Heather M. Zoller

Professor

McMicken Hall

143

A&S Communication - 0184

Professional Summary

Dr. Heather M. Zoller is a Professor and Director of Graduate Studies in the  Department of Communication at the University of Cincinnati.

Her research in organizational and health communication investigates the politics of public health, with an emphasis on the intersections of community organizing, health activism, and corporate PR/issue management. She focuses on how the social construction of health influences our ability to address the political, economic and environmental roots of health disparities. Topics include corporate health & wellness promotion, occupational heath, environmental health  and sustainability, globalization, power and resistance, identity and gender, dialogue and participation.

Her work appears in Communication Monographs, Communication Theory, Journal of Applied Communication Research, and Communication Yearbook, among others. She is co-editor of the book "Emerging Issues and Perspectives in Health Communication: Meaning, Culture, and Power" with Mohan Dutta.

Dr. Zoller is an Associate Editor at Human Relations, and past Senior Editor at Health Communication. She also serves on the Editorial Board at Journal of Applied Communication Research, Mangement Communication Quarterly, Health Communication, and the Journal of International and Intercultural Communication.

Dr. Zoller teaches undergraduate and graduate courses such as Advanced Communication Theory; Communication and Health Politics; Organizational Identity, Image, and Issue Management; Organizational Communication: Power and Politics; and Dialogue and Communication.
 

Education

Ph.D., Purdue University 2000

M.A., Texas A&M University 1995

B.S., University of Texas at Austin 1993

Research Support

2005 University Research Council Faculty Research Support Grant $5,524

1998 -2000 David Ross Research Grant Purdue Research Foundation $11,000 per year, plus tuition remission and research expenses

Grant: #11-UOW-092 Investigators:Shiv Ganesh (PI), George Cheney, Heather Zoller 01-2011 -04-2011 Marsden Fund of the Royal Society of New Zealand Eco-localisation: Strategies for Resistance, Resilience and Renewal Role:Associate Investigator Denied Type:Grant Level:National

Investigators:Kaori Fujishiro 09-2012 -12-2015 NIOSH Promoting Participation in Workplace Wellness Initiatives Role:Collaborator $101,822 Pending Type:Contract Level:National

Investigators:Heather Zoller, Gail Fairhurst, John Lynch, Nancy Jennings William T. Grant Foundation Use of Research Evidence Grant Planned/In Preparation Type:Grant Level:National

Investigators:Heather Zoller Waterhouse Family Institute WFI Research Grants Role:PI Active Type:Grant

11-2014 A&S Faculty Development Funds Qualitative Research Software $500 Completed Type:Grant Level:College

Grant: #2015 WFI Grant Investigators:Zoller, Heather 09-01-2015 -09-30-2016 Waterhouse Family Institute / Villanova University Innovations in Worker Participation: Communicating for Healthy and Sustainable Food and Work Role:PI $7,431.00 Awarded Level:Institution of Higher Education

Abbreviated Publications

Book Chapter

Zoller, H.M. (2014). Power and Resistance. The Sage Handbook of Organizational Communication. D. Mumby & L. Putnam (Eds). Thousand Oaks, CA.: Sage.

Ganesh, S. & Zoller, H.M. (2014) Organising Transition: Principles and tensions in Eco-localism. In Martin Parker, George Cheney, Valerie Fournier & Chris Land (Eds). The Routledge Companion to Alternative Organisation. Oxford, UK: Routledge.

 Zoller, H. and Melancon, L. (2013). “The good neighbor campaign as a communication intervention to reduce health disparities.” G. Kreps and M. Dutta (Eds.) Communication and Health Disparities. Hampton Press.

Zoller, H. (2009). Narratives of Corporate Change: Environmental Health Activism, Stakeholder Dialogue, and Regulatory Action. In L.M. Harter, M.J. Dutta, and C. Cole (Eds.)Communicating for Social Impact Engaging Communication Theory, Research, and Pedagogy. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press. International Communication Association Theme Book Series.

Fairhurst, G. & Zoller, H.M. (2008). Resistance, Dissent, and Leadership in Practice. In S. Banks (Ed.) Dissent and the failure of leadership. Northhampton, MA: Edward Elgar.

Zoller, H.M. (2008). “Technologies of Neoliberal Governmentality: The Discursive Influence of Global Economic Policies on Public Health.” In H. Zoller and M. Dutta (Eds.) Emerging Perspectives in Health Communication: Meaning, Culture, and Power.  New York: Routledge.

Dutta, M. and Zoller, H.(2008).  "Theoretical Foundations: Interpretive, Critical, and Cultural." In Emerging Issues and Perspectives in Health Communication: Meaning, Culture, and Power. Eds. H. Zoller, H. and M. Dutta. New York: Routledge, 1-38.

Zoller, H.and Dutta, M. (2008).  "Emerging Agendas in Health Communicatio nand the Challenge of Multilple Perspectives." In Eds. H. Zoller and M. Dutta "Emerging Perspectives in Health Communication: Meaning, Culture, and Power"  449-463.

Sastry, S. & Zoller, H.M. (2016). Communicating the politics of healthcare systems. In J. Yamasaki, P. Geist-Martin & B. F. Sharf (Eds.), Storied health and illness: Communicating personal, cultural, and political complexities: Waveland Press.

Zoller, H. M., & Ban, Z. (2019). Power and resistance. In A. M. Nicotera (Ed.), Organizational Communication: A Comprehensive Introduction to the Field. New York: Routledge.

Peer Reviewed Publications

Zoller, H. & Fujishiro, K, Mobley, A. & Lehman, E. (2014) "Perspectives on Communication and Participation in Worker Notification Focus Groups." Health Communication (on-line first).

Ganesh, S. & Zoller, H. (2012). “Dialogue, Activism, and Democratic Social Change." Communication Theory, 22(1), 66-91.

Zoller, H. (2012). The Narrative Politics of Health, Risk, and Illness in Environmental Health Campaigns. Journal of Applied Communication Research (40)1, 20-43. 

Zoller, H.M. & Tener, M. (2010). Proactivity as a Discursive Fiction: Issue Management in Environmental Health Disputes. Management Communication Quarterly, 24(3), 391-418.

Zoller, Heather M (2009). The social construction of occupational health and safety: barriers to environmental-labor health coalitions. New solutions : a journal of environmental and occupational health policy : NS, 19(3), 289-314.

Zoller, H.M. and Kline, K. "Interpretive and Critical Contributions to Health Communication Theory." Communication Yearbook 32 (2008).

Zoller, H. and Fairhurst, G. "Dissent as Leadership: Discourse, Power, and Resistance." Human Relations 60 (2007): 1331-1360.

Zoller, Heather M, & Worrell, Tracy (2006). Television illness depictions, identity, and social experience: responses to multiple sclerosis on The West Wing among people with MS. Health communication, 20(1), 69-79.

Zoller, H.M. "Health Activism: Communication Theory and Action for Social Change." Communication Theory 15 (2005): 341-364.

Ganesh, S., Zoller, H.M., and Cheney, G. "Transforming Resistance, Broadening our Boundaries: Critical Organizational Communication Meets Globalization from Below." Communication Monographs 72 (2005): 169-191.

Zoller, H.M. "Caught in the Multicausal Web: A Gendered Analysis of Healthy People 2010." Communication Studies 56 (2005): 175-192.

Zoller, H.M. "Dialogue as Global Issue Management: Legitimizing Corporate Influence in the Transatlantic Business Dialogue." ManagementCommunication Quarterly 18 (2004): 204-240.

Zoller, H.M. "Manufacturing Health: Problematic Outcomes in Workplace Health Promotion Initiatives from Employee Perspectives." Western Journal of Communication 68 (2004): 278-301.

Zoller, H.M. "Health on the Line: Discipline and Consent in Employee Discourse about Occupational Health and Safety." Journal of Applied Communication Research 31 (2003): 118-139.

Zoller, H.M. "Working Out: Managerialism in Workplace Health Promotion." Managerial Communication Quarterly 17 (2003): 171-205.

Zoller, H.M. "A Place You Haven’t Visited Before:’” Creating the Conditions for Community Dialogue." The Southern Communication Journal (Special Issue on dialogue.) 65 (2000): 191-207.

Zoller, H.M. (2016). Health Activism Targeting Corporate Behavior: A Critical Health Communication Perspective, Health Communication (32)2, 1-11.

James, E. P., & Zoller, H. M. (2017). Resistance Training: (Re)shaping Extreme Forms of Workplace Health Promotion. Management Communication Quarterly, 32(1), 60-89.

Zoller, H.M. (2016). Women’s Health Activism Targeting Corporate Health Risks: Women’s Voices for the Earth. Women & Language (39)1, 97-119.

Sastry, S., Zoller, H. M., Walker, T., & Sunderland, S. (2017). From Patient Navigation to Cancer Justice: Toward a Culture-Centered, Community-Owned Intervention Addressing Disparities in Cancer Prevention. [Original Research]. Frontiers in Communication, 2(19).

Invited Publication

Zoller, H. (2010). “Women, Language, and Public Health: An Agenda for Theory and Practice.” Women and Language, 33(2), 73-78.

Zoller, H. (2010). What are health organizations? Public health and organizational communication. Management Communication Quarterly Forum, 24(3), 482-490.   

Harter, L.H. & Zoller, H. (Eds.) (2010). “Forum Introduction: Organizing Healing and Health Care Resources.” Management Communication Quarterly, 24(3), 446-448.

Zoller, H.M. (2003). “Health on the Line:  Discipline and Consent in Employee Discourse about Occupational Health and Safety.”  Journal of Applied Communication Research, 31 (2), 118-139.  Reprinted in “Organizational Discourse Studies” (2010) (Grant D., Hardy, C. & Putnam, L., Eds.) SAGE Publications.

Zoller, H.M. "Forum: “Suitcases and Swimsuits: On the Future of Organizational Communication." Management Communication Quarterly 19 (2006): 661-666.

Zoller, H.M. "Research Spotlight: Communication in Workplace Health Promotion." Organizational Communication in an Age of Globalization (2003).

Lynch, J., & Zoller, H. M. (2016). Recognizing differences and commonalities: The rhetoric of health and medicine and critical-interpretive health communication. Communication Quarterly, 63(5), 498-503.

Essays

Zoller, Heather (2011). Voices from the Field: Analysis of Conflicting Interests, Values, and goals in Corporate Health Promotion Campaigns." In G. Cheney, L. Christensen, T. Zorn & S. Ganesh (Eds), Organizational Communication in an Age of Globalization. Waveland Press.

Book

Zoller, H. and Dutta, M. (Eds.). Emerging Perspectives in Health Communication: Meaning, Culture, and Power. London: Routledge, 2008.

Review

Zoller, H.M. "Book Review: “Globalization and Organization: Understanding Mutual Influences." Organization 14 (2007): 729-735.

Zoller, H.M.Rev. of Globalization and organization: Understanding mutual influences Organization (14) 5. (2007): 729, 735.

Work in Progress

Ganesh, S. & Zoller, H. "Reconfiguring Resilience Studies for Organizational Communication: Ecolocalism and the Transition Movement." Target: Organization Studies.

Encyclopedia Article

Health Activism and Health Issues Publics in The Encyclopedia of Health Communication

Environmental Health. Encyclopedia of Health Communication.

Critical Approaches. Encylopedia of Health Communication.

Politics and Political Complexities of Health. Encyclopedia of Health Communication.

James, E. & Zoller, H.M. "Healthy Workplace" (In press). In the International Encyclopedia of Organizational Communication.

Presentations

Invited Presentations

Zoller, H. (01-2011. )Corporations and Health .Videotaped Interview, Communication Currents.

Zoller, Heather (11-2010. )Critical and Interpretive Methodologies .NCA Health Communication Preconference, San Francisco. Conference. .Level:National

Zoller, Heather (11-2010. )Community-Based Participatory Research .NCA Organizational Communication Division, San Francisco. Level:National

Zoller, Heather (11-2010. )Compass of Friendship: Dialogue, Narrative and Social Change .NCA Interpersonal Communication Division, San Francisco. Level:National

Zoller, Heather (05-2009. )Narratives of Corporate Change: Comparisons of Environmental Health Activism, Stakeholder Dialogues, and Regulatory Action .ICA Organizational Communication Division, Montreal, Canada. Level:International

(04-2007. )Stirring it Up: Making Room for Activism in Organizational and Health Communication .Department of Communication Colloquium, Purdue University.

(2006. )Medicine Meets Business: Its Impact on Communication Practices .Health Communication Division, National Communication Association Convention, San Antonio, TX.

(2005. )Alternative Sites of Organizing .National Communication Association Convention, Organizational Communication Division, Boston, MA.

(2004. )Looking Back at Turning Points to Move Forward with Stakeholder Identity Research .National Communication Association Convention, Organizational Communication Division, Chicago, IL.

Zoller, H. (11-2011. )Respondent: Communication in Organized Healthcare Settings .National Communication Association Convention, New Orleans. Level:National

Zoller, H. (11-2013. )Civility, Dialogue and Deliberation .Beyond Civility Communication Training for Cincinnati Leaders, Workshop. .Level:Local

Colloquium

Zoller, H.(04-2011).Environmental Health Activism: Political Narratives in a Good Neighbor Campaign .Department of Communication, University of Utah. Other Institution.

Zoller, H.(04-2011).Environmental Health Activism: Political Narratives in a Good Neighbor Campaign .Department of Communication, University of Cincinnati. UC.

Zoller, H.(04-2007).Stirring it Up: Making Room for Activism in Organizational and Health Communication .Department of Communication, Purdue University. Other Institution.

(2002).Managerialism in Workplace Health Promotion . Department of Communication Colloquium , University of Cincinnati.

Zoller, Heather(04-2016).Health Activists Targeting Corporate Health Risks .Texas A&M, Department of Communication. Other Institution.

Lecture

Zoller, H. (04-2011. )Communication and Health Care Reform .University of Utah. Other Institution.

Zoller, H. (04-2007. )Critical Perspectives in Health and Organizational Communication .Department of Communication, Purdue University. Other Institution.

Zoller, Heather (04-2016. )Collaborative Decision-Making .Texas A&M. Other Institution. Level:College

Paper Presentations

Zoller, H.M. & Gaug, Kayla (05-2012. )“Occupy Public Health: A Defining Moment for Health Communication? .Phoenix. Conference. Level:International

Zoller, H. (05-2012. )Meanings of Health .Phoenix. Conference. Level:International

Zoller, H. (11-25-2009. )Proactivity as a Discursive Fiction: Issue Management in Environmental Health Disputes .Chicago. Conference. Level:National

Zoller, Heather (05-2008. )Narratives of Corporate Change: Comparisons of Environmental Health Activism, Stakeholder Dialogues, and Regulatory Action .Montreal, Canada. Conference. Level:International

Zoller, Heather (05-2008. )The Social Construction of Occupational Health and Safety:Barriers to Environmental-Labor Health Coalitions .Montreal, Canada. Conference. Level:International

(2006. )Globalization, Democracy, and Diversity: Linking Organizational Communication to Contemporary Social Movements .San Antonio, TX.

(2006. )Resistance as Leadership: A Critical, Discursive Perspective .San Antonio, TX.

(2006. )Expanding Occupational Health ‘Outside” the Workplace: Worker-Community Coalitions for Healthy Environments .San Antonio, LA.

(2005. )Taking our Pulse: Theoretical and Applied Contributions of Critical and Interpretive Approaches to the Health Communication Discipline .Boston, MA.

(2005. )Technologies of Neoliberal Governmentality: The Discursive Influence of Global Economic Policies on Health Promotion .Boston, MA.

(2005. )The Challenges of Managing Local-Global Linkages in ‘Multi-Issue Organizing’ among Grassroots Global Justice Activists .Boston, MA.

(2005. )Health Activism: Communication Theory and Action for Social Change .Boston, MA.

Co-Authors: Shiv Ganesh and George Cheney (2004. )Transforming Resistance: Critical Organizational Communication Meets Globalization from Below .Chicago, IL.

Co-authoring with Tracy Worrell (2004. )Audience Reception Studies and Media Depictions of Illness: Multiple Sclerosis on The West Wing .Chicago, IL.

(2003. )Caught in the Multicausal Web: A Gendered Analysis of Healthy People 2010 .Cincinnati, Ohio.

(2002. )Multiple Discursive Approaches to Organizational Communication: (Or) What Does it Mean to Study “Discourse(s)” in Organizations? .New Orleans, LA.

(2002. )Working Out: A Case Study in the Ideology of Workplace Health Promotion .New Orleans, LA.

(06-2001. )Multi-Issue Organizing: A Case Study in Globalization Protest .Cincinnati, OH.

(2001. )Resources for Resistance: CHE’s Grassroots Organizing against Global Capitalism .Atlanta, GA.

(2001. )Health on the Line: A Critical-Interpretive Analysis of Employee Narratives about Occupational Health and Safety .Atlanta, GA.

(2000. )Globalization’ and Global Health: An Organizational Communication Perspective .Seattle, WA.

(1999. )The Stories we Tell: Reflexivity and Identity in Sponsored, Critical-Interpretive Research .New York, NY.

(1998. )The Corporate Colonization of the Body: Communication, Ideology and Company Health Promotion .New York, NY.

(1997. )Sellabrating Women: Class and Commodification in Women’s Health Promotion .Chicago, IL.

(1997. )The Corporate Construction of ‘Celebration:’ Medical Discourse and Community Participation .Chicago, IL.

(1997. )Communication, Discipline and the Corporate Body: A Critical-Interpretive Analysis of Worksite Health Promotion .Purdue University.

(1996. )Dialogue and Narrative: Emerging Approaches to Community Health .St. Louis, MO.

(1996. )A Place You Haven’t Visited Before:’” Creating the Conditions for Community Dialogue .St. Louis, MO.

(1996. )Caught in the Multi-Causal Web: Women and the Rhetoric of Health Promotion .St. Louis, MO.

(1995. )The Discourse of Reform in NBC’s ‘To Your Health .San Antonio, TX.

(1994. )Makin’ it Through the Day: The Emotional Discourse of Medical Staff .New Orleans, LA.

(1994. )Uncontested Terms and the Reproduction of Medical Industry Power Relations .New Orleans, LA.

Zoller, Heather Analysis of Flight Attendant Notification Feedback Data .NIOSH. Other Institution. Level:National

Zoller, Heather (2015. )Health Disparities and Movements for a New Economy .Las Vegas. Conference. Level:National

Event Organized

NCA Preconference: Hearing Marginalized and Mainstream Voices in Health Communication: Contributions of Interpretive/Critical Approaches

NCA Preconference: Hearing Marginalized and Mainstream Voices in Health Communication: Contributions of Interpretive/Critical Approaches Prof. Meeting 11-2011 11-2011 New Orleans Level:National

Public Health Challenges: Organizational Issue Management and Civic Engagement

Public Health Challenges: Organizational Issue Management and Civic Engagement Other 04-2010 04-2010 CSCA Cincinnati, Organizational Communication Division Level:Regional

Extended Panel: Organizational Communication Research Escalator

Extended Panel: Organizational Communication Research Escalator Workshop 05-2012 05-2012 Level:International

Occupy ICA

Occupy ICA Conference 05-2012 International Communication Association Convention Phoenix Level:International

Department of Communication Graduate Roundtable Presentations

Department of Communication Graduate Roundtable Presentations Symposium 01-2015 01-2015 Southgate, KY Level:Department

Dept. of Communication 50th Anniversary Alumni Happy Hour

Dept. of Communication 50th Anniversary Alumni Happy Hour 11-2014 Chicago

Work and Well-Being Collaboration

Work and Well-Being Collaboration Prof. Meeting 02-2016 University of Cincinnati Level:Regional

Honors and Awards

11-2012 Pride - Best Article of the Year Award Awarded by the National Communication Association Public Relations Division for Ganesh, S., & Zoller, H. M. (2012). Dialogue, activism, and democratic social change. Communication Theory, 22(1), 66-91. Status:Recipient Level:National

2006 Top 3 Paper, Organizational Communication Unit, NCA Convention “Dissent as Leadership: Discourse, Power, and Resistance” with co-author Gail Fairhurst.

1999 Alan H. Monroe Graduate Scholar Award The award recognizes outstanding scholarly achievement in the area of research by graduate students in the Department of Communication at Purdue University.

1996 Top Paper, Organizational Communication Division, CSCA Convention “‘A Place You Haven’t Visited Before:’ Creating the Conditions for Community Dialogue.”

1994 Top Paper, Language and Social Interaction Division, SSCA “‘Makin’ it Through the Day’: The Emotional Discourse of Medical Staff.”

1993 College of Communication Senior Fellow and High Honors Awarded from the University of Texas at Austin

Service

(Graduate Student Grievance Review Committee )Committee Chair Type:University/College Service Level:College 06-2012

University of South Florida (Tenure reviewer )Reviewer Type:Other Level:University 05-2012 -07-2012

University of North Carolina Greensboro (Tenure Reviewer )Type:Other Level:University 05-2012 -07-2012

A&S Faculty Senate President Type:University/College Service 05-2012 -05-2014

Hoopdance Cats (Faculty Advisor )Type:Service to Student Groups Level:University 01-2012

Communication Monographs Peer Review/Referee Type:Editorial Service Level:International 2012

Journal of Applied Communication Research Peer Review/Referee Type:Editorial Service Level:International 2012

(Research Committee )Committee Member Type:Departmental Service 09-2011

(A&S Graduate Council )Member Type:University/College Service Level:College 09-2011

(Search Committee: Health Communication )Committee Member Type:Departmental Service 08-2011 -03-2012

(Search Committee: Public Relations Position )Committee Member Type:Departmental Service 08-2011 -01-2012

(Director of Graduate Studies )Type:Departmental Service 07-2011

Journal of Applied Communication Research Reviewer Type:Editorial Service Level:National 2011

Journal of International and Intercultural Communication Editorial Board Member Type:Editorial Service Level:International 09-2010 -09-2013

(Faculty Mentor )Type:Departmental Service 09-2010 -06-2012

Management Communication Quarterly Guest Co-Editor Type:Editorial Service Level:International 08-2010 -12-2010

National Communication Association (Organizational Communication Article & Book Award Committee )Committee Member Type:Service to Professional Associations Level:National 2010 -2010

University of Arkansas (Tenure Reviewer )Reviewer Type:Other Educational Service 2010

University of North Carolina Charlotte (Tenure Reviewer )Type:Other Educational Service 2010 -2010

Danish Council for Independent Research Reviewer Type:Grant Panel Level:International 2010 -2010

Management Communication Quarterly Associate Editor Type:Editorial Service Level:International 09-2009 -09-2012

(A&S RPT Committee )Elected Member Type:University/College Service Level:College 2009 -2011

International Communication Association (Organizational Communication )Reviewer Type:Service to Professional Associations Level:International 2009 -2009

International Communication Association (Theme Panel )Reviewer Type:Service to Professional Associations Level:International 2009 -2009

UC Service Learning Advisory Board Member Type:University/College Service 01-2008

Administrative Sciences Quarterly Reviewer Type:Editorial Service Level:International 2007 -2011

Health Communication Editorial Board Member Type:Editorial Service Level:International 2007

Environmental Communication: A Journal of Nature and Culture Editorial Board Member Type:Editorial Service Level:International 2007 -2011

Peer Review/Referee Type:Grant Panel Level:National 2007 -2008

Communication Theory Editorial Board Member Type:Editorial Service Level:International 2006 -2008

Women's Studies in Communication Editorial Board Member Type:Editorial Service Level:National 2003 -2006

Office of Public Health Research, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Review Board/Panel Type:Public

Human Relations Reviewer Type:Editorial Service Level:International -09-2012

Journal of Applied Communication Research Editorial Board Member Type:Editorial Service 01-2013

(Grievance Review Committee )Committee Chair Type:University/College Service Level:College 01-2013 -02-2013

CETL Faculty Mentor for Zhuo Ban Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-2012

CETL Faculty Mentor for Holly McGee Type:University/College Service Level:University 09-2012

Management Communication Quarterly Editorial Board Member Type:Editorial Service Level:International 09-2012

(Head's Advisory Group )Member Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 09-2011

National Communication Association (Health Communication Division )Paper Reader Type:Service to Professional Associations Level:National 04-2013

National Communication Association (Organizational Communication )Paper Reader Type:Service to Professional Associations Level:National 04-2013

(Admissions Committee )Committee Chair Type:Departmental Service

Communication Monographs Reviewer Type:Editorial Service Level:International 11-2012 -04-2013

Conference on Communication and Environment Reviewer Type:Service to Professional Associations Level:International 10-2012 -11-2012

Health Communication (Senior Editor )Type:Editorial Service Level:International 09-2013

Human Relations Peer Review/Referee Type:Editorial Service Level:International 02-2013 -05-2013

(Dean's Advisory Committee )Member Type:University/College Service 08-2013 -02-2014

Critical Public Health Reviewer Type:Editorial Service Level:International 09-2013 -09-2013

Human Relations Reviewer Type:Editorial Service Level:International 09-2013 -09-2013

A&S Faculty Senate President Type:University/College Service Level:College

New Solutions: A Journal of Environmental and Occupational Health Reviewer Type:Editorial Service Level:International 04-2014 -04-2014

Communication Theory Reviewer Type:Editorial Service 02-2014 -02-2014

Director of Graduate Studies Type:Departmental Service

Beyond Civility Consultant Type:Community Service 06-2013 -02-2014

(Steering Committee School of Communication )Type:Departmental Service 04-2014

Health Communication Associate Editor Type:Editorial Service Level:International

Human Relations Reviewer Type:Editorial Service Level:International 09-2014 -02-2015

Journal of Applied Communication Research Editorial Board Member Type:Editorial Service Level:International 09-2014

Communication Theory Reviewer Type:Editorial Service Level:International 03-2015

MIT Press Reviewer Type:Editorial Service 09-2014

Ohio Citizen Action Board Member Type:Community Service 04-2015

(Department Head Review Committee )Type:Departmental Service 04-2015 -04-2015

(RPT Committee )Committee Chair Type:Departmental Service 09-2014 -04-2015

Rutgers (Tenure Reviewer )Type:Service to Professional Associations 09-2014 -10-2014

University of Oklahoma (Mid-Tenure Review )Type:Service to Professional Associations 03-2015 -04-2015

Director of Graduate Studies Type:Departmental Service 2012

Health Communication Associate Editor Type:Editorial Service Level:International 2013 -2016

Human Relations Associate Editor Type:Editorial Service Level:International 2016

Public Relations Inquiry Reviewer Type:Editorial Service Level:International 04-2016

Democratization Peer Review/Referee Type:Editorial Service Level:International 10-2015

Communication Quarterly Peer Review/Referee Type:Editorial Service Level:Regional 10-2015

University of South Florida (Tenure Review )Type:Other Educational Service 2015

NCA, Critical Cultural Studies Division Paper Reader Type:Service to Professional Associations Level:National 04-2015

NCA Organizational Communication Unit (Respondent, Communicating Health in the Workplace )Type:Service to Professional Associations Level:National 11-2015

(Executive Committee )Committee Member Type:Departmental Service Level:Department 2012

(A&S Graduate Council )Member Type:University/College Service Level:College 2012

NIOSH (Research Advisor: Flight Attendent Self-Reported Health Concerns )Consultant Type:Other Educational Service Level:National 2014 -2015

Keywords

Health Communication, Organizational Communication, Critical Research, Public Health Politics, Health Activism, Ethnography, Issue Management and Public Relations, Organizational Studies, Power and Resistance, Identity, Gender, Environmental health, Occupational health, globalization

Courses Taught

15-COMM-405 COM&HEALTH POLITICS Level:Undergraduate

15-COMM-403 GENDER COMM Level:Undergraduate

15-COMM-409 ORG IDENTITY&IMAGE Level:Undergraduate

15-COMM-405 COM&HEALTH POLITICS Level:Undergraduate

15-COMM-409 ORG IDENTITY&IMAGE Level:Undergraduate

Advanced Communication Theory Level:Graduate

15-COMM-405 COM&HEALTH POLITICS Level:Undergraduate

15-COMM-893 TEACHING COMMUNICATI Introduction to Graduate Studies Level:Graduate

15-COMM-409 ORG IDENTITY&IMAGE Level:Undergraduate

15-COMM-409 ORG IDENTITY&IMAGE Level:Undergraduate

15-COMM-405 COM&HEALTH POLITICS Level:Undergraduate

15-COMM-857 TOPICS IN COMMUNIC Communication and Dialogue Level:Graduate

15-COMM-861 DIR PROBLEMS COMM Dialogue and New Media: Wilson Level:Graduate

15-COMM-861 DIR PROBLEMS COMM Dunkle: Professional Writing Level:Graduate

Organizational Communication: Power and Politics Level:Graduate

Introduction to Graduate Studies Level:Graduate

Academic and Professional Preparation Level:Graduate

Organizational Identity, Image and Issue Management Level:Undergraduate

Introduction to Graduate Studies Level:Graduate

Advanced Academic and Professional Preparation Level:Graduate

Advanced Academic and Professional Preparation Level:Graduate

Communication and Dialogue Level:Graduate

Independent Study: Communication and Critical/Cultural Studies Level:Graduate

Communication and Health Politics Level:Undergraduate

Introduction to Graduate Studies Level:Graduate

Advanced Professional and Academic Prep Level:Graduate

Communication and Dialogue Level:Graduate

Communication and Health Politics Level:Undergraduate

Introduction to Graduate Studies Level:Graduate

Introduction to Graduate Studies Level:Graduate

Advanced Professional and Academic Prep Level:Graduate

Advanced Professional and Academic Prep Level:Graduate

Directed Problems in Communication Level:Graduate

-AF-3002 AF 3002 Introduction to Graduate Studies Level:Graduate

Introduction to Graduate Studies Level:Graduate

Advanced Professional and Academic Prep Level:Graduate

Rhetorical and Qualitative Methods Level:Graduate

Communication and Health Politics Level:Undergraduate

Project in Communication Level:Both

Qualitative and Rhetorical Communication Research Methods Level:Graduate

Faculty Development Activities

03-2011 -2013 Bridging the Health Gap: Interdisciplinary Conversations on Study, Teaching, and Practice $7300 grant to support plans for an interdisciplinary program in health and environmental communication with Mary Beth Debs and Lisa Meloncon, Faculty Development Council Departmental and Interdisciplinary Proposals University of Cincinnati

02-2011 Urban Health Research Group A&S Type:Other

Other Information

Dr. Heather M. Zoller is a Professor of Communication at the University of Cincinnati Department of Communication and the Director of Graduate Studies. Her research and teaching focuses on organizational and health communication, with an emphasis on politics and social justice.

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