Interpersonal and Small Group Communication

The Interpersonal and Small Group Communication Interest Group was formed in 1996 to create an outlet for researchers, scholars, and practitioners in the fields of Interpersonal and Small Group communication. Members engage in professional discussion and collaboration of interpersonal and small group communication relating to theoretical, empirical, community engagement, methodological, and pedagogical issues. The goal is to develop a strong network among its members to enhance theoretical development and research agendas within the academic and outside research communities, particularly within the Central States Region. 


Bylaws of the Interpersonal and Small Group Communication Interest Group

 

Chair: Scott Myers, West Virginia University
Vice-Chair: M. Chad McBride, Carrington University
Secretary: Amanda Holman, Creighton University

2016 Program Planner: Scott Myers, Scott.myers@mail.wvu.edu