- Ph.D., Regent University, Virginia Beach, Virginia
- M.A., Regent University, Virginia Beach, Virginia
- B.A., Vanguard University, Costa Mesa, California
Associate Dean, Division of Communication, School of Fine Arts and Communication
Associate Professor, Communication Studies
Joy Qualls, associate professor of communication studies, is pleased to be joining the communication studies department as chair and associate professor. Qualls is an alumna of Vanguard University and Regent University, where she earned her bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate, respectively in communication studies, with research emphases in religious and political rhetoric. Most recently Joy served at Evangel University in Springfield, Mo. Joy is active in the National Communication Association and the Religious Communication Association. She is also a member of the Society for Pentecostal Studies. Her research agenda includes studies on gender and church leadership, evangelical political rhetoric and rhetoric in the age of tolerance. Joy has been married to her husband Kevin for 10 years, and they have two children.
National Communication Association
Society for Pentecostal Studies
Christianity and Communication Studies Network
All Such as Speak by the Spirit and Power of the Lord Jesus: Margaret Fell’s Theology of Feminine Rhetoric, Ancient-Future Communication: Communication Wisdom from Influential Christian Thinkers and Theologians throughout History, Qualls, Joy E. A. Forthcoming 2016
Women as Assemblies of God Church Planters, Using a Missional Helix for Purposeful Action: An Historical Overview, Brill Global Pentecostal and Charismatic Studies Volume on Women in Leadership, Crabtree, Loralie Robinson & Joy E. A. Qualls, Boston: Brill, Forthcoming 2016
“The God Problem: Expressing Faith and Being Reasonable” Book Review, Qualls, Joy E. A., Enrichment Journal, Fall 2013
Qualls, Joy E. A. & Melinda Booze, “Is Persuasion Necessary? Pedagogy and Practice of Persuasion as a Valid Rhetorical Methodology in an Age of Tolerance” Paper Presentation and Panel Organizer.
Qualls, Joy. E. A. “How We Talk About Gender Matters: What Evangelical Women Want in the Home, Society, and the Church” Paper presented at the 2014 National Communication Association Conference, Chicago, IL.
Qualls, Joy E. A., Swanson, Brena, Temple Christine, and Donaldson, Erin-Rae. Kelton, Mark B., Richardson, Ian. “Comparison of Communication Styles Between U.S. College Debaters & Qatari College Debaters.” Paper presented at the 4th International Conference on Argumentation, Rhetoric, Debate, and the Pedagogy of Empowerment, Doha, Qatar
Andrick, Joy E. A. “Language, Self, & the Rhetorical Ethics of Spin: A Study in Perspective.” Paper presented at the 2005 Meeting of the Eastern Communication Association, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Public Relations and Communication
Articulate Person I, II, & III
Rhetoric: Effective Communication
Frameworks Interdisciplinary Core: Order & Disorder
Argumentation and Debate
Public Speaking & Rhetoric