Lynne Kelly joined the University of Hartford in 1982, after earning a B.A. in Speech Education from New York State College at Oneonta, and her M.A. and Ph. D. in Speech Communication from the Pennsylvania State University. She teaches courses in organizational communication, interpersonal communication, group communication and communication skills. Her current research interests include the nature and treatment of shyness and speech anxiety, and computer-mediated communication and relationships. She has co-authored four books and has published or presented over a hundred papers on communication topics. She has received two awards for teaching excellence at the University of Hartford, the 1996-98 Harry Jack Gray Distinguished Teaching Humanist, and the 1999 Roy E. Larsen Award for Excellence in Teaching. In September 1999 she was featured in the Hartford Courant Northeast Magazine as one of twelve "Hot Profs" in Connecticut.
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