Cheryl Ann Lambert
Professor Lambert earned her doctorate from the University of Tennessee-Knoxville (UTK) in the College of Communication and Information. While at UTK, her primary area of study was public relations and her secondary area was health communication.
Lambert has published work about priority information needs in the scholarly journal Communication and Social Change and was a 2008 panel presenter discussing online health information-seeking at the annual convention of the Broadcast Education Association. She also co-authored a paper about how news publications frame obesity for the annual conference of the International Communication Association in 2007; additionally, she co-authored and presented a paper at the 2006 annual conference for the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication about how national newspapers frame public relations.
Lambert has teaching experience at UTK and at Robert Morris College in Chicago. Her professional experience includes seven years in public relations at a Fortune 100 company and five years of editorial experience at two national trade publications.
BA, Illinois State University
MA, Temple University
PhD, University of Tennessee-Knoxville