Dr. Diana L. Tucker, a faculty member in the College of Undergraduate Studies, recently presented her paper, “Facebookese: Rhetorical Choice or Just Thoughts of the Moment?” at the Central States Communication Association Convention in Madison, Wisconsin.
Dr. Diana L. Tucker, an academic coordinator for communication in the College of Undergraduate Studies, published "Playing Chicken" in Casing Public Relations (Vol. 1, 2014). She also presented "What Happens When Academic Work Is at Home?" at the Central States Communication Association conference in Minneapolis in April.
Dr. Diana Tucker, a faculty member in the College of Undergraduate Studies, presented twice at the National Communication Association 99th Annual Convention in Washington, D.C., in November. She participated on a panel titled “The ties that bind: Connecting the training and best practices among basic course directors at different types of higher education institutions” and led the presentation “Taking a Real Walk Through the Rhetorical Significance of the Women in Military Service for America Memorial.”
Dr. Christa Ward, a faculty member in the College of Undergraduate Studies, was a featured speaker during Hamline University’s International Education Week activities in November. She spoke about the potential use of Skype for educational purposes as part of the St. Paul, Minn., university’s conference, which focused on social media and international affairs.
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