Frederick Corey worked at ASU from 1986 to 2021. In addition to his faculty role in communication studies, he served in numerous administrative roles, including vice provost, dean of University College, director of the School of Letters and Sciences and associate dean of the College of Public Programs. Throughout his career at ASU, Corey focused on undergraduate student success through academic advising, degree planning, major and career exploration, and innovations in technology that provide students access to the tools they need to thrive. His research and instruction interests focus on communication and culture with an emphasis on ethnographic writing, cultural performance and narrative. Professor Corey has published widely in journals and edited collections in communication studies. His articles have appeared in Text and Performance Quarterly, Canadian Journal of Political and Social Theory, Western Journal of Communication, Journal of Homosexuality, Communication Studies, and Communication and the Disenfranchised. He has served as editor of Text and Performance Quarterly, and his work in HIV education has been funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.