Communication Arts
Location: IRC - B12
Phone: 607-436-3411
Fax: 607-436-2420

Carol Mandzik

Title: Adjunct Instructor

Degrees: - • Master of Science in Business, Husson University • Bachelor of Arts in English, University of South Florida

Telephone: (607) 436-3363 Email: Carol.Mandzik@oneonta.edu Office: Office of International Education 111 Schumacher Hall

Course History:

  1. Organizational Communication (COMM 255)

Other Information:

Courses Taught at Other Colleges:

1. Human Resource Management

2. Organizational Behavior

3. International Marketing

4. Marketing

5. Business Communication

6. Literature – Russian, Asian

7. Composition

8. Speech

 

Other Information:

Advice: Remain curious and aspire to continuously learn, mature, and seek wisdom. Understand the value of comparative analysis for it is then that one understands true differences. Strive to do better, attain high quality, and be productive. At the same time, endeavor to be humble, treasure simple pleasures of life, and add value to your life and others. Travel the road, take methodical risks, and enjoy the journey of lilfe!

Favorite quote: “What lies before us, and what lies ahead of us, are small matters compared to what lies within us.” ---Emerson

 

Professional Interests:

  • International Programming for U.S. – Global Campuses
  • Korea-Japan higher educational systems and culture
  • Operations Management and best practices in HR
  • Quality Standards
  • Writing
  • Fulbright Scholar: US-Japan International Education Administrators Program, Summer 2011

Hobbies and Personal Interests:

• Reading

• Writing

• Kayaking

• Hiking – Favorite spots: Blue Ridge Mountains, VA; Grand Tetons, WY; Great Smoky Mountains, TN; Acadia National Park, ME

• Travel (visited 45 states, 8 countries) – it’s a beautiful world! Traveled to Korea and Japan 33 times each

• Cross-country skiing

• Being subtly controlled by my cat, Max

 

 

 

Major Program areas

Communication Studies

introduces students to the theories and practices of oral communication and persuasion. Students in this major usually seek careers in business related fields, as well as corporate communication, advertising, sales, public relations, and events management.

 

Mass Communication

is designed to meet the needs of students who seek careers in the fields of broadcasting, journalism, film, audio production and video production.