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Political discussions can be civil, says professor

As a young child, Dr. Elizabeth Dudash-Buskirk learned about politics handing out fliers for family members running for office or joining her father at political rallies. Now an associate professor of socio-political communication at Missouri State University, she teaches about political messages, commentary, debates and so much more. She’s shares about the shifts in the […]

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COAL helps ‘Build Healthy Communities’ at this year’s Public Affairs Conference

The College of Arts and Letters will be involved in several events throughout this year’s Public Affairs Conference, April 5-8. Communication professor chairing conference This year’s theme is “Building Healthy Communities: Body, Mind and Spirit. The 2016 provost fellow and …

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