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CMST @ Central States Conference

Faculty and students engage in scholarship at the 2017 Central States Communication Conference

2016-12-01

Central States Communication Conference 2017

Faculty

Christopher Brown (associate professor)

  • Race, Culture and Nationality in the 2016 Presidential Campaign
  • Great Ideas for Teaching Communication Theory for Undergraduate Students (Top Panel)
  • Creating an Online Learning Environment: Lessons from Teaching Health Communication Online (Top Panel)
  • Central States Communication Association Forum on Diversity and Inclusion

Daniel Cronn-Mills (professor)

  • More than Moving Pieces: Board Games as Pedagogy

James Patrick Dimock (associate professor)

  • To (Un)Mask and (De)Mystify: A Critical Approach to Reactionary Rhetoric

Laura Jacobi (assistant professor)

  • Are we winning?! A Team Challenge to Engage Students in the Large Lecture Introductory Communication Course
  • Create Excellence in Academic Advising: Best Practices for Communication Faculty Advisors
  • Are you mindful or is your mind full? An Exploration of Nonverbal Communication
  • State of Minnesota Showcase – How Can We Best Prepare Future Teachers of Communication

Anne Kerber (assistant professor)

  • Preconference One, Part B: A Conversation about Building Relationships
  • A Light at the End of the Informative (or Persuasive) Speech Tunnel: An Innovative Speech Technique that Adjunct (and other) Speech Professors Can Easily Implement in Their Classrooms
  • Create Excellence in Academic Advising: Best Practices for Communication Faculty Advisors
  • Perspectives on Activity Trackers: Creating “Health” through Mobile Devices
  • Scholar’s Office Hour
  • Creating an Online Learning Environment: Lessons from Teaching Health Communication Online (Top Panel)

Brandon Paris McCasland (instructor)

  • “A Legacy of Excellence and Education” Exploring Narrative’s Function in Forensic Teams’ Organizational Web Presence

Justin Rudnick (assistant professor)

  • Giving a “Voice to the Voiceless”: Deconstructing Exploitation within Critical Forensics Performances (Top Panel)
  • Top Paper Award: Creating a Cultural Script for Everyday LGBTQ Identity Performances
  • LGBTQ Collaborative Workshop: Exploring and Discussing Emerging Areas for Research [Caucus Spotlight Panel]
  • Disclosure of LGBTQA Identities by Instructors in the Classroom: Navigating Challenges and Creating Strategies

Emily Sauter (instructor)

  • Spectacles of Patriotism: FIFA 2010 World Cup and South African National Identity
  • Persona & Public Roles: Authority, Relatability, & Silence

Sachi Sekimoto (associate professor)

  • Great Ideas for Teaching Communication Theory for Undergraduate Students (Top Panel)

Kristen Treinen (professor)

  • Trigger Warnings: Creating Balance within Higher Education

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Graduate Students

Nolan Brinkman (graduate student)

  • A Sociopsychological Outlook of Everyday Technology in Regards to Communication

Balencia Crosby (graduate student)

  • Giving a “Voice to the Voiceless”: Deconstructing Exploitation within Critical Forensics Performances (Top Panel)

Cristy Dougherty (graduate student)

  • Giving a “Voice to the Voiceless”: Deconstructing Exploitation within Critical Forensics Performances (Top Panel)

Marta Garska (graduate student)

  • Two Perspectives of Intercultural Bisexual Communication Using the Phenomenological Tradition

Alyssa Harter (graduate student)

  • Giving a “Voice to the Voiceless”: Deconstructing Exploitation within Critical Forensics Performances (Top Panel)
  • Communicating with Food: Creating our Cultural Identity

Tanzil Malek (graduate student)

  • Reacting to Reaction: Experiencing Islamophobia

Maggie McDonald (graduate student)

  • Disclosure of LGBTQA Identities by Instructors in the Classroom: Navigating Challenges and Creating Strategies

Quinton Neal (graduate student)

  • Disclosure of LGBTQA Identities by Instructors in the Classroom: Navigating Challenges and Creating Strategies

Katherine Olson (graduate student)

  • Disclosure of LGBTQA Identities by Instructors in the Classroom: Navigating Challenges and Creating Strategies

Cecelia Otto-Griffiths (graduate student)

  • The Examination of Power, Responsibility, and Media Influence through the Sociocultural Perspective

Jamal Uddin (graduate student)

  • Weight Loss for a Dynamic and Confident Life: A Textual Analysis of Weight Loss Blogs

Anthony Peavy (graduate student)

  • Giving a “Voice to the Voiceless”: Deconstructing Exploitation within Critical Forensics Performances (Top Panel)

Channing Pick (graduate student)

  • Analyzing the Intrinsic Oppression of Religion through the Critical Tradition

Marcus Allen Rembert (graduate student)

  • Does My Complexion Make Me a Monster?: A Critical Look at Racial Perception

Riley Zahn (graduate student)

  • Disclosure of LGBTQA Identities by Instructors in the Classroom: Navigating Challenges and Creating Strategies
  • A Light at the End of the Informative (or Persuasive) Speech Tunnel: An Innovative Speech Technique that Adjunct (and other) Speech Professors Can Easily Implement in Their Classrooms
  • Is Oral Interpretation Dead? Is YouTube the Winner?

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