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Anna AntosĀ 
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Anna Antos

Associate Professor of Communication and Media Studies
Communication + Media Studies920-403-2987

Anna Antos is an associate professor of communication and media studies. Her St. Norbert College journey began in 2003 as an undergraduate student. She then moved to Milwaukee to pursue her master’s and doctorate degrees in communication. Antos returned to SNC in 2013 as a faculty member. She is the proud recipient of the Leonard Ledvina Outstanding Teaching Award (2018) and Educator of the Year Award (2021).

  • COME 122 Interpersonal Communication
  • COME 315 Conflict Communication
  • COME 322 Business and Professional Speaking
  • COME 323 Nonverbal Communication

  • B.A. – St. Norbert College
  • M.A. – University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee
  • Ph.D. – University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

  • Weight stigmatization
  • Eating disorders
  • Conflict communication
  • Difficult conversations

Maier, M., Turkewicz, K., & *Herrman, A. (2019). Relational maintenance strategies and satisfaction in the stepmother-stepdaughter dyad. The Family Journal, doi: 10.1177/1066480719852369

Maier, M., *Herrman, A., & Turkewicz, K. (2018). It takes a village: Managing conflict in the k-12 classroom. Qualitative Research Reports in Communication. doi: 10.1080/17459435.2018.1455730

*Herrman, A. R., Maier, M. A., Stache, L., & Turkewicz, K. (2018). Evaluation of similar bodies: An examination of My Body Gallery. Journal of Communications and Media Studies.

*Herrman, A. R., & Tenzek, K. E. (2017). Communication privacy management: A thematic analysis of revealing and concealing eating disorders in an online community. Qualitative Research Reports in Communication. doi: 10.1080/17459435.2017.1294617

Selected Working Manuscripts (Faculty-Student Collaboration):
Antos, A. R., Paleka, A., & Bushman, B. (under revision). Happy women are the most beautiful, but…: The use of weight stigmatization to analyze media images. Revise and Resubmit at Communication Studies.

Antos, A. R., Baeten, L., & Baretta, M. R. (under review). Friends with benefits relationships in the LGBTQIA+ community: An explorative study. Paper under review at Qualitative Research Reports.