scholar | speaker | facilitator | mentor | leader
My name is Srividya. It means "wealth of knowledge." My students call me Dr. Srivi or Dr. Ramasubramanian. Here's how to pronounce my name: "Shree-vee Raa-muh-soob-ruh-money-ahn."
I am a Professor of Communication and Presidential Impact Fellow at Texas A&M University. My work focuses on pressing contemporary global issues relating to media, inclusion, and social justice. My areas of expertise are inclusive communication, anti-racism, difficult dialogues, data for social justice, critical media literacy, and mindfulness.
For workshops, talks, and consultations, see here. For current projects and recent awards, see the news page. Stay connected via social media for tips, resources, and commentary. Also check out my initiatives: Difficult Dialogues Project and Media Rise.
Let's work together for a more peaceful, just, and inclusive world.
LATEST BOOK RELEASE
Quantitative Research Methods in Communication: The Power of Numbers for Social Justice
"Research on issues of social justice could not be more timely, urgent, and fundamental. This volume provides clear and thoughtful guidance on how we can use and learn from social science research to utilize the power of numbers for social good. This volume takes the reader through every stage of the research process, including design, data collection, data analysis, and community-based scholarship. Undoubtedly this book will be foundational for scholars and students who want to use their research for social justice."
―Mary Beth Oliver, Bellisario Professor of Media Studies, Penn State University, and President Elect, International Communication Association