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photo of Dr. Juliann Scholl Juliann C. Scholl, Ph.D.

 
current city: hometown:
Lubbock, TX Tilden, NE

college:
 
University of Nebraska, Lincoln (BA)
University of Alabama (MA)
University of Oklahoma (PhD)

 
  favorite quotation:  
  "I'm selfish, impatient and a little insecure. I make mistakes. I am out of control and at times hard to handle. But if you can't handle me at my worst, then you sure as hell don't deserve me at my best."
Marilyn Monroe

  activities/interests:  
  reading historical fiction
road cycling
hiking
traveling
cross stitch

 
  favorite TV show:  
  The Daily Show

 
  favorite book:  
  "A people's history of the United States"
Howard Zinn

  why did you study communication?  
  I wanted (and still do) to understand how people use and manipulate meanings in order to get what they want and to accomplish relational and work-related goals.

  why is your chapter important?  
  We will all be called on to give a speech that brings people together and/or shows family and friends how much we appreciate them. The ability to give a special occasion speech is a skill that will prove valuable over the course of your entire life.

  where is the most amazing travel destination you have ever been, and why?
 

Peru—hands down. The Andes were beautiful, especially Machu Picchu. But the people were the best part—so friendly and authentic. I want to go back someday.

  If you had a "theme song" that played whenever you walked into a room of people, what would it be?
  "It's a Beautiful Day"
Ziggy Marley
 

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