Courtney Gibson, Ph.D.
Dr. Gibson is a lifelong Red Raider and began at Texas Tech University as an assistant professor in agricultural communications in 2015. She has taught ACOM 2302 - Scientific Writing in Agriculture and Natural Resources, ACOM 2305 - Digital Communications in Agriculture, ACOM 3305 - Layout and Design in Agricultural Sciences, ACOM 4305 - Agricultural Communications Campaigns, ACOM 5306 - Foundation of Agricultural Communications, ACOM 5308 - Utilizing Online Media in Agricultural Communications, IS 1101 - TTAP Academic Skills, and IS 1102 - AVID Skills. She also currently serves as the co-advisor of the Texas Tech chapter of Agricultural Communicators of Tomorrow (ACT).
Dr. Gibson previously served as an instructor in agricultural communications following the completion of her Ph.D. in 2014. Prior to her doctoral program, she spent four years teaching junior high social studies and served as the social studies department chair at Harmony School of Innovation in Houston, TX. She has been recognized for her teaching abilities through several awards including the 2014 Helen DeVitt Jones Excellence in Graduate Teaching Award at Texas Tech University and the 2011 Outstanding Teacher Award from Harmony Public Schools. She was also named the Doctoral Student of the Year in 2014 for the Department of Agricultural Education and Communications.
Dr. Gibson is a native of Texas and an avid Red Raider. She earned her Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Communications in 2006, her Master of Science in Agricultural Communications in 2008, and her Ph.D. in Agricultural Communications and Education in 2014, all from Texas Tech.
Dr. Gibson and her husband, Bryan, enjoy cheering on the Red Raiders, traveling, reading, and playing with their two Jack Russell Terrier mixes.
Contact Dr. Gibson at 806-834-8766 or firstname.lastname@example.org.