|Jim DiSanza, Ph.D., Associate|
Jim DiSanza is a communications professor at Idaho State University.
Education: Jim holds a Ph.D. in Communication from Penn State University, an M.A. in Communication from San Francisco State University, and a B.A. in Communication from Cal State, Stanislaus.
Writing: He is the co-author of Business and Professional Communication: Plans, Processes, and Performance, and Can You Make an Argument Without Being in an Argument. Jim has also been published in many management journals.
Passions: Jim's passion lies in management communication, with a particular interest in making real world applications of organizational theories. Jim is actively involved in community action committees and presents at regional and national conferences.