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Linda Dickmeyer

Communication Studies
University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

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Specialty area(s)

Interpersonal Communication, Instructional Communication, Undergraduate Research

Current courses at UWL

CST 499: Senior Project in Communication Studies


PhD - University of Nebraska
MA - Minnesota State University-Mankato


Teaching history

CST 499: Senior Project in CST
CST 498: Research Methods
CST 301: Communication Theories
CST 190: Introduction to Communication Studies
CST 430: Advanced Topics in Interpersonal
CST 336: Family Communication'
CST 332: Gender Communication
CST 230: Interpersonal Communication
CST 110: Communicating Effectively



Lee Baines and Markus Mika, both Biology; Linda Dickmeyer, Communication Studies; Darci Thoune, English; Naghmeh Gheidi, Exercise & Sport Science; Daniel Bretl, Microbiology; Kamilo Lara, Military Science, ROTC; Seth King, Physics; Brian Kumm-Schaley, Recreation Management & Therapeutic Recreation; and Jane Brannan, Veteran Services; received a UWL Challenge Coin at the Stole & Recognition Ceremony on Friday, May 6 in La Crosse, WI. Students presented a challenge coin to the staff or faculty member of their choosing in recognition of the impact the staff/faculty had on their academic career. Challenge Coins are an enduring military tradition. Military Commanders often give a coin to service members as a mark of camaraderie or to recognize hard work and excellence. They are intended to instill unit pride, improve esprit-de-corps, and serve as a reward for a job well done. A challenge coin signifies the person went above and beyond in their duties.

Submitted on: May 6



Linda Dickmeyer, Communication Studies, received the award for Top Panel at Central States Communication Association on Tuesday, April 14 in Chicago, IL. Dickmeyer is participating a panel titled "From Faculty to Administration: Making a Difference Beyond the Classroom Borders" awarded as top panel by the Undergraduate Education and Administration Section.

Submitted on: Jan. 27, 2020