Meet Lacey Corey Brown
Director, Center for Public Speaking/Assistant Teaching Professor, Speech
Phone: (813) 257-3551
Address: 401 W. Kennedy Blvd. Tampa, FL 33606
2010 Florida Southern College, B.A.
2013 University of West Florida, M.A.
2019 Southern Illinois University, Ph.D.
MAPC 601 -Leadership and Professional Communication
MAPC 603 - Organizational and Strategic Communication
SPE 330 - Rhetoric and The Election (Special Topics)
SPE 308: Group Presentation and Leading Change
SPE 212: Global Speech, Human Rights and Social Justice
Lacey Corey Brown has been teaching/coaching professional public speaking since 2010. She also has expertise in training and development, and in interpretive and critical qualitive research.
Corey Brown's research critically examines identity through strategic communication theories. In her most recent publication, "'Eat, Pray, Party!': Reflections on MTV’s Floribama Shore, the Florida Panhandle, and Floridian-Southern Identity" published in Departures in Critical Qualitative Research, Corey Brown explores her Floridian-Southern identity as it relates to religion, gender performance and reproductive politics.
Corey Brown’s service to The University of Tampa includes moderating an online training on “Dealing with Uncooperative Students,” facilitating LinkedIn workshops for the UT Entrepreneurs Club, and being a graduate advisor for the Master of Art in Professional Communication.
Teachers on Teaching
National Communication Association, Fall 2020
University of Tampa, Spring 2020