Now that the National Communication Association's 105th convention has concluded, let's take a look at how Stevenson's communication professors were involved in the conference.
Dr. Heather Harris presented at two sessions: "Celebrating the Contributions and Impact of African American Health Communication Pioneer Dr. Carolyn A. Stroman" and "Women in the Running: Surviving the Races." She also chaired a panel called "Communication for Survival in Post Obama Neo-Race Realities."
Dr. D. M. Greene presented in the panel titled "Women in the Running: Surviving the Races," and co-chaired a panel called "African Americans’ Survival of Health Disparities."
Dr. Leeanne Bell McManus presented as part of "Thriving and Surviving in the Social Media Age: Leveraging Technology for Effective Teaching and Research," and in "A Student's Guide to Surviving Communication Ethics." She also served as a respondent in "Contributions from Chinese Communication Studies, Disability Studies, Communication & the Future, Freedom of Expression, Mass Communication, Performance Studies and Philosophy of Communication."
Congratulations to the professors for sharing their research with a national audience!