Three professors presented last week at the annual Eastern Communication Association Convention. Typically held each year at locations on the East Coast, the convention pivoted to a virtual conference, and panelists presented and attended via Zoom. Professors Leeanne Bell McManus, Chip Rouse, and Stephanie Verni (pictured with other presenters), authors of "Event Planning: Communicating Theory and Practice," presented on two panels; one panel discussed event planning in crisis, and the other panel covered reducing student anxiety in a pandemic. The Eastern Communication Association is the oldest professional communication association in the United States, established in 1910. Members collaborate on research and share best teaching practices in this service-oriented organization.
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Congratulations to junior communication major Ryan Coleman on being named to the USILA Team of the Week earlier this month. After a career-best six-point performance in the season opener, Coleman finished with three goals and three assists in a 13-8 victory over 18th-ranked Stevens on Saturday, March 6, 2021. His stellar performance included 3 points in the second quarter with two goals and one assist. He also added a goal and two assists in the second half of the game. Congratulations, Ryan, on receiving that honor!
The second meeting of The Communication Roundtable will take place this Friday, February 26, 2021, from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. The club provides students the opportunity to discuss socio-cultural issues through a communication lens, develop leadership skills, pursue scholarship endeavors, and gain competencies in the practice of communication with diverse others. All are welcome! If you would like to learn more about the club, contact Dr. Greene in the Department of Communication Programs. The link to join is provided here: