Audio Archive

Kerssen-Griep, Jeff

Jeff finds himself a Professor of Communication Studies at the University of Portland, where his sparkle-in-the-eye style has earned him ‘Master Teacher’ kudos from students and faculty peers on campus and beyond. He spends his time teaching about (among other things…) competent intercultural communication as key to faithful living in democratic society.
(Bio from summer 2006)

Recordings

Intercultural Communication: Part 1 – What Does It Mean to be American

Presenter: Kerssen-Griep, Jeff / 2002

Intercultural Communication: Part 2 – How "White" Is an American?

Presenter: Kerssen-Griep, Jeff / 2002

Intercultural Communication: Part 3 – What Happens in Intercultural Contact

Presenter: Kerssen-Griep, Jeff / 2002

Intercultural Communication: Part 4 – Being Comfortable & Competent Communicating Across Cultures

Presenter: Kerssen-Griep, Jeff / 2002

Intercultural Communication: Part 5 – How to Develop Intercultural Relationships

Presenter: Kerssen-Griep, Jeff / 2002

Communicating Across Cultures: Part 1 – How Do We "Do" Masculine and Feminine?

Presenter: Kerssen-Griep, Jeff / 2002

Communicating Across Cultures: Part 2 – How Do Men and Women Communicate Together

Presenter: Kerssen-Griep, Jeff / 2002

Communicating Across Cultures: Part 3 – Communicating Well Between the Sexes

Presenter: Kerssen-Griep, Jeff / 2002

Intercultural Communication (2006) – Part 1: Navigating the Key Aspects of Any "Culture"

Presenter: Kerssen-Griep, Jeff / 2006

Intercultural Communication (2006) – Part 2: Is Competition the US "State Religion"?

Presenter: Kerssen-Griep, Jeff / 2006

Intercultural Communication (2006) – Part 3: Why Do People Hold Biases Against Out Groups?

Presenter: Kerssen-Griep, Jeff / 2006

Intercultural Communication (2006) – Part 4: High vs. Low Context Communication

Presenter: Kerssen-Griep, Jeff / 2006

Intercultural Communication (2006) – Part 5: Mastering Flexible Intercultural Communication

Presenter: Kerssen-Griep, Jeff / 2006

Dialogue with Jeff Kerssen-Griep

Presenter: Kerssen-Griep, Jeff / 2017

Communicating Across Barriers: Navigating Unexpected Differences with Unfamiliar Others

Presenter: Kerssen-Griep, Jeff / 2017

Communicating Across Barriers: Interpersonal Skills for Intercultural Interactions and Relationships

Presenter: Kerssen-Griep, Jeff / 2017

Checking My Privilege with Jeff Kerssen-Griep

Presenter: Kerssen-Griep, Jeff / 2018

Checking My Privilege? Experiencing What That Means

Presenter: Kerssen-Griep, Jeff / 2018

Checking My Privilege? How Does That Change My Cross-Cultural Connections

Presenter: Kerssen-Griep, Jeff / 2018

Checking My Privilege? Focus on White Supremacy Racial Reconciliation or Something Else?

Presenter: Kerssen-Griep, Jeff / 2018

What is White Talk and How to Avoid It with Jeff Kerssen-Griep

Presenter: Kerssen-Griep, Jeff / 2019

Communication and Underlying Influences with Jeff Kerssen-Griep

Presenter: Kerssen-Griep, Jeff / 2021

Communicating Science: Untangling Those Connections for the 2020s

Presenter: Kerssen-Griep, Jeff / 2021

When and Why Are People Skewed Explorers and Interpreters of Scientific Realities

Presenter: Kerssen-Griep, Jeff / 2021

What Are Systemic "isms" i Science and STEM Education Costing All of Us and What Do We Do About Them

Presenter: Kerssen-Griep, Jeff / 2021

Boosting the SIgnal over the Noise: How to Effectively Communicate Science in Public and in Private

Presenter: Kerssen-Griep, Jeff / 2021

Communicating Science: Dilemmas and How to Understand Them

Presenter: Kerssen-Griep, Jeff / 2022

Communicating Science: Forces That Distort People's "Scientific" Sense-Making

Presenter: Kerssen-Griep, Jeff / 2022

Communicating Science: In Our Lives

Presenter: Kerssen-Griep, Jeff / 2022

Communicating Science: Navigating Systemic Distortions

Presenter: Kerssen-Griep, Jeff / 2022

Holden wishes to express appreciation to PLU, Pacific Lutheran University, for their support of the Holden Audio Archive Project.

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