SC&I faculty and students will present at this year’s National Communication Association convention, being held fully virtually from Thursday, Nov. 19 through Sunday, Nov. 22, 2020. According to the conference website, "Synchronous sessions will take place on the same dates as originally scheduled, November 19-22, with some virtual meetings held on the days surrounding these dates." The theme for this year's conference is "Communication at the Crossroads."
This year, 32 people representing SC&I will participate in over 44 NCA presentations, panels, meetings, and/or the association’s legislative assembly.
Jorlanditha Tiffany Austin, Ian P. Dunham, Sarah J. Fadem, Lisa Mikesell, Christine Goldthwaite, Sofie Guariglia, Hannah E. Jones, Jennifer Theiss, Minkyung Kim, Melaine Kwestel, Justine Quow, Marya L. Doerfel, Allyson Bontempo, Song Hee Park, Matt Reichel, Maria Venetis, Kathyrn Greene, Luxuan Wang, Wan Wei, and Deborah B. Yoon will all participate in an asynchronous session.
Brian Householder will be a co-presenter on Nov. 12. at the Communication Assessment Division Business Meeting.
Ralph Gigliotti will present on Nov. 20 and 21. One of his panels is titled, "Crisis Leadership at the Crossroads: Administrative Perspectives."
Nikolaos Linardopoulous will present on Nov 21. His panel is titled, "Lessons Learned from COVID-19: How Teaching and Learning Turned a Crossroads."
Fredricka Thelandersson will present on Nov. 20. Her panel is titled, "Pathways of Commodity Feminism."
Maria Venetis will be a presenter on Nov. 13, 17, 18, 20, 21, and 22. One of her panels is titled, " At the Crossroads of Health and Gender: Qualitative Reports of Women’s Experiences of Supportive Communication in Health Contexts."
DaJung Woo will present on Nov. 17, 18, 20, and 22. Woo will be a presenter on the "Organizational Communication Division Town Hall on Diversity and Inclusion," panel.
To see the full list of presenters from SC&I, click here.