2010 Central States Communication Association conference in Cincinnati
Dr. Linda Dickmeyer and her coauthor, Donna Pawlowski, presented their research, "Service-learning in public and private university missions: Students' perceptions and reflections." They were awarded a top paper in the Instructional Resources division. Dr. Dena Huisman presented on a panel titled, "'I’m not racist, but...': Addressing Diversity and resistance in the college classroom" andpresenting "Engaging Pride and Prejudice in interpersonal communication." Dr. Dena Huisman and Dr. Michael Tollefson shared their recent research, "The dog ate my paper: A content analysis of student compliance-gaining strategies." Dr. Linda Dickmeyer was also the planner for the Undergraduate Honors Research Conference. Greg Roskos, a Communication Studies major, presented a poster at the Central States Communication Association conference. Sarah Palzer presented her senior project on a special "Distinguished Papers" panel at the conference.
Pictured above: Sarah Palzer, Dr. Dena Huisman, and Dr. Linda Dickmeyer
Pictured above: Greg Roskos and Conference Coordinator Linda at the poster session. Greg presented his research on tattoos at the Undergraduate Honors Research Conference poster session. His work was competitively selected.
Pictured above: Sarah Palzer and the other student scholars on the "Distinguished Papers Panel." This was an award-winning group of papers. Sarah submitted and presented her Senior Project on college students communication with their families upon leaving home.