Dr. Jennifer Huynh Thi Anh Morrison
Lecturer & Undergraduate Advisor
Preferred: (408) 924-5415
Mondays 9am-1pm by appointment
I am holding advising and office hours by appointment on Mondays between 9:00am-1:00pm. PLEASE READ OVER ALL STEPS BEFORE BOOKING YOUR APPOINTMENT. All appointments are scheduled on Mondays between 9:00am-1:00pm. If you see a different time, please adjust your Google calendar setting. All APPOINTMENT TIMES FOLLOW PACIFIC STANDARD TIME.
STEP 1: SELECT A SINGLE 30-MINUTE TIME SLOT at https://www.google.com/calendar/selfsched?sstoken=UUEzTlI5V0llbDF1fGRlZmF1bHR8NTY5NmI5ZDliYWY5ZjI2ZTk3OGY2NTQwMTBjNjEyMTU. You are allowed to choose one appointment time slot each week to ensure each Communication student has the opportunity to see an advisor or instructor. YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR CANCELLING YOUR OWN APPOINTMENTS WITHIN 24 HOURS OF YOUR APPOINTMENT DATE AND TIME. You will forfeit your appointments for the semester if you do not cancel your appointment and/or fail to show up during your scheduled appointment.
STEP 2: YOU WILL NEED TO BRING THE APPROPRIATE FORMS TO YOUR ADVISING APPOINTMENT. Advisors do not print documents for advisees.
You will always need to bring a completed major plan or minor plan form to your advising appointments. FILL OUT AND BRING YOUR MY MAJOR PLAN OR MY MINOR PLAN with you to your next advising appointment. PLEASE DOWNLOAD AND COMPLETE either form at http://www.sjsu.edu/comm/undergraduates/forms/index.html.
HOW TO BECOME A COMM MAJOR OR MINOR? Learn more about the program and the requirements to become a COMM major or minor at http://www.sjsu.edu/comm/docs/COMM_major_overview.pdf.
Freshmen & Sophomores: Complete 6 lower division units in Communication Studies with a minimum 2.0 GPA
Juniors, Seniors & Transfers: Complete 6 – 8 upper division units in Communication Studies with a minimum 2.0 GPA
You may visit the Advising Hub to determine your student status at http://www.sjsu.edu/advising/for_students/.
Please print out and bring a CHANGE OR MAJOR/MINOR FORM at http://www.sjsu.edu/registrar/students/change_of_major/index.html to your advising appointment. Please note that you need to attach an unofficial transcript, personal statement, graduation application, and minor graduation paperwork to your “90 units or more” change of major/minor form. You only need to attach an unofficial transcript if you are completing the “fewer than 90 units” change of major/minor form.
NEED EXCESS UNITS? Read more about applying for excess units petitions at http://www.sjsu.edu/registrar/forms/. You will need to bring an EXCESS UNITS PETITION to your appointment if you meet the requirements and date regulations.
NEED TO APPLY FOR GRADUATION? Please bring your GRADUATION APPLICATION and My Major Plan or My Minor Plan with you to your appointment. Graduation applications are available at http://www.sjsu.edu/registrar/forms/.
IF YOU HAVE A MINOR, you will need to meet with your minor advisor to complete all minor paperwork before your advising appointment. Please bring your minor completion paperwork in a SIGNED SEALED ENVELOPE to the advising appointment along with your graduation application and your completed My Major Plan.
ALREADY APPLIED FOR GRADUATION? You will need to pick up your GRADUATION PAPERWORK from the department office (HGH 108) before meeting with an advisor. Advisors cannot help you unless you have your graduation paperwork with you at the time of your visit. Graduation paperwork is not visible through MySJSU.
NEED TO SUBSTITUTE COURSE WORK? You will need to bring a SUBSTITUTION FORM to your advising appointment along with a copy of your graduation paperwork. Substitution forms can be found at http://www.sjsu.edu/registrar/forms/.
STEP 3: WHERE TO FIND ME? My office is located in the Hugh Gillis Hall Room 201. Please use the campus map to locate Hugh Gillis Hall (HGH), http://www.sjsu.edu/parkingtransportationmaps/index.html.
- Doctor of Philosophy, Communication, Univ Of Denver, Colorado, United States, 2010
- Master of Arts, Communication, CSU-San Jose, California, United States, 2003
I teach a variety of communication courses ranging from public speaking to intercultural communication in the department of Communication Studies at San José State University. I received my Doctor of Philosophy in Communication and Culture from the department of Human Communication Studies at the University of Denver. My dissertation is titled, Authenticating Người Mỹ Gốc Việt: Vietnamese Americans and the Struggle for Identity. In 2003, I received my Master’s of Arts in Intercultural Communication from the department of Communication Studies at San José State University. My master's thesis focuses on multiraciality and identity. Before my graduate work, I received my Bachelor’s of Arts in Speech Communication from San José State University.