NCA CommUIC Faculty and Graduate Student Paper Acceptances

Jun 05, 2013
Congratulations to all of our faculty and graduate students presenting at NCA 2013
Congratulations to all of our faculty and graduate students, whose papers and panels were accepted for presentation at the National Communication Association 99th Annual Convention, to take place in Washington DC, November 21-24, 2013.

Jason Archer: Paper, "Human Being and Haptics: From Holistic to Screen-based Tactility," in the panel, "Cyborg Connectivites II: hosts, symbionts, parasites and other oddities of the digital age."

Tim Appignani: Paper, "Techno-Masculism and the Deliberate Queering of James Bond" - Session on "Connecting Through and Across the Silver Screen: Film in Focus."

Miao Feng: Panel, "Uses of WeChat and Its Socio-cultural Implications," co-organized with Xi Cui (Dixie State University), Yu Liu (Florida International University), Jian Rui (State University of NY at Buffalo) and Cara Wallis (Texas A&M University) - Asian/Pacific American Communication Studies Division.

Emilie Lucchesi: Paper, "Stop Sugarcoating it Georgia: The use of loss frames in an anti-obesity campaign"  - Health Communication Division.

Emilie Lucchesi and Adriane Stoner: Short course, "Connecting with Generation Me."

Andrew Rojecki and Sharon Meraz: Paper, "A Network Analysis of Political Rumor" - Political Communication Division.

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