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CMST @ NCA 2017

18 Communication Studies faculty and students are presenting at the National Communication Association 2017 conference

2017-07-12

Nolan Brinkman

• Pavlov’s A+ dogs

Daniel Cronn-Mills

  • The Legacy of Forensics: How Forensics Educators Utilize Their Coaching Skills to Lead Study Abroad Programs
  • Motivating Graduate Students to Publish

Balencia Crosby

  • Is it Prose or is it Drama? The Relevance of the “Story vs. Character” Distinction in Oral Interpretation Events

Kristen Cvancara

  • Building a Legacy through Difficult Conversations: Talking with our Kids About Race

James P. Dimock

  • The Legacy of Forensics: How Forensics Educators Utilize Their Coaching Skills to Lead Study Abroad Programs
  • Upon Completing This Course, Students Will Never Look at the World the Same Way Again: How to Assess Transformative Education
  • American Forensic Association Business Meeting
  • American Forensic Association Standing Committees meetings

Cristy Dougherty

  • Thin Privilege as an Agent to the Assimilation of Whiteness and Thinness
  • Is it Prose or is it Drama? The Relevance of the “Story vs. Character” Distinction in Oral Interpretation Events

Alyssa Harter

  • Is it Prose or is it Drama? The Relevance of the “Story vs. Character” Distinction in Oral Interpretation Events

Laura Jacobi

  • Furthering Our Legacy and Our Relevance through Student Success and Retention: Best Practices for Enhancing Undergraduate Academic Advising

Anne E. Kerber

  • Legacy and Relevance of Critical Health Communication: Creating a space for critical theories, knowledges, voices, and theories in health communication
  • Panoptic Parenting: The Biopedagogies of Infant Monitor Discourses
  • Pushed Out: Understanding Women's Lived Experiences of (In)voluntary Career Exit
  • What Happened After: Negotiating Identity in the Workplace Following Chronic Illness Disclosure

Quinton Neal

  • Quare-ing Hegemonic Masculinity: A Critical Analysis of How to Get Away with Murder

Katherine Olson

  • Stuck in the Mud: Portrayal of the Femme Fatale from Ancient History to Modern Popular Culture

Anthony Peavy

  • Grading with Bias: A Critical Look at Issues in Grading Differences between White Students and Students of Color
  • Our Legacy and Relevance: A Conversation about POC Mentorship in Forensics
  • Is it Prose or is it Drama? The Relevance of the “Story vs. Character” Distinction in Oral Interpretation Events

Marcus Allen Rembert

  • Our Legacy and Relevance: A Conversation about POC Mentorship in Forensics

Justin J. Rudnick

  • Coming Out and Being Out: The Relevance of Disclosures in the Performance of Queer Identity
  • Is it Prose or is it Drama? The Relevance of the “Story vs. Character” Distinction in Oral Interpretation Events
  • Women’s spaces, male privilege, and the challenges of (queer) feminist inclusivity

Emily S Sauter

  • The Problematic Fave: Negotiating Political Identity through Fandom in the 2016 Presidential Election

Larry G. Schnoor

  • Our Forensics Foundation: A Historical and Critical Analysis of the Interstate Oratorical Contest
  • Fiction and Alternative Fact: Dystopia in Trump Time
  • National Forensic Association Business Meeting

Kristen P. Treinen

  • Ancient Legacy and Contemporary Relevance: How Ancient Archetypes Affect Contemporary Culture through Media

Md Jamal Uddin

redictor’s of Perceived Reliability of Zika Virus Health Information Sources

Leah E. White

  • Slow Forensics: Re-imagining the Pace and Practice of College Forensics
  • Mentor and Mentee Dialogue: Asking About the Foundation of our Forensics' Teams Values and Philosophies
  • National Forensic Association Business Meeting
  • Womentoring: March On...at what cost? 

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