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Katherine Loh, Ph.D.
Visiting Assistant Professor of  Communication

"My teaching philosophy is to challenge and engage my students to learn with passion, think with maturity, act with responsibility and live with meaning."

Dr. Katherine Loh is an Visiting Assistant Professor in the Communication Department. She received her Bachelors Degree from the College of Notre Dame of Maryland, her Masters Degree from George Mason University, and her Doctorate Degree from American University.

Dr. Loh has more than 10 years of teaching experience. She has taught at the College of Notre Dame of Maryland and Polk State College. She was also the Senior Consultant overseeing the Faculty and Staff Development Program at the University of Pittsburgh. When she is not teaching, Dr. Loh consults on process improvement and training programs for different businesses.

Dr. Loh is married to Dr. Henry Acosta, DMD and is the mother of two soccer-loving boys.

Courses Taught

Public Speaking; Small Group Communication; Interpersonal Communication; Intercultural Communication; Fundamentals of Oral Communication; Mass Media and Society


Ph. D., Education, American University
M. A., Telecommunicaiton, George Mason University
B. A., Communication Arts, College of Notre Dame