Office: LA 345
Wednesdays from 2-4 p.m. and Thursdays from 1-2 p.m.
Communication 191: Can Giving Change the World?: Engaging Social Responsibility through Philanthropy
Communication 398: Internships
Communication 412: Communication and Conflict
Communication 422: Communication and Technology
Communication 424: Risk, Crisis and Communication
Communication 520: Seminar in Organizational Communication
Dr. Greg Larson is currently a professor at the University of
Montana . Greg received his Ph.D. from the University of Colorado-Boulder
in 2000 with a focus on organizational communication. His research examines
the interrelated topics of occupational identity, control and resistance.
His current research examines issues of identity among high-tech entrepreneurs in Montana. His research has been published in several national and international journals. Greg teaches courses in organizational communication, communication and technology, risk and crisis communication and conflict.
In his spare time, Greg enjoys playing with his two young boys and biking,
hiking, skiing and fly fishing in the mountains surrounding Missoula,
B.A. University of Utah
Ph.D. University of Colorado, Boulder
occupational identity, identification, organizational culture, entrepreneurial identities
Field of Study
Communication and Technology
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