Andrew Dohanos

Associate Professor
Ph.D., University of Utah

Andrew Dohanos

Andrew DohanosAssociate Professor

Ph.D., University of Utah

Dr. Andrew Dohanos is an associate professor in the department of communication arts and sciences. He graduated from Baldwin Wallace University (then Baldwin-Wallace College) with a Bachelor of Arts in business administration. He completed a master’s degree in communication theory and research at West Virginia University and earned a doctorate in communication studies from the University of Utah. 

While completing his doctoral program and dissertation, Dohanos was employed at a residential treatment center for adolescents. His research and research interests stem from his work with the families at this facility. Specifically, Dohanos has researched the communication processes and patterns associated with emotion expression, coaching and dismissal in the context of family therapy. 

Dohanos teaches courses in interpersonal communication, public and presentational speaking, communication theory and communication research methods. Beyond the traditional classroom, Dohanos enjoys engaging with students as an advisor to the Baldwin Wallace Habitat for Humanity chapter, as the co-director of the seminar in Germany study-abroad program, a project manager for the Center for Innovation and Growth and as a faculty-mentor for the BW baseball team. 

Dohanos serves as the chair of the Baldwin Wallace University institutional review board.