Corey Ann Clem
DR. COREY ANN CLEM earned her Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Communication from Oklahoma State University. She then earned her Master of Science in Agricultural Communication and Ph.D. in Agricultural Communication and Education from Texas Tech University. Dr. Clem has been fortunate to spend the last three years in the College of Media and Communication in the Department of Professional Communication. While teaching business communication courses, she has also served as the Career Coordinator for the college where she coordinates the career fair, connects students to jobs and internships, and focuses on bring career-related workshops to our students.
Prior to serving as a faculty member full-time, Dr. Clem worked at the TTU School of Law and taught technical writing in the English Department. While working on her M.S. and Ph.D., Dr. Clem served as a graduate assistant, teaching classes in agricultural communications.
Dr. Clem's research has focused on bridging the gap between what employers expect of their new hires and what competencies students possess upon graduation. Dr. Clem received the Association for Communication Excellence “Outstanding Dissertation” award in 2014 for her dissertation, “Knowledge, Skills, and Competencies Needed for Agricultural Communications Graduates: A Delphi Study.”
She resides in New Home, Texas with her husband, Jordan, and two daughters, Blakely and Ellie. Dr. Clem serves on both the New Home ISD School Board and as a National CMV Foundation Community Chair.