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Igor E. Klyukanov

Communications Building 108,
EWU, Cheney, WA 99004-2431
Tel: (509)359-2863
e-mail: iklyukanov@mail.ewu.edu

Education

Doctor of Science, General Language Study 1999
Saratov State University, Russia.
Dissertation: Dynamics of Intercultural Communication:
Towards a New Conceptual Framework

Candidate of Science, General Language Study 1983
Saratov State University, Russia.
Dissertation: Structure and Functions of the
Paragraphemic Elements of Text.

Honors Diploma, Romance-Germanic Philology 1980
Tver State University, Russia.
Areas of specialization: language and culture, linguistics.

Work Experience

Associate Professor of Communication Studies 2003-present
Eastern Washington University, Cheney, WA

Assistant Professor of Communication Studies 1999-2003
Eastern Washington University, Cheney, WA

Assistant Professor of Speech Communication
Berks-Lehigh Valley College, Reading, PA 1998-1999

Associate in Communication Studies, 1993-1998
Eastern Washington University, Cheney, WA.

Visiting Professor of Russian,
Eastern Washington University, Cheney, WA. 1990-1993

Assistant Professor of Language Studies 1985-1990
Tver State University, Russia.

Courses taught

  • Effective Speech
  • Effective Speech (Honors)
  • Exploring Cultural Diversity: Focus on Communication
  • Leadership in the 21 Century: Communicating for Success
  • Introduction to General Language Study
  • Translation Theory and Practice
  • Introduction to Speech Communication
  • Public Speaking
  • Interpersonal Communication
  • Human Information processing
  • Communication and Information
  • Interviewing
  • Intercultural Communication
  • Small Group Communication
  • Communication in Organizations
  • Cross-Cultural Business Negotiations
  • Language and Social Interaction
  • International Communication
  • Fundamentals of Negotiation
  • Applied Communication Theory
  • Advanced Communication Theory
  • Cultural Studies
  • Contemporary Trends in Communication Studies

Fellowships

Sasakawa Fellowship. National Faculty Development Institute on "Incorporating Japanese Studies into the Undergraduate Curriculum," San Diego State University, June 1-24, 2005. Dollar amount: $5,500.

Grants

Klyukanov, I. (2005).
EWU Research Grant. Communication as a Dialogue: G. H. Mead and M. Bakhtin. Dollar amount: $10,000.

Klyukanov, I. (2004).
EWU Foundation Grant. Launching a New Academic Journal ("Issues of Psycholinguistics"): A Joint Academic Venture. Dollar amount: $1,500

Klyukanov, I. (2003).
EWU Research Grant. Representing Semiotic Freedom. Dollar amount: $7,500.

Klyukanov, I. (2002).
EWU Research Grant. Measuring Semiotic Freedom. Dollar amount: $5,000.

Klyukanov, I. (2001).
EWU Mini-Grant. Russian Software Upgrade. Dollar amount: $472,50.

Klyukanov, I. (1999).
EWU Research Grant. Communicating Freedom: Russian-U.S. interactions at the Turn of the Millennium. Dollar amount: $3,750.

Klyukanov, I. (1996).
IREX Grant, $3,000, American Cross-Cultural Profile: An Empirical Study. Dollar amount: $3,000.

Klyukanov, I. (1995).
Title III Curriculum Development Grant. Eastern Washington University, Experiential Component in Teaching Intercultural Communication: Beyond the Classroom. Dollar amount: $5,000.

Honors and Awards

2006 Noted Scholars Research Profile in Ruben, B. & L Stewart.
Communication and Human Behavior. Boston: Pearson Education, Inc. (p. 85)

2005 Dean's Honor Faculty

2002 Dean's Honor Faculty

1996 Selected for inclusion in 4th edition of Who's Who Among America's Teachers

1996 Dean's Honor Faculty

1995 Selected for inclusion in 3rd edition of Who's Who Among America's Teachers.

Service Contributions


Service to College and University

2006 Chair, College Personnel Committee

2004-2005 Member, College Personnel Committee

2002-present Member, Honors Advisory Board

2002-present Member, Exchange Program Advisory Committee

2000-present Member, Conflict Management Certificate Program Committee

2000 Member, International Studies Subcommittee

1999-2001 Member, Graduate Affairs Council

2000-2002 Member, Committee on the History and Philosophy
of the Social and Behavioral Sciences.

Service to Department

2002-present Vice Chair, Department of Communication Studies

2000-present Director, Master of Science in Communications Program

2000-2001 Chair, Thomas Puckett Scholarship

2000-2001 Faculty Advisor, Lambda Pi Eta
(Communication Studies Students Honor Society)

2001-present Alternate, Faculty Senate

1999-2001 Library Liaison.

Service to Community

1993-2003 Consultant/Liaison, Russian Club, West Valley High School

2002 Consultant/Presenter, Russian Zephyr concert

Service to the Discipline

1999-present Associate Editor, The American Journal of Semiotics

1999, 2001 Guest editor, International Journal of Communication,

2003, 2005 U.S. Bahri Publications, New Delhi.

Professional membership

2002- present Semiotic Society of America,

2004-present International Communicology Institute

2002-present International Academy for Intercultural Research

1999-present National Communication Association,

References

Richard L. Lanigan, Ph. D.
Editor, The American Journal of Semiotics
Speech Communication Department
Mail Code 6 6 0 5, Southern Illinois University
Carbondale, IL 62901-6605
Tel.: (618) 453-1894
E-mail: rlanigan@siu.edu

Pedro J. Chamizo DomInguez
Universidad de Malaga
Departamento de FilosofIa
Campus de Teatinos
E-29071-Malaga, Spain
Tel.: (95)213-1819
E-mail: pjchd@uma.es

David Demers, Ph.D.
Associate Professor of Communications
Washington State University
Edward R. Murrow School of Communication,
226 Murrow Hall, PO Box 642520,
Pullman, WA 99164-0000 USA
Tel: (509)335-1556
E-mail: demersdavid@qwest.net

Publications

 
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