University of Wisconsin Green Bay
Communication Department

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"Organizations devote an enormous amount of time to committee meetings. Yet, few spend that time wisely because employees lack the appropriate critical thinking and communication skills. Anyone who brings those skills 'to the table' can become a vital asset to almost any organization." 

Small Group Communication

 

Small Group Communication
Comm 337

Autumn

Professor: Phillip G. Clampitt, Ph.D.
Philip J. and Elizabeth B. Hendrickson Professor of Business
Office: Mary Cofrin Hall C336
Office Hours:  TTh 10:45 - 11:30; T 3:15 - 4:50
Phone: 465-2324
E-mail: Clampitp@UWGB.EDU            Website: www.uwgb.edu/clampitp

Objectives

  • Understand the concepts and processes in small group communication.

  • Become familiar with various group problem-solving methods

  • Develop the ability to function effectively in a group problem-solving process.


Texts


Approximate Grading Percentages

  • 20%  Mid-Term Exam

  • 20%  Final Exam

  • 20%  Group Project 1

  • 20%  Group Project 2

  • 20%  Fishbowl Reaction Paper


Grading Scale

All grading will be done on a “0 - 100%” scale which translates into the following letter grades: 

A:    92% + C:   72 -78%
AB:  89 - 91% CD:  69 - 71%
B:    82 - 88% D:    60 - 68%  
BC:  79 -81% F:    Below 59%