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Minnesota State University, Mankato

Minnesota State University, Mankato
Communication Studies

NCA 2002

Page address: http://www.mnsu.edu/cmst/news/nca2002.html

Faculty

Daniel Cronn-Mills

"Service-Learning Comes of Age in Communication: Resources to Make it Happen"
Officer: Council of Forensic Organizations // Argumentation and Forensics Division Business Meeting
Officer: Argumentation and Forensics Division Business Meeting

Nan Johnson-Curiskis

Paper: "Effective Listening-Experiential Approaches.

Lisa A. Perry

Chair: Pressure, Social Stigma, and Paternalism: Student Papers on Media and Governmental Influences on Obesity
Chair: Courtroom Communication in Action
Chair: Proactive Pedagogy: Engaging and Transforming Student Resistance to Feminist Communication Theories
Respondent: Courtroom Communication in Action
Officer: NCA 2003 Convention Planners Business Meeting
Officer: American Society for the History of Rhetoric Business Meeting
Officer: Commission on Communication and Law Business Meeting

Warren Sandmann

Paper: "When Privacy and Expression Collide: Conflicting Rights and Responsibilities in Gonzaga V. Doe and Owasso V. Falvo."
Respondent: Competitive Papers in Freedom of Expression: Communication Theory and Suppression of Speech in Times of Crisis
Instructor: Short Course 17: Managing Communication Teacher Education Programs
Officer: Freedom of Expression Commission Business Meeting

Kristen P. Treinen

Paper: "Communication in Action: Educating Graduate Teaching Assistants in the Communication Needs of At Risk Students."
Panelist: Communication as Action: Reflexive Auto/Ethnography as Process: Changing Lenses, Adjusting Perspectives, Reframing Narratives

Graduate Students

Brent A. Bonine

Paper: "Memoirs of a Master's Student in Search of a Ph.D. Program."

Stephen M. Croucher

Paper: "Regional Differences: Is There Really A Difference?"
Chair: Retention Issues and Hopeful Solutions for the Forensics Community
Chair: Searching for that Illustrious Ph.D. Program: How it can be Tackled and Hopefully Made Easier through Various Perspectives
Respondent: Retention Issues and Hopeful Solutions for the Forensics Community

Kathryn Dederichs

Paper: "Obese Women In Films: A Look At Qualifying Statements and Implications Of Overweight Women In the Movies.

Louisa A. Eckert

Paper: "Running Ahead, A Good Fit: In Search of a Doctoral Program from a Single Parent Perspective."
Panelist: Communication Students in Action: The Experience of the Non-Traditional Female Graduate Student

Anne E. Gerbensky

Paper: "Obesity and Overweight as a Public Health Threat: An Analysis of the Surgeon General's Call To Action."
Paper: "Awareness As A Radical Idea: Mary Fisher's Address To the 1992 Republican National Convention."
Panelist: Retention Issues and Hopeful Solutions for the Forensics Community

Blair C. Thompson

Competitive Paper: "A Review of Performance Enhancing Techniques--Student Paper."
Panelist: Retention Issues and Hopeful Solutions for the Forensics Community
Panelist: Innovation in Forensics: Turning Talk into Action

Wendy A. Wyant

Panelist: Communication Students in Action: The Experience of the Non-Traditional Female Graduate Student
Panelist: Alternative Methods of Instruction: Enhancing Authentic Assessment through Active Communication

Undergraduate Student

Suzanne V. Loen

Paper: "Say Anything: Examining the Implications Of Young and Modern Magazine (YM) Removing Articles On Weight Loss."