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Faculty Profile

DEBORAH WOODRICK HALL

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INTEGRATED MARKETING COMMUNICATION
INSTRUCTIONAL ASSISTANT PROFESSOR OF INTEGRATED MARKETING COMMUNICATION
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114 FARLEY HALL
UNIVERSITY, MS 38677
(662) 915-7146
Joined UM: 01/22/2016

Areas of Expertise

  • BUSINESS COMMUNICATION
  • BUSINESS WRITING
  • BUSINESS, COMMUNICATION SKILLS AND INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION
  • BUSINESS, ETIQUETTE
  • BUSINESS, ORAL AND WRITTEN COMMUNICATION
  • BUSINESS, PRESENTATIONS
  • COMMUNICATION, INTERPERSONAL
  • COMMUNICATION, INTERPERSONAL BUSINESS
  • COMMUNICATION, LISTENING
  • CORPORATE AND MANAGERIAL COMMUNICATION
  • CRISIS MANAGEMENT ON COLLEGE CAMPUSES
  • CRISIS PUBLIC RELATIONS
  • ETHICS, BUSINESS
  • MANAGEMENT
  • MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING
  • PUBLIC RELATIONS
  • PUBLIC SPEAKING
  • PUBLIC SPEAKING COACH
  • RISK COMMUNICATION
  • RISK MANAGEMENT
  • VOLUNTEER LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT
  • WRITING
  • WRITING SKILLS
  • WRITING, BUSINESS REPORTS
  • WRITING, LETTERS AND MEMOS

Brief Bio

Deborah (Debbie) Woodrick Hall is Instructional Assistant Professor of Integrat Marketing Communications. Mrs. Hall earned a Master of Business Administration the University of Mississippi in 1980 while she was working in the Vice Chancellor's Office as Academic Program Coordinator and a Bachelor of Business Administration in 1977. Ms. Hall helped to coordinate the first online registration at Ole Miss. When she left the University in 1983, she began a career in Public Relations that led her to work with the Girl Scouts, United Methodist Senior Services of Mississippi, the United Methodist Children's Home of Alabama and West Florida, United Way of Northeast Mississippi, and Boys and Girls Clubs of Northeast Mississippi. At each of these organizations, she also held the job of fundraiser. Ms. Hall also served as Community Relations Director at North Mississippi State Hospital. During her tenure, she was recognized as the Junior Professional of the Year by the Mississippi Hospital Association and was a graduate of the first Focus Program, a leadership development program of the Mississippi Department of Mental Health.

Degrees

BBA
ACCOUNTING
THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI/UNIVERSITY,MS (1977)
MBA
MANAGEMENT
THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI/UNIVERSITY,MS (1980)