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Amy Stevens

Professor/Internship Coor
Art, Communication & Theater

Amy Stevens

Phone Numbers

202-559-5755 (VP)



Sorenson Language and Communication Center 1113

Office Hours

MW noon to 1.30 pm EST

Amy Stevens is a tenured professor of communication studies at Gallaudet University. Through her academic career, Professor Stevens has incorporated experiential learning in a broad range of courses including Women’s Body Image in Advertising, Civil Rights Struggles through Images and Text, and Introduction to Mass Communication. Drawing upon her degrees in journalism, communication and art, Professor Stevens taught students how to write and design 24-page booklets, multi-page websites, infographics, posters and large banners. Students also embraced two-dimensional designs in several exhibits, titled “Social Justice Sneakers: Walk in Someone Else’s Shoes,” “Tears, Trials and Triumph: The African American Story,” and “Iconic Images: One Button at a Time.”  

Professor Stevens’ MFA is in graphic design from Howard University. She serves as the internship coordinator for the Communication Studies program.

In the media:

Mass Communication, Business and Professional Communication, Introduction to Public Relations, Political Communication, Internship Seminar, Exploration of African American Art from the Harlem Renaissance to Today, Civil Rights Struggles, Women's Body Image in Advertising.

Student work:


Member of American Journalism Education Association, AIGA, Online News Association

Member of Gallaudet University's Task Force on Career Readiness 

Deaf Studies Encyclopedia, 2016


800 Florida Avenue NE
Washington, DC 20002


800 Florida Avenue NE
Washington, DC 20002