Vita for Todd T. Holm, PhD

Educational Background

  

Doctor of Philosophy 

Ohio University 2001 

Organizational Communication & Instructional Communication 

 

Certified Humor Presenter  

North Carolina Health and Humor Association

 

Master of Arts Speech Communication 

North Dakota State University 1990 

Emphasis: Generalist 

 

Bachelor of Science 

South Dakota State University 1987

Major: Speech Communication Minor: Sociology

  

Teaching and Professional Experience

 

Expeditionary Warfare School (Marine Corps University, Quantico VA)  January 2013 - Present

Communication Program Coordinator

 

Conduct pre- and post diagnostic and evaluations for oral and written communication skills. Present training and education on communication related topics as needed within the program. Produce and revise Expeditionary Warfare School communication curriculum. Assist and counsel Marine Corps Captains in communication related proficiencies including, but not limited to, reviewing written assignments and articles for publication as well as coaching prepared public speaking presentations.  Work with International Military Officers (IMOs) on presentation skills. Conduct significant faculty development workshops and develop new efficient methods of instruction, assessment and feedback.

 

Miami University, Oxford OH Fall 2008 - January 2013

Visiting Professor/Director of Forensics

 

Teach courses as needed by the Department of Communication including Com 132 (Forensics), Com 135 (Public Expression and Critical Inquiry including honors sections), Com 180 (Oral Interpretation honors), Com 332 (Argumentation and Debate), Com 339 (Organizational Communication), Com 431 (Persuasion), Com 437 (Advocacy in Contemporary America), and Com 450/650 (Humor and Communication).  Hosted four Public Forum Debates and two Forensics Showcases on campus each year.  Hosted two forensics tournaments a year (plus the Ohio State Tournament occasionally), directed the Miami Speech Institute, coached and administered the Miami Forensics Program.

  

Concordia College, Moorhead Minnesota 2003 - 2008

Visiting Assistant Professor/Director of Individual Events 

Teach courses as needed by the Department of Communication Studies and Theatre Arts. Courses include Com 313 (Persuasion), Comm 414 (Organizational Communication), Comm 314 (Small Group Communication), Disc 109 (Discourse), Comm 207 (Oral Interpretation), IOC 100 (Oral Inquiry), Comm 380 (Humor and Communication) and Comm 380 (Training and Development). Coach the Individual Events Team, host six tournaments a year, co-host two more tournaments, run the Concordia Speech Institute, recruit students, and perform various administrative duties.

 

Truman State University – Kirksville, Missouri 2000 - 2003 

Assistant Professor/Assistant Director of Forensics 

Taught COMM 170 (Public Speaking), COMM 330 (Argumentation), COMM 370 (Group Process), COMM 480 (Organizational Communication), JINS 356 (The Art & Science of Humor) and supervised independent studies. Advise 20+ Communication Science Majors. Chaired the Communication Minor Committee, served as a reviewer for the Institutional Review Board, and read and review senior portfolios. Coached the Truman Forensics Program. Faculty mentor for several undergraduate research symposium presentations. 

 

Ohio University - Athens, Ohio 1997 - 2000 

Graduate Associate / Assistant Director of Forensics 

Taught INCO 103 (Public Speaking), INCO 304 (Interviewing), and INCO 342 (Persuasion). Coached the University Forensics Team in public speaking, limited preparation, and oral interpretation events. 

 

Carroll Community College - Westminster, Maryland 1994 - 1997 

Instructor in Speech Communication 

Taught SPE091 (Basic Speech - developmental course), SPE101 (Public Speaking), SPE111 (Interpersonal Communication), and Advised Communication Internships. 

 

Communication Consultant (Communication Doctors, LLC & Holm Consulting) 1995-present 

Offer workshops and seminars to business, educational and government agencies on a variety of communication-related issues. Between the two companies I have worked with:

·        USDA Graduate School (Negation Techniques Course), Washington DC 

·        The International Association of Machinists (IAM CARES), Maryland 

·        Ohio State Supreme Court Futures Commission, Columbus, Ohio 

·        Southeast Psychiatric Hospital Mental Health Recovery Services, Athens, Ohio 

·        Baltimore City Department of Social Services (w/ Mid-America Consulting Group) 

·        Ohio University Area Education Center and Osteopathic Medical Center 

·        South Eastern European Leadership Youth Institute, Towson, Maryland 

·        Pittsburgh Public School Systems (Communication Audit) 

·        Holzer Medical Center, Gallipolis, Ohio 

·        Concordia College Full Staff Training 

·        Concordia Library Staff Training 

·        Aaker's College (Rasmussen Colleges) Faculty Training

·        Miami University Admissions Office

 

Prince George's Community College - Largo, Maryland 1993-94 

Adjunct Lecturer 

Taught the Hybrid Introductory Course and Interpersonal Communication Course as needed by the Department. Coached the speech team in Public Speaking, Limited Preparation, and Oral Interpretation events. Assisted in developing the travel schedule, budgeting available funds, making travel plans, granting scholarships and hosting tournaments.

 

Northern Virginia Community College – {Alexandria, Woodbridge & Manassas} 1991-93 

Adjunct Lecturer 

Taught SPD 110 (Introduction to Speech Communication), SPD 115 (Small Group Communication), and SPD 126 (Interpersonal Communication) as needed by the Departments.

 

Mayville State University - Mayville, North Dakota 1989-1990 

Part-Time Lecturer

Taught Introduction to SPCH 110 (Fundamentals of Public Speaking) as well as upper level seminars in Oral Interpretation and Human Communication. Coached and traveled with the university forensics team, made budget proposals, granted scholarships, determined travel schedule, and rallied administrative and community support for the forensics program. Advised the local chapter of Pi Kappa Delta (a national honorary speech fraternity). 

 

North Dakota State University - Fargo, North Dakota 1987 - 1989 

Graduate Teaching Assistant & Assistant Individual Events Coach 

Taught two sections of Introduction to Public Speaking each quarter. Responsible for all aspects of teaching including lecture preparation, testing, grading and record maintenance. Coached students in all American Forensic Association Events and traveled with the team to tournaments. Also coached Reader's Theatre and helped with Cross Examination Debate Program on a limited basis. 

 

Workshops and Camps

  

Miami Speech Institute

Developed a one week institute for high school students.  84% of students attending the first year qualified for their state tournament. The institute has proved to be an excellent recruiting tool and we've added an extended stay option at the request of students who wish to have more time to polish their delivery skills.  

 

Mini Speech Camp 

Hosted a two day camp for the Atwater-Cosmos-Grove City High School at their location. The camp hosted about 10 students for two days and helped students develop both public speaking and oral interpretation events. 

 

Concordia Speech Institute 

Developed and hosted a one week summer speech camp on the Concordia Campus. In the first year the camp attract 22 students and was a tremendous success and nearly tripled in size the second year and reached its maximum capacity of 80 by the third year. Students received coaching and preparation in all high school speech events. The camp has attracted students from six states. One-third of the students from the camp's second year were in state finals. Two went on to become College National Champions.

 

Northern Plains Forensics Workshop 

Developed and served as coordinator for the Northern Plains Forensics Workshop. The workshop offered seminars in forensic events for beginning and advanced collegiate competitors from the region. The workshop was hosted at St. Cloud State University and was attended by eight colleges and universities. 

 

Southeastern European Leadership Youth Institute 

Presented two, one-week seminars on media in a democratic society. Participants were primarily high school students and teachers from former Soviet Block States. The institute was hosted at Towson University, Towson, MD. (2002, 2003, 2004, 2005) 

 

E.W. Scripps School of Journalism High School Journalism Workshop 

Presenter Conducted session on the rhetoric of political cartoons for the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism High School Journalism Workshop during the summers of 1998 and 1999. The workshop focused on the role of political cartoons as a form of social commentary as well as the techniques of cartoonists in developing cartoons. 

 

District VII Workshop Coordinator 

Made all of the necessary arrangements for the 1996 AFA District VII Workshop including, but not limited to, developing panels, scheduling rooms, soliciting presenters, coordinating local hotel arrangements and sending out invitations and programs. District VII Workshop Instructor Conducted sessions on topics ranging from After Dinner Speaking for novice competitors, to Ethics in Forensics Competition for advanced competitors and Producing Quality Judges for the Coaches Sessions at the District VII AFA Individual Events Workshop in 1993 through 1996. 

 

Mayville State University High School Speech Camp 

Hosted a one-week summer camp that provided high school students with an opportunity to prepare themselves for the upcoming year of competition. The camp covered public speaking skills and oral interpretation skills. 

 

NDSU Speech Camp '88

Speech Camp Assistant Acted as camp counselor for high school students during the week-long high school speech camp. Gave lectures on oral interpretation and public speaking techniques, and supervised the day-to-day activities of the camp participants. Assisted students in finding materials, organizing speeches, cutting selections and using the library facilities.

  

Service to the Department, College and Community 

 

Developed a collaborative program with the Miami University Honors program where Honors Program Communication courses in the Spring Semester attend the National Novice Forensics Tournament. In 2012 they won the national tournament. 

Developed a standup comedy night in conjunction with my COM450/650 course in the spring of 2010.  Sixteen students had the opportunity to perform live standup acts along side professional comedian Dennis Piper

Served on the thesis committee for Justin Foote, Nicholas Bernard and Andrew Denryter

Hosted the 2010 and 2012 Ohio Forensics Association State Championship Tournament

The Miami forensics program hosts four Audience Debate Forums and two Forensics Showcases each year, attendance at each of these performances range from 300-350 students (roughly 1,800 students per year attend)

Member of the Executive Directors Committee for the Novice National Tournament

NCA reviewer for Pi Kappa Delta division (2012)

Guest reviewer for the National Forensics Journal Fall 2010 and 2011

Guest Editor of "The Forensic of Pi Kappa Delta" Winter 2008 special issue on Ethics in Forensics

Guest reviewer for Communication Reports, Spring 2008

Co-Director of the Concordia College Forensics team year end showcases and honors weekend celebration showcases (2004-present) 

Concordia College Library “Voices from the Stacks” performances twice a year showing literature and research from the Concordia Library (2006-present) 

Concordia College Forensics Christmas Showcase (2006) 

Coordinated Student Stand up Comedy Nights at Truman State Univ. (2003) and at Concordia College (2004 & 2008) 

Faculty Mentor for eight student research projects for the 2001, 2002 & 2003 Truman Undergraduate Student Research Conference.

Campus Food Drives collecting over 1,000 food items for the Dorothy Day House in Moorhead MN (2005-07) 

Host at least one on-campus high school workshop for students from local high schools who want to learn more about forensics competition (Concordia College, 2003-2007). 

Executive Secretary of the Valley Forensics League 2005-Present) 

Guest Editor of a Special Issue of “the Forensic” of Pi Kappa Delta (2006-07) 

NCA reviewer for the NFA division (2007) 

Department Chair Review Committee Chair (2004) 

Facilitate Student Feedback Committee (Concordia College, 2004-2007) 

Faculty advisor for a textbook resale project that generated over $500 for the Concordia forensics team (2003)

Chair of the Communication Minor Committee at Truman State University (2002-2003) 

Departmental Institutional Review Board at Truman (2001-2003) 

National Forensics Association National Tournament Staff (2000) 

Supervised a dozen independent studies and co-ops (2003-2007)

Concordia College Faculty Orientation Mentor (2005 – 2007) 

Carroll Community College Fine Arts Building Committee 

Concordia College Communication Studies and Theatre Art “Let’s Start Talking about Graduate School” nights (2005 & 2006) 

Administered the Discourse 109, Public Speaking Contest four times a year 2003-2006 

Chair of the Valley Forensics League Scholarship Committee (2006 & 2007) 

Member of the Assistant Director of Forensics Search Committee (2007) 

 

Undergraduate Faculty Mentor for Papers/Presentation

 

(2001) The Tom Green Cancer Special and its Effects as a Public Health Care Campaign {Heather J. Carmack} Truman Undergraduate Student Research Conference

(2002)  Anorexic Nation: A rhetorical analysis of an online anorexic community. {Amy L. Carmack} Truman Undergraduate Student Research Conference

(2002) The rhetoric of the Ellis Island museum website. {Heather J. Carmack, Outstanding Presenter} Truman Undergraduate Student Research Conference

(2002) Everything I needed to know, I learned from forensics: An undergraduate perspective.  {Heather J. Carmack & Amy L. Carmack} Competitive panel paper at the annual meeting of the National Communication Association in New Orleans, LA.

(2002) The role of the squadroom in team building and team function.  {Heather J. Carmack} Competitive paper presented at the National Communication Association in New Orleans, LA

(2003) A City without Men: Using Women to Exemplify Nonviolence {Staci J. Imes}  Truman Undergraduate Student Research Conference, Kirksville, MO

(2003) Online Fear Appeal: You Could Get Scammed! {Jaclyn R. Devine}  Truman Undergraduate Student Research Conference, Kirksville, MO

(2003) “Whatca gonna do when the TV crew comes for you?”: A rhetorical analysis of Johns TV{Amy L. Carmack} Truman Undergraduate Student Research Conference, Kirksville, MO

(2003) The Adrian Dominican Sisters: Recruiting and Image Restoration {Julie A. Anderson}  Truman Undergraduate Student Research Conference, Kirksville, MO

(2003) Everythang’s gonna be all white: A rhetorical analysis of “The Fightin’ Whities” {Heather J. Carmack} Truman Undergraduate Student Research Conference, Kirksville, MO

(2007) Communication in the Digital Arena: Socio-Rhetorical Dimensions of Online Environments {Elizabeth Bendix} A paper presented at the Communication and Theatre Association of Minnesota Conference, Mankato, MN

(2008) What Graduating High School Seniors and High School Coaches Believe are Important Factors in College Forensics Programs {Sarah Schwartz & Kim Palmer} A paper presented to the annual meeting of the National Communication Association in San Diego, CA

(2009) The Accessibility of College Forensics to Students With No High School Experience:  An Undergraduate Perspective {Elizabeth Miller} A paper presented to the annual meeting of the National Communication Association in Chicago IL

(2010) …and the Lord spoke onto me {Elizabeth Miller} A paper to be presented at the annual meeting of the National Communication Association in San Francisco, CA

 

Tournament Management Experience

  

Tournament Director 

Tournament Director, 2012 University of Cincinnati "River Boat Gambler" tournament

Tournament Co-Host, 2012 (Annually) "Forensics Fiesta" with Western Kentucky University

Tournament Director 2009 "RedHawk Rumble" (Annually) Co-Host with Butler University

Tournament Director "RedHawk Royale" (2010)

Tournament Director "Use Your Words" Tournament (2009)

Tournament Director for the Valley Forensics League 2005-2007 (four annual tournaments) 

Tournament Director for the "Talk of the Tundra" tournament on the Concordia Campus and for the Concordia half of the "Outer Limits" tournament at UN Kearney. 

Tournament Director for the Carol Gaede "Talk of the Tundra" Tournament co-hosted by MSU Moorhead and Concordia College 2005 

Truman State University “Show-Me Swing” and Bulldog Tournaments 2000-2002 

Lord Fairfax / Phi Rho Pi Region VII Championship Tournament 1997 

Johns Hopkins Individual Events Tournament 1996 

Lord Fairfax Community College Tournament 1996 

Carroll Community College Tournament 1996 

Mayville State University High School Speech Tournament 1990

At the request of the host schools I have served as tabulation room staff for the:

2011,2012 Chief Justice Marshall Tournament (Marshall University, Hunting WV)

Ohio University Alumni Tournament 2009, 2010, 2011

2007 North Dakota State University "Lyle B. Husbey" Tournament

2007 Kansas State University Tournament 

2006 & 2007 University of Nebraska Kearney half of the "Outer Limits" Swing 

2005 Kansas State University Prowler Cat Preview (pre-national preview tournament) 

2004 Talk of the Tundra Tournament (Minnesota State University, Moorhead) 

2004 Southland Swing Season Opener (Clemson University & Morehouse College) 

2003 Missouri Forensics Association State Championship Tournament 

2003 Washburn University "Ichabod Classic" 

2001 Purdue University Boilermaker Tournament 

2000 Otterbein Tournament “Holiday Frolic Swing” 

1998 Ohio University and Carson-Newman “Winter Classic Swing Tournaments” 

1997-2000 Ohio University Tournaments 

1996 District VII American Forensics Association District Qualifying Tournament 

1993-1995 Eastern Seaboard Championship Tournament 

1995 Prince George's Community College Winter Classic 

1994 Carroll Community College Speech Tournament 

1990 Jack Rabbit Joust Tournament at South Dakota State University 

1989 North Dakota State Speech Championship 

1987-88 North Dakota State University Husbey & Valley Forensics League Tournaments 

1983-1986 South Dakota State University College Invitational and High School Tournament

 Memberships in Professional Organizations  

·        Member of the Communication and Theater Association of Minnesota 

·        Member of the National Communication Association (Member since 1987) 

·        Member of Eastern Communication Association

·        Member of American Humor Studies Association 

·        Member of the International Society for Humor Studies 

·        Member of the American Forensics Association 

·        Member of the National Forensics Association 

·        Member of Pi Kappa Delta (Instructor, Highest Distinction) 

·        Member of Delta Sigma Rho-Tau Kappa Alpha 

·        Member of Phi Rho Pi 

·        Member of the Association of Faculty for the Advancement of Community College Teaching

Honors and Awards

·        Top three paper accepted to the National Communication Association Convention 2010

·        Alpha Gamma Delta “Professor of the Week” October 1, 2001

·        1996 Nominated for Outstanding Instructor Award by students at Carroll Community College 

·        1995 and 1996 Elected to the District VII American Forensics Association Committee 

·        Prince George’s Community College Outstanding Team Advisor 1994 

·        Received the District IV Kevin Heinemann Award (Outstanding intercollegiate competitive speaker award) 

·        Received South Dakota State University Speech Scholarships in 1984, 1985, &1986 

·        Member of Pi Kappa Delta at the level of Special Distinction as a competitor/Highest Distinction as an Instructor 

·        Received over 100 awards in Interscholastic Forensics Competition

Grants

·        The Dr. Bruce Manchester NIET Scholar Series Research Grant, awarded January 6th, 2005 to conduct a research project entitled "Forensics as a Correlate of Graduate School Success." 

·        Junior Interdisciplinary Seminar Development Grant, awarded Dec. 7, 2000 by Truman State University to develop and interdisciplinary course entitled “The Art & Science of Humor.” 

·        John Houk Memorial Research Grant, awarded by Ohio University May 9, 1998. “Predictors and Correlates of Cheating in the Public Speaking Classroom.” 

·        Ohio University School of Interpersonal Communication Assessment Research Grant, awarded June 2, 1998. For research related to cheating behaviors in Public Speaking classes and the impact cheating has on the assessment of the public speaking course.

Works in Progress

 

Holm, Todd T. & Carmack, Heather J. (in progress, 92 participants surveyed, we are hoping to hit 100). Health and wellness of forensics directors and coaches

Holm, Todd T. (In progress, rejected by ISHS Journal and Western Journal of Communication but it will find a home) "The Vilification of Ken Starr: The Rhetorical Role of Political Cartoons in the Clinton-Lewinsky Sex Scandal"  

Holm, Todd T. (Reviewed, Editor Suggests Revise and Resubmit) "Communication Strategies to Reduce Cheating Behaviors" an article submitted to the Basic Communication Course Annual.   

Holm, Todd T. (In Progress) "Change Leadership: Rebuilding a Team" The article focuses on the difference between starting a new program and changing the existing culture of a program.  it offers practical steps for rebuiliding a forensics program based on organizational communication theory and leadership research

Holm, Todd T. & Thomas-Maddox, Candice (In Progress) "The Relationship Between Teacher Immediacy and Propensity to Cheat" 

  

Thesis and Dissertation

  

(2000) “I told them not to cheat, what more can I do?” Communication strategies to reduce cheating in the public speaking classroom. A dissertation published by The College of Communication of Ohio University 

(1990). What are you laughing at?: The evaluative judging criteria of After Dinner Speaking. A thesis published by North Dakota State University

 

Publications

  

Holm, Todd T. & Carmack, Heather J. (2012) Forensics as a Correlate of Graduate School Success.  Journal of the Association of Communication Administrators, 31(1), 29-45.    

Holm, Todd T. (2012) “Managing Millennials: Coaching the Net Generation” The Forensic of Pi Kappa Delta (Special Issue on Forensics and the Net Generation)  97, 25-38.

Foote, Justin G. & Holm, T. T. (2011) Forensics Service-Learning on Campus: Serving to Learn, Learning to Serve. The National Forensics Journal, 29, 61-86.   {Click to view Article} 

Holm, Todd T. (2011) “A Cheap and Easy Way to Mount Visual Aids” an article for a coach’s forum section of The Forensic of Pi Kappa Delta. 96 (2) 21-24.  

Wickelgrin, Bruce F. & Holm, Todd T. (2008).  “The Role of the Coach and the Organization in Addressing Plagiarism” The Forensic of Pi Kappa Delta93, 7-16.

Carmack, Heather J. & Holm, Todd T. (2005). "Home sweet home: The role of the forensics squadroom in team socialization and identification" National Forensics Journal, 23, 32-54.  {Click to View Article}

Holm, Todd T. & Miller, Jerry L. (2004) "Forensics: Working Within the Larger Systems” National Forensics Journal, 22, 23-37. {Click to View Article}

Holm, Todd T. (2002). "Public Speaking Students’ Perceptions of Cheating" Communication Research Reports, 19, (1) pp. 66-76. 

Holm, Todd T. (2002). “Humor as a Teaching Tool: Careful You Don’t Cut Somebody” The Teaching Professor, 16, (4) p. 6. 

Holm, Todd T. (2001). "On the Early Education of the After Dinner Speaking God" Collegiate Forensics Association Journal, 2, (1) pp. 1-26. 

Holm, Todd T. (2001). "From 'Holy Terrors' to Hostage Takers and Terrorists: Commonalties in Crisis Negotiations" Speech and Theatre Association of Missouri Journal, 31, 48-70. 

Holm, Todd T. & Colvert, Audra, L. (1999). Handbook of Oral Communication Skills: Baltimore City Department of Social Services Management Development Handbook Mid-America Consulting Group: Beechwood, OH. 

Colvert, Audra, L. & Holm, Todd T. (1999). Handbook of Written Communication Skills: Baltimore City Department of Social Services Management Development Handbook Mid-America Consulting Group: Beechwood, OH. 

Holm, Todd T. & Holland, Brian (1996). “Establishing Team History” Speaker Points, Vol. 3.1, Spring{Click to View Article}

Holm, Todd T. (1996 and subsequent editions). “The O-Zone Collapse Scenario” Published in the Instructor’s Manual for Working in Groups by Engleberg & Wynn, Houghton Mifflin. (Published at the author’s request) 

Holm, Todd T. (1996). “The O-Zone Collapse Scenario: Getting the Students to Talk” Published in theCONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS from the 1996 Association of Faculties for Advancement of Community College Teaching Conference. 

Holm, Todd T. (1995). “The O-Zone Collapse Scenario” An activity included in Chapter 14: Argumentation and Critical Thinking of G.I.F.T.S. Great Ideas For Teaching Speech Raymond Zeuschner, Editor, HarperCollins College Publishers: New York. 

Holm, Todd T. (1994). “The ‘How to’ and ‘Why to’ of the Speech to Entertain” Speaker Points Vol. 1.2, Fall. {Click to View Article}

Holm, Todd T. (1994). “Finding Time for Forensics: A Time Management Idea for Forensics Programs” Speaker Points Vol. 1.2, Fall{Click to View Article}

Holm, Todd T. and LaVonne Wahl (1989). "The Filled Pause as a Regulator in Small Group Communication." North Dakota Journal of Speech and Theatre, Vol. 2, No. 1.

  

Convention & Conference Presentations

   

Holm, Todd T. (2012) Ballots as Program Assessment. Part of a panel on assessment in the forensics community presented at the National Communication Association Convention in Orlando FL

Holm, Todd T., Hopkins, Ian P, & Foote, Justin G. (2012) Coaching Running and Administering Forensics Teams: Let’s go to the Video Tape. Part of a round robin program on forensics pedagogy presented at the National Communication Association Convention in Orlando FL.

Holm, Todd T. (21012) Healthy Competition: Understanding, Promoting, and Celebrating a Healthy Forensic COMMunity. A paper presented at the National Communication Association Convention in Orlando FL

Holm, Todd T. (2012) UNITY, If You Build it They Will COMM: Forensics for the non-forensics student.  A paper presented at the National Communication Association Convention in Orlando FL. 

Holm, Todd T. (2011) Not Everyone Gets a Trophy: How to Coach Generation Y and Millennial Students. A paper presented at the National Communication Association Convention in New Orleans, LA.

Holm, Todd T. (2011) Mount Five Visual Aids In 20 Minutes.  A paper presented as part of the Coaching, Running and Administering Forensics Tips series at the National Communication Association Convention in New Orleans, LA.

Holm, Todd T. and Foote, Justin G. (2011) Steaks, Tab sheets and Bowling: A Hybrid Mentoring Model. A paper presented at the National Communication Association Convention in New Orleans, LA.

Holm, Todd T. and Carmack, H.J. (2010). “Forensics as a Correlate of Graduate School Success.” Selected as a top competitive paper for the National Forensics Association presented at the National Communication Association convention in San Francisco, CA.

Holm, Todd T. and Epping, D.L. (2010). Leading your people from purgatory to the promise land. A panel discussion presented at the National Communication Association convention in San Francisco, CA.

Holm,Todd T. (2010). Rebuilding a Team: It's Harder Than Building From Scratch. Part of the Coaching, Running and Administering Forensics Tips program to be presented at the National Communication Association convention in San Francisco, CA. 

Holm, Todd T. (2009) "Developing a five year plan to bridge the gap between high school and college forensics programs: Bringing stability through change" a panel presentation at the National Convention in Chicago, IL

Holm, Todd T. (2009) Chair "Five Years Ago I Never Would Have Pictured Myself Doing This: The accessibility of collegiate forensics to people with no forensics experience" a panel presentation at the National Convention in Chicago, IL

Holm, Todd T. (2009) "Teaching Communication Classes to Students with Disabilities: A Panel Discussion" a panel presentation at the National Convention in Chicago, IL

Holm, Todd T. (2009) "Where’s Our Bailout? A round table involving the "stability" and "change" of forensic programs in a tumultuous economic environment" a panel presentation at the National Convention in Chicago, IL

Holm, Todd T., Kracht, Kristofer, J. and Pober, Peter, M. (2008) "Hosting Summer Speech Institutes" A Short Course offered at the National Communication Association Convention in Chicago, IL

Holm, Todd T. (2007) "Minnesota Summer Speech Institutes for High School Competitors” Panelist on the panel at the Communication and Theatre Association of Minnesota conference in Rochester, MN. 

Holm, Todd T. (2007) "Working Together: High School and College Forensic Coaches Open Forum" Panelist on the panel at the Communication and Theatre Association of Minnesota conference in Rochester, MN. 

Holm, Todd T. (2006) "Organizational Culture in Short Term Organizations: A Theoretical Overview" panel presented at the National Communication Association Convention in San Antonio, TX 

Holm, Todd T. & Loatman Timothy (2006) "High School Relations: Reaching Out" A panel presented at the National Communication Association Convention in San Antonio, TX 

Holm Todd T. (2006) "We Could All Use A Little Help" A panel presented at the Communication and Theatre Association of Minnesota conference in St Paul, MN. 

Holm, Todd T. (2004) Panel Respondent "An Examination of After-Dinner Speaking in Forensics: Looking Back in an Effort to Move Forward" A panel presented at the National Communication Association Convention in Chicago, IL. 

Holm, Todd T. (2004) Panel Chair "Country Music: Looking Back at Social Messages, Moving Forward for Social Change" A panel presented at the National Communication Association Convention in Chicago, IL. 

Holm, Todd T. (2003). "Forming Organizational Culture in ‘Short-Term’ Created Communities." A paper presented at the National Communication Association Convention in Miami, FL. 

Holm, Todd, T. (2003) "Defining Your Forensics Program's Public Profile" Panelist on a round table discussion at the National Communication Association Convention in Miami, FL. 

Holm, Todd, T. (2003). Panel Chair "Out with the old, in with the new...or maybe not: How much evidence is enough?" A panel presented at the National Communication Association Convention in Miami, FL. 

Holm, Todd T. (2002). “Teaching the College Course In: The Art and Science of Humor” A short course presented at the National Communication Association Convention in New Orleans, LA. 

Holm, Todd T. & West Daniel A. (2002). “Forensics is Hard and That’s a Good Thing” A paper presented at the National Communication Association Convention in New Orleans, LA. 

Carmack, Heather, J. & Holm, Todd T (2002). “The Role of the Squad Room in Team Building and Team Function” A paper presented at the National Communication Association Convention in New Orleans, LA. 

Holm, Todd T. (2002). “If I Tried to Do That They’d Fire Me: Teacher Immediacy and Misbehaviors in the Hollywood Classroom.” A paper presented at the National Communication Association Convention in New Orleans, LA. 

Holm, Todd T. (2002). Panel Chair “Forensics it is a Changing…or is it?” A panel at the National Communication Association Convention in New Orleans, LA. 

Holm, T. T. (2000). "The Vilification of Kenneth Starr: The Rhetorical Role of Political Cartoons in the Clinton-Lewinsky 'Sex Scandal'" A paper presented the Rhetoric Society of America's Conference in College Park, MD. 

Holm, Todd T. (2000). “Engaging the World’s Problems in Seven Minutes: Extemporaneous Speaking” A paper presented at the National Communication Association Convention in Seattle, WA. 

Holm, Todd T. (1999). “The Clown: Using Humor in Training and Consulting” A paper presented at the National Communication Association Convention in Chicago, IL. 

Holm, Todd T. (1999). “Been There, Done That” A paper presented at the National Communication Association Convention in Chicago, IL. 

Holm, Todd T. (1999). “She hit him, that’s not abuse…it’s comedy: An Analysis of the Portrayal of Violence Toward Men on Primetime Television” A paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association Conference in Charleston, WV. 

Holm, Todd T. (1999). “Balancing Forensics with the Rest of Life!” A round table discussion at the Eastern Communication Association Conference in Charleston, WV. 

Wendel, Nicole & Holm, Todd T. (1999). “What’s Abuse for the Goose: A study of the perceptions of violence toward men in the United States.” A paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association Conference in Charleston, WV. 

Holm, Todd T. (1998). “Ignorance of the Crime is No Excuse: Do Public Speaking Students Even Know What Cheating Is?” A paper to be presented at the National Communication Association Convention in New York, NY. 

Holm, Todd T. (1998). “Issues of Age in Academia” A Round Table Discussion at the National Communication Association Convention in New York, NY. 

Holm, Todd T. (1998). “Individual Events: Do We Meet the Criteria?” A paper to be presented at the National Communication Association Convention in New York, NY. 

Holm, Todd T. (1998). “Forensics: The hyper-hybrid course: Lessons learned from participation, visions for the future” A Round Table Discussion at the National Communication Association Convention in New York, NY. 

Holm, Todd T. & Miller, Jerry L. (1997). "The Forensics Group: Working Within the Larger Systems” A paper presented at the National Communication Association Convention in Chicago, IL. 

Holm, Todd T. (1997). “What do you mean I cheated, I gave the speech didn’t I?” Student’s Perceptions of What Constitutes Cheating in Public Speaking.” A paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association Convention in Baltimore, MD. 

Holm, Todd T. (1997). Chair for “Doing Unexpected Mixing and Matching of Student Populations in Speech Communication Courses: Successful Test Cases” A panel at the Eastern Communication Association Convention in Baltimore, MD. 

Holm, Todd T. (1997). “’The Language I heard in That Last Round, I Swear…’ A Round Table Discussion of Profanity in Forensics.” A panel at the Eastern Communication Association Convention in Baltimore, MD. 

Holm, Todd T. (1997). “Balancing The Challenges Of The Community College Setting With The Mission Of Forensics” A paper presented at the Pi Kappa Delta National Tournament and Convention in Highland Heights, KY. 

Holm, Todd T. (1997). “Teaching the Concept of Humor” A Presentation at the Association of Faculty for Advancement of Community College Teaching (AFACCT) in Frederick, MD. 

Holm, Todd T. (1996). “Making Global Connections in Forensics Via the Internet” A paper presented at the Speech Communication Association Convention in San Diego, CA. 

Holm, Todd T. (1995). “A Dialogue on Monologues” A paper presented at the Speech Communication Association Convention in San Antonio, TX. 

Holm, Todd T. (1995). Computing Forensic Records: The Introduction of ‘Quintillian Quantified’” A paper presented as part of the C.R.A.F.T.S. program of the Speech Communication Association Convention in San Antonio, TX. 

Holm, Todd T. (1995). “Picking the Ripest Fruits of the Vine: Recruiting Your Team” A paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association Convention in Pittsburgh, PA. 

Holm, Todd T. (1994). "After Dinner Speaking: Do We Really Need Proof?" A paper presented at the Speech Communication Association convention in New Orleans, LA. 

Holm, Todd T. (1994). "Coaching The Bottom Four: After Dinner Speaking" A paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association Convention, Washington, D.C. 

Holm, Todd T. (1994). "Time Management for Forensics Students: What Can Coaches Do?" A paper presented as part of the C.R.A.F.T.S. Panel at the 1994 Speech Communication Association Convention in New Orleans, LA. 

Holm, Todd T. (1994). "Re-Building Community: The O-Zone Collapse Scenario." Presented as a part of the G.I.F.T.S. Panel at the 1994 Speech Communication Association Convention in New Orleans, LA. 

Holm, Todd T. (1994)."To Thyne Own Class Be True: What Do Instructors Want?" A paper presented at the 1994 Speech Communication Association Convention in New Orleans, LA. 

Holm, Todd T. & Audra L. Colvert (1994). "Group Activities: Bringing Theory Into Practice." A paper presented at the Eastern Communication Association Convention in Washington, DC 

Holm, Todd, T. (1989). "Promoting your Forensics Program." A paper presented at the Red River Valley Speech Conference in Fargo, ND. 

Holm, T., Beeke, B., Larson, J., Littlefield, R., Paulson, K., & Spiczka, L. (1989).. "Communication Apprehension: A Comparative Analysis of Textbooks." A paper presented at the Red River Valley Speech Conference in Fargo, ND. 

Holm, Todd T. (1988). "The Judging/Evaluative Criteria of After Dinner Speaking." A paper presented at the Speech Communication Association convention in New Orleans, LA. 

Holm, Todd T., LaVonne Wahl and Charles Mackel (1988). "Verbal Clutter as a Regulator in Small Group Interaction." A paper presented at the Red River Valley Speech Conference in Fargo, ND.

 

  

 

Accept No Substitutes                                                                                            

Dr. Todd T. Holm