Michele King received her B.A. in Speech Communication from Christopher Newport University, M.S. in Corporate and Professional Communication from Radford University, and is currently working on her Ph.D. in Communication at Regent University. She is the director of the Oral Communication Studio and serves as the Communication Education chair for VACAS (Virginia Association of Communication Arts and Sciences). Since 1999, Michele has been teaching public speaking, group communication, presentation skills for international graduate students at The College of William and Mary. Michele is currently an academic advisor.
Michele is a member of NCA (National Communication Association), SSCA (Southern States Communication Association), ISBGS (International Society for Board Game Studies), and ECA (Eastern Communication Association).
- “The Game of Life: Everyone has to play.” (2004, October). Paper presented at the VACAS (Virginia Association for Arts and Sciences) convention, James Madison University, Harrisonburg, Virginia.
- Guest Speaker. (2004, January). “Nonverbal Communication and Stress: What You’re Not Saying Speaks Volumes.” Presented at Goodwill Industries of Hampton Roads, Inc., Business Advisory Council, Newport News, Virginia.
- Guest Speaker. (2004, January). “Interviewing and Perceptions: How Nonverbal Communication Can Help You Get the Job.” Presented at Goodwill Industries of Hampton Roads, Inc., Work Adjustment Training Program.
- Panel Member. (2001, September). “Multiculturalism.” VACAS convention, Fairfax, Virginia.
- Guest Speaker. (2000, August). “The Power of Language.” Presented at the Pre-Collegiate Multicultural Leadership Conference at the College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia.
- “On-line courses and the self-efficacy theory: A case study at Radford University.” (1999, September). Paper presented at the VACAS convention, Hampton, Virginia.