Graduate Teaching Assistant, Ph.D. Student


  • Role:

    Graduate Student
  • Position:

    • Graduate Teaching Assistant, Ph.D. Student
  • Concentration:

    • Organizational Communication
    • Religious Communication
  • Department:

    • Communication Studies
  • Education:

    • B.A. in Communication Studies, Biola University
    • M.A. in Communication Studies, Colorado State University


Hi! I'm Autumn (Neal) Buzzetta (she/her/hers) and I'm a Graduate Teaching Assistant here for the Communication Studies department at Colorado State University. I teach SPCM 200: Public Speaking & SPCM 100: Popular Culture. My research revolves around organizational communication, specifically within churches and faith-based organizations. In my free time, I love to hike, swim, paint, read, and play with my kitten, Estes. You can usually find me on campus with an oat milk matcha and sporting my "Colorado State University Grandpa" sweatshirt!


Cosgrove, M. R., Williams, E. A., Linvill, J., Buzzetta, A., Ojeda-Hecht, E., & Konkel, A. (2023). “It gave everybody a voice”: dissent expression through COVID-19 and the Great Resignation. Review of Communication, 1-17.