Lynn Hamilton

Professor, General Faculty
Management

Lynn Hamilton
+1 434-924-6484
Office: 
331
Education: 
M.F.A., Creative Writing, University of Virginia
M.B.A., Southern Methodist University
B.A., Journalism, University of Oklahoma
Areas of Expertise: 
Management
Communication strategy
Business writing and presentations
Investor and media relations
Professional Activities: 

Professor Hamilton teaches management communication, specifically communication strategy, public relations, business writing, and presentation skills. Her interests include media relations, communication risk, leadership communication, and corporate and professional storytelling. She teaches management communication as well as the topic of global social enterprises in the School's ICE program. She also teaches the Advanced Managerial Communication elective and teaches in the School's M.S. in MIT Program and M.S. in Commerce Program.

Professor Hamilton is co-author (with Mary Munter) of Guide to Managerial Communication, 10th edition (published by Pearson, 2013). In 2014, she was the guest co-editor of a communication-themed issue of Accounting Education: An International Journal and has been a visiting faculty member at the Danish Institute for Study Abroad in Copenhagen, Denmark. Her fiction has appeared in small literary journals.

Selected Publications:

“The Integrated Core Experience (ICE): Concept, Planning, Implementation, and Outcomes,” Journal of the Academy of Business Education, 2004 (M. Atchison, L. Hamilton, W. Kehoe and C. Zeithaml).