Felicia R. Stewart, PH.D.
- Chair, Communication Studies Department
Felicia R. Stewart is a professor of communication studies and chair of the Communication Studies Department at Morehouse College. A seasoned professional, Dr. Stewart has years of experience in educating and training students, faculty, executives, trial attorneys, business teams and more in the art of effective communication. Dr. Stewart has several publications including articles on public speaking, nonverbal communication and mock trial and is an author in books on African American rhetoric, organizational culture, and political oratory. Dr. Stewart received her B.A. in legal communication and Ph.D. in rhetoric and intercultural communication from Howard University in Washington, D.C. A licensed attorney, Dr. Stewart received her J.D. from Emory University in Atlanta, Ga.
In 2017, Dr. Stewart was inducted into the Coaches Hall of Fame of the American Mock Trial Association (AMTA). Her induction was a culmination to having received AMTA’s 2007 Annual Neal Smith Award; leading Howard University, in 2003, to its second appearance in the Final Round AMTA’s National Tournament and as Coach of Howard University as the 1997 National Champion of AMTA’s National Mock Trial Tournament.
An accomplished author and writer, notable works include:
- “Valuing the History, Missions and Traditions of HBCUs”, a character building account of her experience as a student and as a professor at an HBCU.
- “ I Am Not a Thief: Retelling My Story to Understand a Racist Encounter”.
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Publications & Presentations
AWARDS AND HONORS
- American Mock Trial Association Coaches Hall of Fame