics Program
Doctoral Teaching Experience
COMM 691 Survey of Intercultural Communication Fall 2013
Hugh Downs School of Human Communication, Arizona State
As Seminar Assistant with Dr. Benjamin Broome
Undergraduate Teaching Experience
COMM 496 Ethics in Communication – Senior Seminar
COMM 495 Rhetorical Criticism
COMM 360 Advanced Forensics
COMM 340 Advanced Argumentation
COMM 325 Gender Communication
COMM 310 Intercultural Communication
COMM 300 Research Methods
COMM 201 Communication Theory
COMM 116 Introductory Forensics
COMM 115 Essentials of Argumentation & Debate
COMM 111 Public Speaking / Speech Communication
International / Diversity Teaching and Experience
Training of university faculty on incorporating diversity issues into non-diversity course discussions – 2015
Training students in Shanghai, Xi’an and Beijing, China – 2007, 2010, 2013
Advising and executing special events to enrich the intercultural, multilingual, and embodied experience of 200th anniversary of the King James Bible – 2012
Training of students during International Student Orientation – 2010, 2011
Founder and Director of the China International Collegiate Speech Tournament in Beijing, China – 2010
Training and Coaching of Debate students in London, England – 2009
Various health, educational & economic workshop seminars. Presented at the Youth Advancement Rally in Buduburam Liberian Refugee Camp in Ghana – 2004
Life experience in West Africa, predominantly in an isolated jungle village in Ghana – 1981-1991
Faculty Development – Azusa Pacific University 2015
Student Grievance Committee – Azusa Pacific University 2013
Internationalization Taskforce – Azusa Pacific University 2012-2013
Diversity Taskforce – Azusa Pacific University 2012-2013
Minority student gatherings and retreats, Guest Speaker and mentor 2008-current
Curriculum Mapping Committee 2012-2015
On-line Coordination of Advising Appointments 2013-2015
Scholarly Requirements for Promotion and Advancement Committee 2012-2014
New Faculty Mentor 2011-2012, 2013-2014
Communication Ethics Conference Committee 2011-2012, 2013-2014
New Student Orientation Information Sessions 2011, 2012, 2013
Content Consultant – Intercultural Communication textbook with Pearson 2015
Session Moderator – Christians on Diversity in the Academy Conference 2014, 2015
Tournament Administration, Individual Events Tabulation First Chair, multiple tournaments 2008-2015
District Representative for NCCFI National Forensics Association 2011, 2012, 2013
National Communication Association (NCA) Reviewer
International and Intercultural Communication Division
Rhetorical and Communication Theory Division
Spiritual Communication Division
Host and/or Director of regional forensics tournaments 2006-2012
Director and Host of So-Cal Debate Co-operative 2009, 2010, 2012
Host of the National Christian College Forensics Association tournament 2011
Host of National Parliamentary Tournament of Excellence 2010
Professional Memberships and Certifications
Families in Global Transition
International Communication Association
National Communication Association
IRB NIH Certification “Protecting Human Research Participants”
IRB CITI Certification “Social and Behavioral Responsible Conduct of Research”
“Social and Behavioral Research (Group 2)”
PUBLICATIONS and PRESENTATIONS
Jung, A. (2015). “Not of this world.” APU LIFE, 28(2).
Jung, A. (2003). “Temporal references in presidential war rhetoric.” Communication Colloquy, 5(1).
Jung, A. (2001). “A Stellar Array: An Interview with Dr. David Rogstad.” Facts for Faith, 7(3).
Accepted Publications Proposal
Jung, A. & Hartwig, R. “Disciplining the Church: Abusive Discourses of Spiritual Authority, Unity, and Allegiance.” Book Chapter proposal accepted.
Competitively Selected Workshops
Jung, A., and Beard, E. (2016). “Memorable messages with lasting impacts: Laying early foundations for Long-term Positive Identity.” Presentatrd at Families in Global Transition interdisciplinary conference, Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Ecklund, K., and Jung, A. (2015). “Effective engagement in developmentally informed diversity discourse in the classroom.” Presented at the Faculty Development Day at Azusa Pacific University.
Jung, A. (2014a). “Cutting edge research related to TCK’s.” Facilitated session at Families in Global Transition Annual Conference, Washington, D.C.
Jung, A. (2014b). “With eyes to see the moonwalking bear: Cultivating student awareness of seen, hidden, and misidentified diversity.” Presented at the Christians on Diversity in the Academy Annual Conference.
Competitively Selected Paper and Panel Presentations
Ecklund, K., Kang, P., Vissar, S., Jung, A. (2015). “The only way out is through: Preparing faculty for managing classroom diversity dynamics.” Presented at the Christians on Diversity in the Academy Annual Conference.
Jung, A. (2014). “’Wher’s Waldo?’: Facilitating dialogue about education adaptation for hidden diversity students.” Presented at the Christians on Diversity in the Academy Annual Conference.
Jung, A. (2011e). ‘’In memoriam:’ Comic strip framing of a new Vietnam.” Paper presented at the National Communication Association Conference, New Orleans, LA.
Jung, A. (2011d). “An ethnoarcheological exploration of identity performances by Third Culture Kids.” Paper presented at the National Communication Association Conference, New Orleans, LA.
Jung, A. (2011c). “Connecting communities through structured storytelling: facilitating dialogue about education adaptation with Adult Third Culture Kids.” Paper presented at the Western States Communication Association Conference, Monterey, CA.
Jung, A. (2011b). “Today’s voice for TCKs’: Benevolent (mis)representation of Third Culture Kids by online outsider websites.” Paper presented at the David C. Bicker Communication Ethics Conference, Azusa, CA.
Jung, A. (2011a). “Helping students find their voice in public speaking.” Panel presentation at the National Communication Association Conference, New Orleans, LA.
Jung, A. (2010). “Clinging to what is good in website representations.” Paper presented at the Common Day of Learning, Azusa, CA.
Jung, A. (2004). “Unconditional surrender: Leave in 48 hours.” Paper presented at the Western States Communication Association Conference, Albuquerque, NM.
Jung, A. (2003). “Temporal references in presidential war rhetoric” Paper presented at the Western States Communication Association Conference, Salt Lake City, Utah.
Jung, A. (2015). “Christian identity and questions of race: A communication studies response.” Presented at the Coram Deo Colloquium, Azusa Pacific University, Azusa, CA.
Jung, A. (2012). “Presentational adaptation to a non-debate critic.” One-hour lecture presented at the Southern California Debate Co-operative, Azusa, CA.
Jung, A. (2011). “Third Culture Kid research in communication on home, internet presence, repatriation for education, and expression of identity.” Two-hour presentation at the Missionary Kid Caregiver Conference, Kansas City, KS.
Jung, A. (2010). “Exploring the world of Third Culture Kids.” Presented at the Imago Dei Diversity Conference, Azusa Pacific University, Azusa, CA.
Jung, A. (2009b). “Presentational adaptation to a non-debate critic.” One-hour lecture presented at the Southern California Debate Co-operative, Azusa, CA.
Jung, A. (2009a). “Redemption in music and communication.” Pre-performance lecture for the Azusa Pacific University School of Music opera program, Azusa, CA.
Jung, A. (2007). “Advanced persuasion: adaptation and winning the critic’s heart and soul.” Presented at the Wyoming Debate Cooperative, Laramie, WY.
Select Works In Process
Jung, A. “Home saccharine home: An artificial sweetness for the geographically flexible.” Manuscript in final revisions.
Jung, A. “With eyes to see the moonwalking bear: Cultivating student awareness of visible, hidden, and misidentified diversity.” Presentation in process of adaptation into manuscript.
Jung, A. “An ethnoarchaeological exploration of identity performances by Third Culture Kids.” Manuscript in final revisions
Jung, A. ““Today’s Voice for TCKs” – Benevolent (Mis)Representation by Online Outsiders.” Manuscript in final revisions.
Jung, A. “Space and place in Memory Studies.” Manuscript in conceptual form.
Jung, A. “Metaphors of Life Stories by Third Culture Kids.” Manuscript in conceptual form.
Jung, A. “Connecting Communities Through Structured Storytelling: Facilitating Dialogue About Education Adaptation with Adult Third Culture Kids” Manuscript in final revisions.
Jung, A. “Perceptions of the body by Western missionaries: A case study of Andy Ring in Ghana, 1975-2000.” Manuscript in final revisions.
Awards and Funding
Writing Support Week – Arizona State University 2015
Faculty Travel funding – Azusa Pacific University yearly 2009 – 2015
Faculty Writer’s Retreat in Malibu, CA 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015
Summer Research Grant, Hugh Downs School of Human Communication 2012
Travel funding – Arizona State University 2011-2012, 2016
Special Recognition “Inclusive Excellence Through Diversity” Faculty Diversity Banquet 2015
Award of Coaching Excellence by the NCCFA national forensics association 2011
Special Recognition in Graduate Studies – California State University, Los Angeles 2001
Outstanding Graduate Student Research – California State University, Los Angeles 2001