"Teaching--where art and science coexist."
Professor Mazo is a Florida native. She attended Brevard public schools and still resides in the area with her husband, her two children, and her two dogs. In 2006, she published her creative memoir Pet Tails, One Woman's Four--Legged Family, and on occasion, she free-lance writes for various periodicals.
B.S. English Language Arts Education University of Central Florida 1991
M.S. Computer Education, Instructional Technology Florida Institute of Technology 1996
Professor Mazo teaches Scientific and Technical Communication, Professional Communication for Executives, and Speech. Previously, she taught Language Arts and media studies as well as serving as a peer leader in the Brevard Public School system.
Chair, Career Workshop Series in Communication 2013-present
Lambda Pi Eta National Communication Honor Society Advisor 2016-present
Scientific and Technical Communication
Professional Communication for Executives
Mazo, Keturah. "Doolittle" Chicken Soup for the Soul: The Cat Really Did That? Chicken Soup for the Soul, LLC. 2017. p. 150.
"Utilizing Mass Media to Inspire Undergraduates" presented at Ohio University's Global Conference for Communication Development and Social Change April 2, 2010 in Athens, OH.
"Professional Communication across the Disciplines" presented at AAUP Annual Conference on the State of Higher Education, June 15, 2012 in Washington, D.C.
"Turning Vision into Action" presented at SoTL Commons Conference on March 25, 2015 in Savannah, GA.
"From Abstract to Concrete: the challenge to redefine the way undergraduates interpret and present the peer reviewed journal article" presented at IOSSBR Fall 2015 conference on November 13, 2015 in Boca Raton, FL.
- Computers and internet usage in the Language Classroom
- Cultural "Mapping" of Communication Styles
- Electronic Portfolio for careers
- Action Boards/Infographics
- Social Media for Small Business
Research & Project Interests
- Cultural Differences in Communication
- Tribes and Leadership
- Technology Use in the Communication Classroom