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Undergraduate Scholars Research Conference Report

February 28, 2015
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By Brian Heisterkamp, Immediate Past Second Vice President This year the Undergraduate Scholars Research Conference (USRC) received 76 papers submissions and only 36 were accepted, yielding a competitive 47% acceptance rate.  Twenty-five colleges and universities throughout the West were represented. (Photo of Hannah Decker, Dr. Brandi Lawless, Blake Gregor, and Patrecia Frey) Students used a […]

Top Papers in Organizational Communication Interest Group

February 26, 2015
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By Hamilton Bean, Organizational Communication Interest Group Chair Proudly presenting the top papers from the organizational communication interest group:  Valerie Seamons (Top Debut Paper, “Contradictions in Health Care Work Teams”); Shannah Crane, Perry Pauley (not pictured), and Kurt Lindemann (Top Paper, “’It Makes Me a Better Person': Communicating Agentic Identities in Narratives of Volunteering”); Heather Canary, OCIG Chair, and Nicholas Burk […]

Robin Rowland Selected for Next WJC Editor

February 25, 2015
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By Leah Ceccarelli, Publications Committee Chair Robert C. Rowland, Professor in the Department of Communication Studies at The University of Kansas, was chosen by the WSCA Executive Council as Editor-select of the Western Journal of Communication. He will succeed WJC Editor Sharon Downey at the completion of her term, taking responsibility for the volumes to […]

Thanks to Bill Eadie for Editing WJC

February 25, 2015
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By Leah Ceccarelli, Publications Committee Chair WSCA extends a hearty thank you to Bill Eadie, immediate past editor of Western Journal of Communication. During his term of office, Professor Eadie was legendary for his detailed reports. Where most reports to the Executive Council are just one or two pages, he wrote 12 page tomes filled […]

Zhe P. Gavel and Me

February 16, 2015
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By Patty O’Keefe, President Zhe and I are packing our bags in anticipation of our travels to Spokane for this year’s annual convention. Zhe has prepared to “Accentuate the Positive” in many ways during his year in Northern California. We’re excited to head to Spokane and the Red Lion Hotel at the Park is readying […]

Documenting WSCA Spokane 2015

February 16, 2015
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By Christina G. Yoshimura, WSCA News Editor In just a week many of us will be making “convention” into a verb – we will be conventioning while we attend or present at panels, as we join special sessions, or meet colleagues in the lobby or hallways.  We may be conventioning by recovering from the Sock […]

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Special Session at WSCA Spokane

February 10, 2015
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By Benjamin Broome We are calling for participants at WSCA to join us in a special facilitated session to explore ways to create positive paths toward conflict transformation in response to high-tension issues in our society. We are motivated by events such as those that occurred recently in Ferguson, Missouri and Paris, France, as well […]

Undergraduate Scholars Research Conference Program Available

February 4, 2015
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  By Brian Heisterkamp, Second Vice President The Undergraduate Scholars Research Conference will be held February 21, 2015, in Spokane as part of the annual meeting of the Western States Communication Association.  To facilitate your planning in attending or directing your students to all or part of this undergraduate student conference here is the program for […]

Opportunity for giving at WSCA 2015

January 28, 2015
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By Carolyn Cunningham, Gonzaga University, Local Host WSCA’s conference theme is “Accentuate the Positive.” In our field, we know the importance of positive communication for ensuring healthy families and healthy communities in times of crisis. It is in this spirit that your local hosts, communication programs at Gonzaga University, are partnering with Ronald McDonald House […]

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Debate Tournament at Gonzaga

January 27, 2015
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By Robert Becker, Forensics If you arrive early to the convention, or have free time on Friday, Feb 20 – Sunday, Feb 22, and are interested in judging at the Western States tournament, please consider judging a round or two of speech or debate. All 11 individual events as well as four different formats of […]

Posted in: Forensics
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