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Elisabeth Gareis

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Baruch College
Last Login: Nov 30, 2006
Member Since: Aug 25, 2006

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Dept. of Communication Studies, B8-240
Baruch College/CUNY
55 Lexington Ave.
New York, NY 10010 US

Skills & Interests

  • Education (Expert)
    Elisabeth Gareis an Ed.D. in Foreign Language Education from the University of Georgia. She teaches intercultural communication, international communication, conflict resolution, and international business communication at Baruch College/CUNY, and coordinates ESL services in spoken English and the international faculty development program at the college. Her research interests include intercultural friendship, communication education, and oral communication proficiency for second language learners.

Education History

  • B.A. (12/1979)
    Friedrich-Alexander Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Germany
  • M.A. (12/1986)
    University of Georgia
  • Ed.D. (08/1992)
    University of Georgia

Positions

  • Associate Professor (08/1994 - Current) Baruch College/CUNY

Publications

  • Wilkins, R., & Gareis, E. (2006). Emotion expression and the locution “I love you”: A cross-cultural study in International Journal of Intercultural Relations (30, 51-75).
  • Gareis, E. (2005). Pronunciation textbook discrepancies in English Teaching Forum (43 (2), 18-23).
  • Gareis, E. (2005). Relativism versus universalism: Developing a personal philosophy in Communication Teacher (19(2), 39-43).
  • Zhu, Y., Gareis, E., O'Keefe Bazzoni, J., & Rolland, D. (2005). Focus on intercultural communication: A collaborative online project between New Zealand and New York in Business Communication Quarterly (68 (1), 81-96).
  • Gareis, E., & Williams, L. (2004). International faculty development for full-time and adjunct faculty: Description of a new program in The Journal of Faculty Development (20 (1) 45-53).
  • Erbert, L. A., Pérez, F. G., & Gareis, E. (2003). Turning points and dialectical interpretations of immigrant experiences in the United States in Western Journal of Communication (67 (2), 113-137).
  • Gareis, E. (2002). Preparing graduate business students for oral communication in college. in Case studies in TESOL practice: Mainstreaming. Alexandria, VA: TESOL.
  • Gareis, E., Allard, M. S., Gill, S., & Saindon, J. J. (2000). A novel approach: Field of dreams. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press.
  • Gareis, E. (2000). Intercultural friendship: Five case studies of German students in the USA. Journal of Intercultural Studies in Journal of Intercultural Studies (21 (1), 67-91).
  • Gareis, E. (1999). Rhetoric and intercultural friendship formation in International and Intercultural Communication Annual: Rhetoric in Intercultural Contexts (22, 91-117).
  • Gareis, E. (1999). Adult friendship: Examples of intercultural patterns in Communication Yearbook (22, 430-468).
  • Gareis, E., Allard, M. S., Gill, S., & Saindon, J. J. (1998). A novel approach: Fried green tomatoes. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press.
  • Gareis, E., Allard, M. S., & Saindon, J. J. (1998). A novel approach: Shawshank redemption. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press.
  • Gareis, E., Allard, M. S., Gill, S., & Saindon, J. J. (1997). A novel approach: Being there. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press.
  • Gareis, E. (1995). Intercultural friendship: A qualitative study. Lanham, MD: University Press of America.