Greg Paul

Assistant Professor
Email: gregpaul@k-state.edu  
Campus phone: 785-532-6789
Campus address: Nichols 134
 

Education

B.A., M.A., and Ph.D., Texas A&M University, Department of Communication, College Station, TX

Research

Dr. Paul’s research focuses generally on the construction of communities both at work and at home. He specifically explores issues related to restorative justice, conflict management in the workplace, forgiveness and revenge, dialogue and deliberation. He has conducted research that explores how facilitators of victim-offender dialogue understand justice and their roles in helping participants to accomplish justice. His dissertation explored how employees in four different organizations practiced forgiveness following hurtful events. He is also conducting research on motivations to forgive following hurtful events as well as motivation to participate in deliberative programming. Dr. Paul’s research has been published in journals such as Conflict Resolution Quarterly and Communication Quarterly. He has also presented at a number of conferences, including for the National Communication Association and the International Association of Conflict Management.

Teaching

Organizational Communication
Conflict Management and Communication
Communication in the Nonprofit Sector
Negotiation
Business and Professional Communication
Research Methods in Communication
Introduction to Public Speaking
Persuasion