This blog is designed to share insights into what nonverbal communication around a college campus looks like.  Since nonverbal communication is one of the most important, yet most commonly misunderstood ways of interacting with other people, our hope is to shed some light on the common signs, signals, and cues that people encounter around different areas of campus.

Authors

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Tristan Baylock is a senior studying Accounting at North Carolina State University with a concentration in Internal Audit.  Upon graduation in December, he plans to complete the Masters of Accounting program and gain a job in public accounting.  Tristan spends the majority of his free time playing sports with friends and enjoys playing various musical instruments as well.



 

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Taylor Durham is a senior studying interpersonal communication. She loves playing volleyball, drinking coffee, and exploring around Raleigh. You can usually find her with friends, playing with puppies, and listening to music. After graduation she plans on pursuing jobs in sports communication.



 

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Taylor Trent is a senior studying Communication at North Carolina State University with a concentration in public relations and a minor in Spanish. She loves pugs, everything music related,  and pens that write well. She currently works as an intern at Capstrat, a strategic communications firm in Raleigh.  She is most interested in healthcare public relations and hopes to find a job working in that in that field upon graduation in May.

 

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