is an educator, writer, and speaker whose wit and wisdom focuses on communication, community, and culture.
He is retired Professor of Mass Media and Strategic Communication at the University of Tennessee at Martin (UTM) where he taught the Public Speaking core course, Honors Public Speaking and the Rhetorical Tradition, and Communication in Professional Environments.
During his tenure at UTM he received the Cunningham Outstanding Teaching/Scholar Award, the Feature Scholar Award, and the Outstanding Junior Faculty Member of the Year Award for the College of Humanities and Fine Arts.
He is the author of two books and numerous articles. His scholarship often focuses on religion, rhetoric, and culture. He holds a PhD in Communication and a Masters of Arts Degree from Reformed Theological Seminary.
Arthur is available for interviews, speaking, and
teaching upon request.