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Jeanine Aumiller

Jeanine Aumiller

Department of Communication Studies
Division of Communication
School of Fine Arts and Communication



  • MA, Rhetoric and Public Address, Bob Jones University
  • BA, Rhetoric and Public Address, Bob Jones University


About Jeanine

Jeanine Aumiller has taught in the Division of Communication at BJU for more than 25 years.  She earned an M.A. in Rhetoric and Public Address from BJU in 1998.  Though her teaching field has primarily been public communication and persuasion, she also taught interviewing, small group communication, political communication, and argumentation.  Currently, Jeanine is teaching one course-Persuasion- but her full time position is the Director of Alumni Relations at BJU.  In this role, she manages a team as they attempt to build a unified and dynamic community of BJU alumni through strategic messaging across multiple platforms, in-person events, opportunities to give back, and constituency services. 

During her undergraduate years, Jeanine distinctly remembers her Communication instructors emphasizing that as image bearers, we were created uniquely to communicate.  As a result, she believes part of our central purpose is to develop our communication abilities to best reflect Christ.  She strives to effectively instill in her students a correct motivation for developing their communication skills and to provide the means by which they can develop those skills.

Outside of her teaching responsibilities, Jeanine is active in her local church where she serves as a Sunday school teacher and the interior design coordinator.   In her free time, she loves to read, travel, and design spaces.