Nancy A. Burrell
Director, Campus Mediation Center
Ph.D., Interpersonal Communication, Michigan State University
M.A., Communication, Western Michigan University
B.A., English Language & Literature, Western Michigan University
Interpersonal Conflict Management
Mediation and Negotiation
Commun 363: Communication and Human Conflict
Commun 401: Marital and Family Communication
Commun 665: Introduction to Mediation
Commun 865: Theories and Practice of Mediation
Commun 965: Discourse of Conflict
Other Relevant Professional Activities:
Program Director for the Campus Mediation Center since 1995
ACR Task Force Member on Standards/Policies for Conflict Programs in Higher Education
Burrell, N. A., Mabry, E.A. & Allen, M. (2010). Gender style differences in mediated communication. In J.R. Park & E.G. Abels (eds.), Interpersonal relations and social patterns in communication technologies: Discourse norms, language structures and cultural variables (pp. 121-140). Hershy, PA: Igi Global.
Lim, T.S., Allen, M., Burrell, N. & Kim, S. (2007). The relativity and salience of identity across cultures. Speech & Communication, 8, 178-202.
Allen, M., Mabry, E., Mattrey, M., Bourhis, J., Titsworth, S., & Burrell, N. (2004). Evaluating the effectiveness of distance learning: A comparison using meta-analysis. Journal of Communication, 54 (3), 402-420.
Burrell, N., Zirbel, C., & Allen, M. (2003). Evaluating peer mediation outcomes in educational settings. Conflict Resolution Quarterly, 21(1), 7-26.