Dr. Curtis Carey is an adjunct professor of Public and Strategic Communication at American University. Dr. Carey has a mix of professional and academic communication experience. He has been teaching for American University since 2008, and previously taught communication at George Mason University from 2001 to 2005. Dr Carey spent 15 years serving as a national Communication Director in Washington, D.C. for top federal agencies, including the National Institutes of Health and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. He is currently a regional Public Affairs Director for the Environmental Protection Agency. As a national public affairs officer he managed crisis communication, social marketing, and media relations for major public health and environmental initiatives as well as disaster response. His research interests are in persuasion, social influence, and standpoint (perspectivism) in and across cultural contexts.
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