W. Littlejohn, Ph.D.
| Ph.D., University of Utah,
Office: Room 237, 505-450-3526
Visiting Lecturer II
Published widely on topics related to communication,
conflict, and dialogue
- Theories of Human Communication, now in its tenth edition.
- Moral Conflict: When Social Worlds Collide, as a coauthor
- Engaging Communication in Conflict: Systematic Practice
- Facework: Bridging Theory and Practice
- Sage Encyclopedia of Communication Theory, co-editor
Courses in mediation and interpersonal communication. Specializes
in online education.
In 2008, Dr. Littlejohn was awarded the Paul Bartlett Peace
Prize by UNM for his international work in mediation and peacemaking.
The prize is awarded to a UNM student, faculty, staff person, or retiree
who has demonstrated notable achievements in promoting world peace
and understanding. He was recognized for his work in mediation.
Recently he was awarded the Outstanding
Part-Time Instructor at C&J.
As a communication consultant, Dr. Littlejohn facilitates planning
and decision-making processes in educational institutions, communities,
corporations, and agencies. He works as a mediator with individuals,
groups, and organizations throughout the United States and abroad
to create constructive dialogue and effective conflict management.
Dedicated to improving human relationships, Dr. Littlejohn uses a
systems approach and emphasizes communication in his work.