Opportunity for Research

Studying the discipline of human communication is a recently new development in the realm of social sciences. Communication is a growing and dynamic field full of possibilities for research and discovery. The graduate school in Communication is full or opportunities for research whether that is aiding professors in their projects or submitting personal papers and abstracts to conferences hosted all over the country. Our students consistently have their papers accepted to national and regional conferences and they are also asked to sit on panel discussions.

Conferences provide a great way to network with leading professionals in your field while listening to cutting edge research and theories in human communication.

Conference Paper Presentations

Brugman, Dylan, Caroline Rabinovitsj, Jamilah Spears, and Sadie Zamora. "Harnessing Ideas Worth Spreading: Using TED Talks for Communication Instruction." Panel Presented at the Western States Communication Association Convention, Spokane, WA. February 2015.

Fogle, Krystal. "Progress: Assessing the Past in Light of the Present through 'Downton Abbey'." Paper Presented at the National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL. November 2014.

Fogle, Krystal "Speech Class in the Real World: Identifying Thesis Statements of Top 40 Hits." Paper Presented at the Western States Communication Association Convention, Spokane, WA. February 2015.

Fogle, Krystal. "There is No Cure for Fanhood: Perceptions, Expectations, and Motivations of American College Students Who Watch Doctor Who." Paper Presented at the Western States Communication Association Convention, Spokane, WA. February 2015.

Howard, Kyndall. "Archaeology in the Mist: A Look at How Archaeology Enhances Cultural History." Paper Presented at the National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL. November 2014.

Milegar, Skye. "Carnival Triumph Crisis." Paper Presented at the National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL. November 2014.

Olivares, Rachel. "In the Red: A Critical Analysis of Target Corporation’s Crisis Management Strategy." Paper Presented at the Western States Communication Association Convention, Spokane, WA. February 2015.

Tatum, NIck. "The Meaning behind the Monsters: A Narrative Analysis of Monsters University." Paper Presented at the National Communication Association Convention, Chicago, IL. November 2014.

Tatum, Nick. "Classroom Cred: Accentuating the Positives of Being Relevant." Panel Presented at the Western States Communication Association Convention, Spokane, WA. February 2015.

Tatum, Nick. "The Noun Game: Constructing Effective Transitions in Speeches." Paper Presented at the Western States Communication Association Convention, Spokane, WA. February 2015.

Tatum, Nick. "Uncovering Servant Leadership at Abilene Christian University." Paper Presented at the Western States Communication Association Convention, Spokane, WA. February 2015.


 

 

 


 

 

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 Fall 2015
  • Aug. 14, 2015

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