Aaron Noland, Ph.D.

 

Graduated: 

2017

Dissertation: 

Clicks, likes, and shares: Using the theory of planned behavior, self-efficacy, and impression management to predict digital activism activities

Current Employment:

Lecturer, School of Communication Studies, JMU

Research Interests
  • International nonprofit advocacy related to genocide and refugee issues
  • Faith-based nonprofit organizations
  • Motivations for nonprofit engagement
Education

M.A. Speech Communications, Miami University Oxford

B.S. Business Managment, West Virginia Wesleyan College 

Back to Top