Rahall Communication Center
Franklin Templeton - FT 235
4200 54th Avenue South
St. Petersburg, FL 33711
Hours: 4 - 10pm, Sunday - Thursday
Location: Franklin Templeton, room 235, on the balcony facing Seibert
Rahall Center Staff Members
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My name is Maya Carl and I am a Senior here at Eckerd College, originally from New York. I am a Communication major and an Environmental Studies minor. Helping people is in my genes, so never hesitate to reach out. My favorite color is turquoise and my favorite animals are llamas. After college, I hope to enter the realm of environmental communication. I am not exactly sure what that entails, but basically I want to teach people and raise awareness about agriculture and sustainable living. Always here to help and listen..
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Kira Tangney is from Arcata, California. Kira is majoring in Economics at Eckerd College with minors in Spanish and Leadership. Her interests lie in social entrepreneurship, development economics, and international development. In addition to being a full-time student, she has four jobs on campus as a Communications Consultant at Rahall, a Resident Advisor to 36 residents, a Teaching Assistant for Economics, and an Intramural Sports Coordinator. She holds an appointed role in the Eckerd College Organization of Students (ECOS) as Director of Elections/Committee Chair and serves as a member of the ECOS Financial Affairs committee. She has been selected as a member at large of the Eckerd College Academic Honor Council. Kira also is club head of EC Road Runners and treasurer of the Coalition for Community Justice club. She works Tuesdays 4:00-7:00pm to help you with your presentations at Rahall.
James Janack earned his B.A. in Russian Studies at Colgate University, his M.A. in Speech Communication at Syracuse University, and his Ph.D. in Speech Communication at the University of Washington. He joined the Rahall Center staff in 2005. He teaches courses in oral communication at Eckerd College, including Fundamentals of Oral Communication, Argumentation and Debate, Rhetorical Theory, and Communication Research. His research explores the relationship between political rhetoric and democracy and he has published articles on the rhetoric of Jesse Ventura, Howard Dean, and Barack Obama. When he's not studying and teaching, he likes watching baseball, riding his bike and getting into the mountains.