|Ph.D.||Northwestern University, Speech Education (Communication Education)|
|M.A.||Northwestern University, Counseling Psychology|
|M.A.||Northwestern University, Speech Education|
|B.A.||Fordham University, Speech|
|Two-Year Training Program in Family Therapy, Center for Family Studies/Northwestern Medical School|
Recent Awards and Honors
|1988||National Alumni Association Excellence in Teaching Award|
|2000||Family Communication Award for Contributions to Family Communication Discipline, National Communication Association|
|2002||Robert J. Kibler Memorial Award, National Communication Association|
|2006||Galbut Outstanding Faculty Award, School of Communication|
|2006||Endowed Chair in the Humanities at Marquette University|
|2008||National Alumni Association Excellence in Teaching Award|
Galvin, K. & Terrell, J. (2000). Communication works! Communication applications in the workplace. Columbus, OH: Glencoe Press. (Senior Author)
Galvin, K. & Cooper, P. (Eds.) (1996, revised 2000, 2003, 2006). Making connections: Readings in relational communication. Los Angeles, CA: Roxbury Press.
Galvin, K. & Cooper, P. (1987, revised 1994, 1997, 1999, 2004). The basics of speech: Becoming a competent communicator. Lincolnwood, IL: National Textbook Co., plus The basics of speech workbook.
Galvin, K. (1985). Listening by doing. Lincolnwood, IL: National Textbook Co.
Galvin, K. & Brommel, B. (1982, revised 1985, 1991, 1996, 1999, 2004, 2007) Galvin, K., Bylund, C & Brommel, B. (2004, 2007). Family communication: Cohesion and change. New York: Allyn & Bacon, plus Teacher’s Manual. (Senior Author).
Articles and Book Chapters:
Galvin, K. M. (2006). Diversity’s impact on defining the family: Discourse-dependence and identity. In L.H. Turner & R. West (Eds.), The family communication sourcebook (pp. 3-20) Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
Galvin, K.M. (2006). Gender and family interaction: Dress rehearsal for an improvisation? In J. Word & B. Dow, Handbook on gender and communication (pp. 41-55) Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
Galvin, K.M. (2006). Genetic health and family interaction: Who, what, when and how to tell. In Family Focus on… the Future. National Council on Family Relations Report, December.
Galvin, K.M. (2005). Joined by hearts and words: Adoptive family relationships. In K. Floyd & M. Morman (Eds.), Widening the family circle: New research on family communication. (pp. 135-152). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
Galvin, K.M. (2005). Diversity’s legacy: The rise of discourse-dependent families. In Family Focus on… Multiple Meanings of Family. National Council on Family Relations Report, December.
Galvin, K.M., Dickson, F.C. & Marrow, S.R. (2005). Systems theory: Patterns and (w)holes in family communication. In D. Braithwaite & L. A. Baxter (Eds.), Engaging theories in family communication: Multiple perspectives. (pp. 309-324). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
Galvin, K.M. (2004). The family of the future: What do we face? In A.Vangelisti (Ed.), Handbook of family communication (pp. 675-697). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Galvin, K.M. (2004). The pastiche of gender and family communication. In P.M. Buzzanell, H. Sterk, & L. Turner (Eds.), Gender in applied communication contexts (pp. 311-316). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
Galvin, K.M. (2003). International/Transracial adoption: A communication research agenda. Journal of Family Communication, 3, 237-253.
Understanding, interpreting and creating genograms. http://www.genograms.org. (with C. Bylund) 2001, rev. 2007 (with B. Grill)
Family Communication (1998): Adaptation of distance learning package into CD-ROM interactive format for PACE (Program for Afloat College Education) and Chief of Naval Personnel. Includes student notebook.
Family Communication (1997): A 26 video, distance learning package produced by Governors State University and distributed by PBS Adult Learning Satellite Service. Includes student guidebook. (revised 2003).
Family Communication Behavior
Basic Concepts of Systems Therapy
Perspectives on Human Communication
Theories of Relational Communication
Work/Family Communication Interface
Family Complexities and Communication
Advanced Interpersonal Communication
Advanced Family Communication