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The Ohio Communication Association (OCA) is accepting nominations for the following offices: The Vice-President/President-Elect: Coordinates the general election. Coordinates the Awards Ceremony during the annual conference. Plans special state and regional activities. Performs other duties assigned by the President. Southwest and Northwest District Representatives (2-year terms): Regional representatives may run for re-election and do not...
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University of Dayton Lecturer in Communication The Department of Communication, University of Dayton, invites applications for a full time Lecturer beginning August 16, 2016. This position is a one-year non-tenure track appointment, and has the possibility of renewal. The person appointed to this position will teach a variety of courses within the department, including an...
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Wittenberg University – Visiting Assistant Professor of Communication Job Description: The Department of Communication at Wittenberg University invites applications for a one-year visiting assistant professor position in the area of media studies, to begin August, 2016.  The visiting faculty member will teach three courses each semester, including a combination of media-related courses (Media Literacy and an upper-level...
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Ohio Communication Association 79th Annual Conference October 14-15, 2016    Strong Roots – Branches of Communication PROPOSALS FOR CONFERENCE PROGRAM PRESENTATION The Ohio Communication Association will hold the 80th annual OCA Conference at Ashland University in Ashland, OH. This theme for this year’s conference “Strong Roots – Branches of Communication” was selected to represent the...
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The Ohio Communication Journal publishes original scholarship bearing on the breadth of the field of communication studies. Within this broad purview, it welcomes diverse disciplinary, conceptual, and methodological perspectives, especially scholarship covering a wide variety of topics from every facet of the field and debut papers from undergraduate and graduate students. We encourage you to...
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P.T. Barnum was a master at generating a buzz. Some of his most famous stunts included promoting a 161-year-old woman marketed as George Washington’s nurse and the FeeJee Mermaid. Barnum is perhaps most famous in the public relations world for his use of press agentry. Press agentry emerged in the turn of the 20th century...
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To some students, informed, civil discussion is normal in a social media forum. The internet provides a ripe environment for meaningful discourse when we allow it to! When the students are thoughtful, the medium is natural to them, and their participation is voluntary, amazing conversation can take flight. Late last fall, while avoiding the electronic...
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Kent State University at Stark invites applications for a full-time, nine-month, tenure-track position beginning fall 2015 as Assistant Professor of Communication Studies, with a specialization in organizational communication. The successful candidate will teach courses related to organizational communication, such as Business and Professional Communication, Communication in Small Groups and Teams, Training and Development, Interviewing, or...
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If you attend the NCA conference on Friday 11/21 there is a panel celebrating Dr. Carole Barbato (information below) Celebrating the Life and Legacy of Carole Barbato, Ph.D., Professor Emeritus, Kent State University Sponsor: NCA First Vice President Fri, 11/21: 2:00 PM – 3:15 PM Hilton Chicago Room: Astoria – 3rd Floor Dr. Carole Barbato,...
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