CSCA 2013 Convention - Communication Education Interest Group Reminders
Hello, Communication Education Interest Group members!
Hope everyone is getting excited about Central next month! I truly am looking forward to the conference; I cannot wait to see all the great panels we have in our division this year. I want to highlight a few important items of interest for this year’s conference in KC. One panel I would like to specifically note is a spotlight panel sponsored by our division which will occur on Friday from 4:00-5:15pm in Lido. This spotlight panel will focus on the unique nature of instructional (pedagogical) communication and relationships, and how relationships and communication in the instructional context differ from relationships and communication in other contexts (interpersonal, family, organizational etc.). This spotlight panel will include noted instructional scholars Jo Sprague (making a special guest appearance at CSCA for this panel), Scott Myers, Scott Titsworth, Paul Schrodt, and myself.
In addition, I invite you to attend our top paper panel in the same room from 11:00am – 12:15 pm earlier on Friday. The top panel for the division will be held later in the week on Saturday in Lido from 3:30 – 4:45 pm. Finally, please come to our business meeting which will be held Friday, April 5th in Lido from 2:30 – 3:45 pm (directly proceeding the spotlight panel).
Finally, I wanted to send a friendly reminder to send your papers to respondents to help them prepare their responses.
Look forward to seeing everyone in KC!
Department of Communication
Western Kentucky University
Bowling Green, Kentucky 42101
Office Phone: 270-745-5889
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