Dr. Warren earned her doctoral degree in Instructional Communication from the University of Kentucky in 2011. Her areas of expertise include experiential and service-learning, program assessment, student engagement, and curriculum design and instruction. She also studies instructional communication within health contexts, specifically patient-provider communication among patients who suffer from chronic illness. She has taught courses in patient advocacy, health policy and politics, research methods, mentoring and outreach and composition and communication.
Warren, J. L., & Kercsmar, S. K. (in press). Service-Learning: History, Theory, and Research (Chapter 3).
Warren, J. L., Kercsmar, S. K., & Devito, A. (2022). Understanding the impact of the $100 Solution on community partnerships. Journal of Community Engagement & Scholarship, 14(2), Article 12.
Warren, J. L., Clancy, K., Brady, C., Rump, K., & New-Oglesby, T. (2021). Toward improving physician/patient communication regarding invisible chronic illness (ICI): The potential of mHealth technology in instructional communication. Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 4, 34-51.
Warren, J. L., & Sellnow, D. D. (2021). Increasing learning while serving the community: Student engagement as the key to learning in a public speaking course. Journal of Higher Education Outreach & Engagement, 25(1), 1-11.
Warren, J. L. (2013). Does service-learning increase student learning?: A meta-analysis. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning, 18(2), 56-61.
Warren, J. L., Chih, M. Y., & Sellnow, D. D. (March, 2022). Using mHealth technology to improve physician/patient communication among patients suffering from invisible chronic illnesses (ICIs): Phase II. Presented at the 12th International Crisis and Risk Communication Conference. Orlando, Fl.
Warren, J. L., Brady, C., & Clancy, K. (November, 2020). Exploring male and female POTS patients’ experiences with their physicians. Presented to the 106th annual conference of the National Communication Association. Indianapolis, IN (virtual).
Remer-Eskridge, R., Meiller, C., & Warren, J. L. (October, 2019). Assessing the impact of peer mentorship on student success. Institutional Initiative Proposal presented to the 26th National Conference on Students in Transition. Orlando, FL.
Kercsmar, S. K., & Warren, J. L. (October, 2018). The impact of college-level discussions on inter-professional education on curriculum redesign of a Clinical Leadership & Management program. American Society of Allied Health Professionals. [Poster]
Warren, J. L., & Kercsmar, S. (January, 2018). $100 Solution: Moving from the Classroom to the Real World. Lilly Conference on Evidence-Based Teaching & Learning. Austin, TX [Poster].
Reynolds, M. A., Brashear, T., Warren, J. L., & Untch, L. D. (November, 2015). Hiding behind the podium: Instructor self-disclosure of health problems in the classroom. 101st annual conference of the National Communication Association, Las Vegas, NV. [Poster]
Warren, J. L., Sellnow, D. D., & Usher, E. (November, 2014). Examining the relationship between self- efficacy and performance: The public speaking self-efficacy scale. 100th annual meeting of the National Communication Association, Chicago, IL. [Paper]
Warren, J. L., Usher, E., & Sellnow, D. D. (November, 2013). Does service-learning influence the development of public speaking self-efficacy (Top Paper Panel). 99th annual meeting of the National Communication Association, Washington D.C. [Paper]