Cameron Piercy

Assistant Professor
Primary office:
Office: 6C Bailey Hall


Cameron W. Piercy (PhD, University of Oklahoma) is an Assistant Professor of Relationships and Digital Media. He researches dynamic socio-technical networks facilitated by new media, especially as they relate to job search and other organizational contexts. His dissertation, “Strength of weak ties and the modern job search,” won the 2017 NCA Human Communication Technology Division outstanding dissertation award. His research is published in communication and psychology journals including: Communication Research, Communication Studies, Computers in Human Behavior, Simulation and Gaming, and AIS Transactions on Human Computer Interaction.

Dr. Piercy teaches undergraduate and graduate classes in the Relationships and Social Interaction area of Communication Studies. Specifically, his classes focus on computer-mediated communication, organizational communication, and network analysis.    

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