/images/news/tn/ballrokeach_sandra_45x45.jpg Communication professor Sandra Ball-Rokeach chairs the Nov. 18 session of “Mediating the Lives and Experiences of Latino Immigrants: Ethnic Media as a Meaning System.” She is also presenting a paper titled “The Role of Health Communication Connections in Cancer Prevention.”

/images/news/tn/fulk_janet_45x45.jpg Communication professor Janet Fulk serves as respondent in the session “Conversations with Leading Scholars: The Past, Present and Future Research on Human Communication and Technology, Parts I and II” on Nov. 16. She also presents “Adaptive Structuration Theory and Online Communities” on Nov. 17 as a celebration of the Career Achievement of Marshall Scott Poole.

Communication professor Thomas Goodnight is a respondent in the Nov. 17 session of “A Debate: Richard M. Weaver’s Ideal Orator…Not Lincoln but Milton!” He  also presents “Rhetoric and Political Economy in the Works of Thomas Wilson” as part of “Materiality and Political Economy in the British Rhetorical Tradition” on Nov. 16.

Communication professor Andrea B. Hollingshead presents “Study of Temporal Patterning and Development in Groups” during the “Celebration of the Career Achievement of Marshall Scott Poole” session on Nov. 17.

Communication professor Randall Lake is a presenter at the NCA Committee on Committees Meeting Nov. 15.

/images/news/tn/lee_kwan_min_45x45.jpgAssistant communication professor Kwan Min Lee takes part in the “Changes in Communication Technologies: Case Studies” session’s presentation of “Educational Effects of Games: An Experimental Study on an Interactive Edu-Game” on Nov. 15 and “Effects of the User Choice on Social Responses to Computer-Synthesized Speech,” part of the session “Rhetoric and Language in Technology-Mediated Communication” on Nov. 16.

/images/news/tn/mclaughlin_margaret_45x45.jpgCommunication professor Margaret L. McLaughlin takes part in the session “Interactive Social Interaction: Online Chats, Role-Playing, and Moral Orders” and the presentation of “Multiple Layers of Conjoint Action: Players’ Identity Management in Role-Playing Blogs” on Nov. 17.

/images/news/tn/monge_peter_45x45.jpgCommunication professor Peter Monge is a respondent in “Social Network Analysis: Its History and Future in Communication Research,” a session unit of the Organizational Communication Division of the Conference.

Communication professor Patricia Riley is a respondent in “Honoring the Accomplishments and Career of Dean Gustav Friedrich” and presents “Globalization, Leapfrogging and the Diffusion of Affordable Technologies Toward a Theory of Pro-Social Convergence” in a Scholar to Scholar session on Nov. 16.

Communication professor Gordon Stables presents at the AFA Nominating Committee on Nov. 14 and “A Look Back at the CEDA-NDT Merger” Nov. 18.

Communication professor Stacy Smith presents “Evidence of Things Not Seen: Rhetoric, Vision, and the Problem of Identity” and “Interceding for Faith and Science,” both on Nov. 15.

Visiting professor Takeshi Suzuki presents at the AFA Publications Committee of the American Forensic Association Unit and “The Rose of Versailles: A Dramatistic Analysis of Oscar as A Transgender Hero” in the session “Contrasting Japan-U.S. Worldviews” Nov. 16.