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Nathan Webb

Nathan Webb

Nathan G. Webb is an assistant professor of Communication Studies.  He received a B.S. from College of the Ozarks, an M.A. from Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, and a Ph.D. in Communication Studies from the University of Kansas. Dr. Webb primarily teaches courses related to corporate communications, interpersonal communication, and general education. He also teaches in Belmont’s study abroad program to Sweden.

Dr. Webb’s research predominantly focuses on teaching and learning. He combines his knowledge and interests in interpersonal and organizational communication to examine how instructor communication behaviors affect student learning. He has also researched service learning, social media, and small group communication. He has presented his research at regional, national, and international conferences, and he has been published in venues such as Teaching and Learning Inquiry and the Journal of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning.   He is an active member of the National Communication Association and the Central States Communication Association.

In addition to his higher education experience, Dr. Webb worked for five years in the non-profit sector. He also has three years of experience as a legal research analyst, in which he focused on for-profit higher education institutions.

In his free time, Dr. Webb spends a lot of time traveling. He has visited six of the seven continents, dozens of countries, and 49 out of 50 states. He is also a die-hard St. Louis Cardinals fan and enjoys spending time in the outdoors.