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Communication well represented at the annual NCA conference

The Department of Communication participated in the 99th annual convention of the National Communication Association, held in Washington, D.C., from November 20-24. Faculty members Hamilton Bean, Patrick Dodge, Sarah Fields, Sonja Foss, Stephen Hartnett, Amy Hasinoff, Supriya Karadapuram, Lisa Keranen, Gordana Lazic, Brian Ott, and Barb Walkosz (emerita) presented research findings on panels, in roundtables, and for workshops, as did graduate students Rachael Thompson and Allison Dietz. Members of the department's faculty also organized and hosted a one-day pre conference on "The Dilemmas and Opportunities of U.S.-China Communication in an Age of Globalization," delivered the keynote address to the annual pre-conference hosted by PCARE (Prison Communication Activism Research and Education), were elected to NCA leadership positions, led caucus and interest group business meetings, and received the Kohrs-Campbell Prize in Rhetorical Criticism. Amira Aletebi, an MA student in our Department, has won the Top Debut Paper Award from the Western States Communication Association’s Performance Studies Interest Group. Amira’s Top 4 Paper is titled, “The Arab-Whiteness in Me: An Arab-American's Poetic Responses to Democracy, Globalization, and War in a Post-9/11 World.”



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