Sarah Sheldrick

Instructor, Communication Studies

503-838-8152 | sheldricks@wou.edu
BELL 123

At WOU since

01/07/2013

Office Hours

MonTuesWedsThursFri
10-410-4 10-4 
All office hours are Online. Additional by appointment.

Course schedule

Fall 2022
CRNCourseTitleTimesLocation
11322 OL633 ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION S 0900-1130 VICK 221
10536 COM340 CONFLICT MANAGEMENT T 1730-1920 ONLINE CRS
10537 COM370 COMMUNICATION ETHICS - ONLINE CRS
11322 OL633 ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION - HYBRD* CRS
11206 COM351 FOUNDATNS HEALTH COMMUNICATION F 1200-1350 BELL 235

Professional experience

Sarah Sheldrick is dedicated to inspiring creative people to develop and reach their goals. She has a strong vision of community that is considerate of equity, respect, collaboration, empathy, inclusion, celebration of achievements, and continuing development of individual’s abilities. Her area of academic and practical work is in environmental science, conflict management, documentary filmmaking, and theater.  In her work, she has met with a diverse group of stakeholders including, native tribes, city manager, farmers, ranchers, city council, state representatives.

Sarah has spent her professional career focused ethical and effective skills for oral and written communication. Sarah brings knowledge of conflict resolution, stakeholder engagement, and creative approaches to problem solving and collaborative governance.  Her current research project is looking at Nestle Waters North America and the communication process that is inclusive of local communities, awareness of environmental risk, and drinking water scarcity. She has currently completed her mediation certification in Water conflict management and transformation.




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