Communication Studies
Eve-Anne M. Doohan

Eve-Anne M. Doohan

Associate Professor

Eve-Anne Doohan joined the faculty at USF in 2004. She received her PhD in Speech Communication from the University of Washington in 2004. She completed her MA at the University of Washington and her BA at Gonzaga University. She studies the communication of married couples, with a particular interest in relational history narratives and their connection to marital and individual outcomes. She is also interested in married couples who perceive fundamental differences between them, and the idea of similarity versus difference in marriage. She teaches the following courses in the Department of Communication Studies: Communication and Everyday Life, Interpersonal Communication, Family Communication, Nonverbal Communication, and Communication Studies Internship. She is the faculty advisor to the Communication Studies honor society, Lambda Pi Eta. She also writes a blog for the department at, and maintains the department Twitter and Facebook profiles.


PhD University of Washington
MA University of Washington
BA Gonzaga University

Research Areas

Verbal and Nonverbal Communication between Married Couples
Family Narratives

Courses Offered
  • Family Communication
  • Interpersonal Communication
  • Communication Studies Internship
  • Communication and Everyday Life
  • Nonverbal Communication

Faculty Advisor, Lambda Pi Eta
Faculty Advisor, Delta Zeta Sorority