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  • International Encyclopedia of Organizational Commu…

    July 5, 2017 Matt Isbell, Assistant Professor of Communication and John McClellan, Associate Professor of Communication were both included in the recent publication of the International Encyclopedia of Organizational Communication (2017) published by Wiley Blackwell Publishers. Isbell, M. G., Sanders, M. L., & Koschmann, M. A. (2017) Nonprofit/nongovernmental organizations. In C. Scott, L. Lewis, J. Barker, J. Keyton, T. ...
  • Student, Graduate, and Faculty Acceptance to Acade…

    July 4, 2017 Several faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate students in the Department of Communication recently presented or had their work accepted to three academic conferences: John McClellan, Associate Professor of Communication co-facilitated a disciplinary workshop with Matthew Sanders of Utah State University at Western States Communication Association annual conference in Salt Lake City, Utah entitled: “‘What Can I ...
  • Kelly Rossetto: Relational Communication and Aspec…

    July 3, 2017 Kelly Rossetto, Assistant Professor of Communication, recently published two articles related to relational communication and aspects of support.  Kelly R. Rossetto, Jimmie Manning & Erik W. Green (2017). Perceptions of Paternal Support After Transitioning to College: Interpretations Based on the Generative Fathering Framework, Western Journal of Communication, pp. 1-21. DOI: 10.1080/10570314.2017.1283047. Kelly R. Rossetto and Andrew C. ...
  • Tasha Souza: Inclusive Excellence

    July 2, 2017 Tasha Souza, Professor of Communication and CTL Associate Director of the Center for Teaching and Learning, recently published two journal articles: Souza, T. J. (2017). How to Respond to Hostile, Inappropriate Comments in Class. Online article in Faculty Focus Premium. Madison, WI: Magna Publication.  Vizenor, N., Souza, T.J., & Ertmer, J.J. (2017). Benefits of participating in service-learning, ...
  • Matt Isbell: Interorganizational Collaboration: Co…

    July 1, 2017 Isbell Matt Isbell Assistant Professor of Communication recently published a book with co-author Renee Heath titled Interorganizational Collaboration: Complexity, Ethics, and Communication. The book was published by Waveland Press <http://www.waveland.com/browse.php?t=707&r=a%7C926> and serves to introduce collaborating across organizations within the realm of wicked problems. With an emphasis on communicating in the context of our differences, it could be used ...
  • Marty Most: The Cooperstown Symposium

    June 30, 2017 Marty Most recently published a chapter in the anthology The Cooperstown Symposium on Baseball and American Culture, 2015-2016; a collection of 15 essays selected from the more than 120 presentations at the two most recent Cooperstown Symposiums on Baseball and American Culture. Click on link to UPDATE to read full article by Sherry Squires.
  • Dr. Julie Lane: Fulfilling His Duty; Senator Frank…

    June 29, 2017 Dr. Julie Lane published “Fulfilling His Duty; Senator Frank Church’s Use of Media to Oppose the Vietnam War.” Click on the link to The Blue Review to read the full article.
  • Dr. Kelly Rossetto elected as Vice Chair Elect of …

    June 28, 2017 Dr. Kelly Rossetto was elected as the Vice Chair Elect for the Family Communication division of the National Communication Association. She will serve for 4 years, with the third year being her appointment as the Chair of the division.
  • Dr. Hyunmee Kang: Culture Does Matter for Female E…

    June 27, 2017 Dr. Hyunmee Kang published an article in Global Media Journal (ISSN 1550-7521), Vol. 14 No. 26: 30 entitled “Culture Does Matter for Female Elders’ Responses to Age Segmentation Cue (ASC) of Ads.”
  • Erin McClellan: In the Spirit of Morality

    June 26, 2017 Erin McClellan had a chapter entitled “In the Spirit of Morality” published in the most recent edition of The Pennsylvania Scholars Series celebrating the life and work of Gerard A. Hauser. The book series is edited by Ronald C. Arnett (University of Pennsylvania) and is published by University of Pennsylvania Press.