Dr. Laura Gill
Laura Gill (Ed.D. Creighton University; M.S. South Dakota State University) joined Creighton in the Fall of 2008. She has taught Digital Communication Lab, Civic Engagement through Public Communication, Theories of Leadership and Organizational Change, Managerial Communication, Communication Theory, Small Group Communication, and Advanced Presentational Forms. Laura has experience developing and teaching online classes, including the Digital Communication Lab course, Friendships in our Changing Social World, and Theories of Leadership. She is also an advisor in the Ratio Studiorum Program and has worked with the Freshman Leadership Program.
Laura is the Director of the Communication Center and enjoys working with students of various experience levels gain confidence speaking in front of others. Laura previously coached numerous Speech and Debate students in a variety of Individual Events to out rounds at the American Forensics Association National Individual Events Tournament and the National Forensics Association Tournament. She coached the National Champion of Program Oral Interpretation in 2008 and Creighton's first National Champion of Prose Interpretation, Chris Fowler, in 2010.
Laura enjoys gardening, being crafty, and spending time with her husband, Jeff, and daughter, Addison.