CSCA 2013 Convention - Interpersonal and Small Group Interest Group Interest Group Reminders
I write to offer a friendly reminder that we are now only a couple of months away from CSCA 2013 in Kansas City! We had a variety of high quality papers and panels accepted for presentation this year, and I know you are going to enjoy attending the amazing panels the interest group has to offer.
Included here is some other information that will help to prepare you for your CSCA experience:
Registration. Registration is currently open, so if you have not registered for the convention you might consider visiting the CSCA website (http://www.csca-net.org/aws/CSCA/pt/sp/convention_reg) and taking care of that now. You can also find information about reserving your hotel room and other important information that will help you to prepare for your arrival to Kansas City on or around April 2.
Papers for respondents. For those of you presenting as part of our interest group, be sure to send the latest copy of your paper to your respondent as soon as possible but no later than March 15. The most current draft of the CSCA program (available at http://www.csca-net.org/aws/CSCA/pt/sp/conventionprogram) will list the scholar invited to respond to your session. Respondent email addresses are typically available via the CSCA Member Directory on the CSCA website or on the faculty web page of the respondent’s university. If you are having trouble locating a respondent’s email address, please write me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will help you make contact.
CSCA Interpersonal and Small Group Interest Group Facebook page. It has finally happened! We’ve arrived on Facebook. Visit and like our page so you’ll get all of the latest news, shout outs, and other fun stuff that will be a part of the page. Visit http://www.facebook.com/pages/CSCA-Interpersonal-and-Small-Group-Communication-Interest-Group/331089030342149 and hit that like button now!
That’s it for now. Watch your email box for more news from the interest group. There’s lots to get excited about!
Chair, Interpersonal and Small Group Communication Interest Group
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