Title: Assistant Professor of Speech Communication
Building: HPR 267
- Ph.D. in Communication, Regent University, 2012
- M.A. in Human Communication, Abilene Christian University, 2007
- B.S. in Public Relations and Communication, College of the Ozarks, 2004
Dr. Justin Velten serves as Assistant Professor of Communication at The University
of Texas at Tyler, where he teaches courses on Intercultural, Interpersonal, and Persuasive
Communication. Before coming to UT Tyler, Dr. Velten served as Major Gifts Officer
with Herald of Truth Ministries, an expatriate-focused Christian media missions organizations
and Go Culture International Coach for expatriates preparing for international and
intercultural experiences. His research interests lie within intercultural readiness
training within education and missions as well as student engagement through service-learning.
He has assisted the UT Tyler Global Awareness Through Education (GATE) program with intercultural readiness training and program assessment and has presented Service-Learning research in Canada and as well as Intercultural Communication research at the International Communication Association conference in Lodz, Poland, and was invited to speak at the International Intercultural Communication Scholars conference in Hong Kong and the Modern Society in the Context of Multicultural Communication conference in Moscow, Russia.
Dr. Velten has also published research manuscripts in various areas related to the field of Communication and provides interpersonal, organizational, and intercultural communication consultation to local and multinational organizations.
Scholarly Contributions and Creative Productions