Submitted by Melissa Tafoya, IPIC Program Planner SPOTLIGHT PANEL: THE CURRENT STATUS OF THEORY IN INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION SCHOLARSHIP: HOW THEORY HAS DEVELOPED, PROGRESSED, AND CHANGED 10:15 – 11:30 a.m. Sunday, February 19 Enchantment C Over the past 40 years, there have been a number of discussions of the role of theory in interpersonal communication. […]
Here is the Table of Contents for the first issue of Volume 76, which should appear in mailboxes soon
Submitted by Lin Allen, FELC Program Planner Enchantment E promises an intriguing look at free speech controversies, featured on Sunday and Monday at WSCA 2012, including a panel on the Supreme Court's 2010-2011 term. Read More...
Submitted by Karen Lovaas, Chair, Model Program Award Committee - Join us Monday, February 20, 2012 at 3:45 in Sendero I (Panel 4511) as we recognize and hear from faculty at Cabrillo College, winners of this year’s Model Communication Program Award! REad More...
The Western Journal of Communication (WJC) has a new editor: Bill Eadie, San Diego State University, has replaced Brian Ott, University of Colorado, Denver. Eadie’s first issue of WJC features two special sections. The first section commemorates the fifteenth anniversary of the publication of the article, “Sextext, the second section focuses on marriage
Submitted by John Reinard, WSCA Executive Director Stephen Littlejohn and the local hosts at the University of New Mexico have scheduled intriguing outings that take advantage of the richness of the Albuquerque region. On Friday February 17, 2012, a visit to the Sandia Casino will extend from 4:00pm to 9:00pm. On Saturday February 18, 2012, […]
Ideas and inspiration from University of New Mexico students on what to do in and about Albuquerque.Read More...
The Rhetoric and Public Address division of the Western States Communication Association is happy to announce a Pre-Conference: American Indian Rhetoric: Exploring Rhetorical Resources for Social Change. The Pre-Conference will occur from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the Saturday of the Convention (February 18), in Albuquerque. Although rhetoric and public address are now committed to […]
Submitted by John Caputo, Gonzaga University, Communication and Instruction Interest Group Planner The Communication and Instruction Interest Group selected three top papers for the 2012 WSCA convention, including Impact of Cold-Calling on Student Voluntary Participation by Elise Dallimore, Julie Hertenstein and Marjorie Platt, “No Homo”: The Use of Pejoratives in the College Classroom by Robert […]
Submitted by John Reinard, Executive Director Early registration is now underway for the WSCA Convention to be held at the Hyatt Regency Albuquerque, February 17 – February 21, 2012. Make sure to take advantage of the low “Early Registration” rates. Those who wait until the convention will find registration rates increased by $25. Details on […]