CSCA 2012 - Public Relations IG Reminders
Greetings, fellow PR scholars!
I'm writing to share some information about the 2012 Central States Communication Association's convention in Cleveland, March 28-31. The Public Relations Interest Group has a great program planned, and I hope that you'll all be in Cleveland to share in the excitement.
Please click the link below for a listing of the program of events sponsored by the Public Relations Interest Group. Please support your colleagues and share in some intellectual exploration by attending as many of these panels as possible. We have a diverse representation of practitioners and scholars presenting across our division's offerings. In addition to our paper and panel presentations, please make plans to attend the Public Relations Interest Group's business meeting on Saturday, March 31 at 3:30 p.m., following the Top Papers in Public Relations panel.
Here are a few brief additional reminders about the upcoming convention. First, all conference participants must register by Monday, March 5 to receive the reduced pre-registration conference rate. Similarly, the deadline for reserving under the conference hotel rate is Friday, March 9. Be sure to take advantage of these reduced rate opportunities while they are available. You can register online and learn more about the convention at the following ink:
I look forward to seeing all of you in Cleveland.
Corey B. Davis, Ph.D.
Chair & 2012 PR Program Planner, CSCA Public Relations Interest Group
Graduate Program Coordinator
Department of Communication
University of Wisconsin-Whitewater
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