ACU students and professors to present works at NCA
For Immediate Release
Nov. 3, 1999
Two students and five professors in the Department of
Communication at Abilene Christian University will speak at
the National Communication Association's (NCA) 85th annual
meeting Nov. 4-7 in Chicago.
Kristina Campos, senior political science major from
Dallas, and Jill Tappe, senior communications major from
Arlington, will present their papers concerning
intercollegiate debate and a rhetorical analysis of "On the
White Man's and Red Man's Religion" respectively.
Professors Joseph Cardot, Carley Dodd, Jeffrey Hobbs,
Paul Lakey and ACU Provost Dwayne VanRheenen also will
participate in the conference as speakers, respondents or
chairs of discussions.
NCA is the oldest and largest scholarly society for the
communication discipline. The theme for the conference this
year is "Coloring Outside the Lines."
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