Ali Gattoni

Senior Teaching Faculty, Undergraduate Internship Director
 Johnston Hall 232


PhD, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2013
MA, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2006
BA, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, 2002

Teaching Interests

Instructional communication, organizational communication, and group communication.

Courses Taught

Undergraduate Courses                                                                                                                    Commun 103 – Public Speaking
Commun 105 – Business and Professional Communication
Commun 300 – Interviewers and Interviewing
Commun 310 – Communication in Organizations
Commun 323 – Communication in Groups and Teams
Commun 327 – Instructional Communication for Human Resource Trainers                                  Commun 410 – Organizational Communication Technology                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Graduate Courses                                                                                                                                      Commun 823 – Seminar in Small Group Communication                                                                          Commun 837 – Instructional Communication in the College Classroom

Selected Publications

Riforgiate, S. E., Gattoni, A., & Kane, S. R. (2022). Graduate teaching assistants’ liminality and post-COVID-19 educational legacy. In M. G. Strawser (Ed.) Higher education implications for teaching and learning during COVID-19. Lexington Books.

Riforgiate, S. E., Gattoni, A. & Kahlow, J. A. (2021). “Shhhhh, I’m working!”: Working from home and struggling to manage relationships. In C. Liberman & K. Wright (Ed.) Casing Mediated Communication. Kendall Hunt.

Riforgiate, S. E., Gattoni, A., & Kirby, E. L. (2019). Organizing the organizational communication course: Content and pedagogical recommendations. Journal of Communication Pedagogy, 2, 7–11.