School of Interdisciplinary Undergraduate Studies
C. Nicole Udeorji is a professor of communication studies. For over a decade, she has worked internationally with a diverse body of students. Professor Udeorji is primarily interested in understanding identity formation and negotiation in intercultural and international contexts. She holds a doctoral degree in communication & culture from Howard University, a degree in social studies education from the University of Maryland College Park, and a BA in mass communication from Howard University.
COMM 6110 - Media Effects: Mass Media in Modern Society
MGMT 6698 - Public Relations Concepts and Strategy
BA, Howard University
MS, University of Maryland College Park
PhD, Howard University
Eastern Communication Association, Chair
Women's Center, Organizer
Voices of Diversity Interest Group, Vice Chair
Awards / Honors
Trustee Scholarship, Howard University, 2010
US/India Research Initiative, Howard University, 2009
Udeorji, C. (2015). I'm Every Woman: Remixed Stories of Marriage, Motherhood and Work . Electronic Journal of Communication.
Udeorji, C. (2014). Fitsporation: A Content Analysis of Digital Fitness Images . Eastern Communication Association .
Udeorji , C. (2013). Lenses: Exploring Identity & Perspective in Contemporary Transnational and Intercultural Discourse. Eastern Communication Association .
Udeorji , C. (2013). PRIDE Roundtable: Practical Resources in Diversity Education. Eastern Communication Association .