Dr Tess Maginess, Senior Teaching Fellow from the Open Learning Programme at Queen’s University Belfast no less, has made a mention of Allen in her Welcome message introducing the new Open Learning Programme 2008-2009. She said:

Communication – or the lack of it – is a big issue too and Allen Baird is on hand to give you an exciting and challenging perspective on a whole range of issues including non-verbal communication and the power (and, some of us would say, the necessity) of humour. So he offers us, The Power of Humour: How to be Funny and Body to Body: How to Communicate Without Words, while Helen Torr and Rob Mark complement Allen’s insights in their courses on Public Speaking.

Great to get a mention by the big guns.