Download Adobe Reader

Faculty and Staff Profile

Sara Grumbles Crocker


Office: Daniel 416
Phone: 864-656-1567

 Educational Background

MA Communication, Technology, and Society
Clemson University 2014

BA Communication
Anderson University 2009

 Courses Taught

COMM 1500
COMM 2500


Sara G. Crocker is a lecturer in the department of Communication at Clemson University. She primarily teaches COMM 2500: Public Speaking, which is part of the general education curriculum at the university. Sara participates in university life in other ways by serving as a summer reading facilitator and faculty advisor for Clemson's chapter of Youth Movement Against Alzheimer's (YMAA). Each spring semester she teaches dual enrollment courses for the department of Communication at T.L. Hanna High School in Anderson, S.C.

 Research Interests

Religious communication, pedagogy, gender studies, technology apprehension

 Research Publications

Crocker, S. & Hulehan, J. (2015, February). What a tangled web we weave: Technology apprehension and achievement emotions. Paper presented at the meeting of the National Association of Developmental Education, Greenville, S.C.

Crocker, S. (2013, February) Flash without feminism: A glimpse into the politics of gender in the American megachurch. Paper presented at Florida State University’s 12th Annual Graduate Student Symposium: The Politics of Religion, Tallahassee, FL.

 Honors and Awards

Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Communication Studies, Clemson University (2014)
20 Under 40 Award Recipient, Anderson Independent-Mail (2013)
Achievement Award for Outstanding Accomplishment in Communication, Anderson University (2009)


Curriculum Vitae