Bruno Teboul is the interim dean of the College of Communication. Previously, he was the associate dean responsible for managing the college schedule, the course bulletin and catalog, online teaching evaluations, and he has served as director of adjunct faculty. He also has chaired the college tenure and promotion personnel committee for the better part of the last decade.
Teboul, who joined the DePaul faculty in 1992, is an expert in organizational communication. His principal research and teaching interests include organizational assimilation and learning, small group communication, and communication in multicultural organizations.
He has published in Management Communication Quarterly, The Howard Journal of Communications, Communication Research Reports, The International and Intercultural Communication Annual, Western Journal of Communication and Communication Theory. His most recent publications include an article on foreign language myths in the workplace and a piece examining relationship development processes in organizations.
A native of France, Teboul received his BA in international relations from the Universidade do Minho, Portugal, in 1985. In 1986, he moved to the U.S. to pursue graduate work in communication. He received his MA and PhD in communication in 1988 and 1992, respectively, from The Ohio State University.
Established in 2007, the College of Communication is the fourth-largest provider of Bachelor's degrees in communication in Illinois and second in the Chicago area. It is the second-largest provider of Master's degrees in communication in the state. The college offers eight undergraduate majors and seven Master's programs.