Kim White-Mills, PhD is in the Department of Communication Studies at Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis. Dr. White-Mills has a PhD in Organizational Communication from Ohio University. She is involved in the study of organizational communication, women and communication in various settings, and the concept of incivility.

Academic interests

organizational communication, group communication, research methodology, and communication styles and strategies of women


organizational communication, research methods, leadership and women, communication theory, public speaking, nonverbal communication, and group communication


Faculty Who Had a Significant Impact,Bryn Mawr Summer Institute Participant, The Outstanding Mentor/Motivator Award,Outstanding Woman Faculty Leader Nominee,Outstanding Faculty Advisor, National Collegiate Conference Association,Outstanding Female Faculty Leader, Institute for Emerging Women Leaders in Higher Education Grant recipient, SLA Reassignment for Research Grant recipient, Curriculum Enhancement Grant recipient,Travel Grant recipient Small Research Grant recipient, Service Learning Assistant Grant Recipient,Jumpstart Online Teaching Grant Recipient, Small Technology Grant Recipient, Grant Writing Fellowship Recipient, Kathy Warful Women in Leadership Fellowship Recipient, Summer Research Grant Recipient


*Communication Quarterly *The Multimedia Encyclopedia of Women in Today’s World. Thousand Oaks: Sage. *Women and Language *Journal of Communication Administrators *The Journal of Business Communication *College Student Journal *Management Communication Quarterly


Legislative Council, National Communication Association

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