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Jeremy Fyke

jeremy_fykeDr. Jeremy Fyke is an assistant professor in Communication Studies. He received his B.A. and M.A. in Communication Studies/Organizational Communication from Texas State University-San Marcos. His Ph.D. in Organizational Communication and Organizational Behavior and Human Resources is from Purdue University. Before coming to Belmont in 2016 he taught for five years at Marquette University in the Diederich College of Communication. At Belmont he teaches in the general education curriculum, as well as courses related to organizational communication, corporate social responsibility, training and development, and crisis communication.

Dr. Fyke’s research covers a variety of topics including organizational identity, corporate social responsibility, conscious capitalism, training and consulting, leadership development, and ethics. He believes strongly that no matter the research topic, communication research is only valuable if it impacts real people and helps people communicate better. In addition to presenting at regional and national conferences, his work has been published in such venues as International Journal of Strategic Communication, Place Branding and Public Diplomacy, Business and Society Review, Human Relations, The Review of Communication, The Journal for Nurse Practitioners, and Journal of Business Ethics among others. He is also lead editor of Cases in Organizational and Managerial Communication: Stretching Boundaries (Routledge, 2016). 

In addition to Dr. Fyke’s teaching and scholarship, he conducts training and continuing education programs for communication skills such as feedback, framing, interviewing, and listening.

In his free time he enjoys running, working out, playing golf, and most of all, spending time with his wife, Brooke, and daughter, Emma. He has been skydiving twice, and is an avid sports fan. His favorite teams are the San Antonio Spurs and Dallas Cowboys.