College of Communication > Faculty & Staff > Faculty A-Z > Kendra Knight
Kendra Knight is an assistant professor of Communication Studies. She completed her MA and PhD in human communication at Arizona State University. She specializes in work/life communication, “casual” sexual relationships and experiences (e.g., friends with benefits), and interpersonal conflict and transgressions. She teaches classes in interpersonal communication theory, quantitative research methods, conflict management, and work/family communication.
Her published research appears in
Journal of Family Communication,
Women & Language,
Journal of Sex Research,
Western Journal of Communication, and
Emerging Adulthood, among others.
Knight is an active member of the National Communication Association and the Work Family Researchers Network. She is a past board member of the International Association of Relationship Research. She currently serves as the Assessment Coordinator for the College of Communication.