Each year at this time, communication faculty and students from across the United States and various other countries gather to discuss current research and teaching strategies in the field. The National Communication Association (NCA) meets every November (Wednesday through Sunday) to share cutting edge research and other topics of interest. The convention will host 1,200+ … [Read more...] about Where have all the faculty gone?
How do you get involved on campus? What are things you can do to feel connected to your major or the university as a whole? Tell me some things you do...post a comment below. I'd love to hear from you about ways you get involved... Trapped in the System: Diversity Dialogue Ever feel trapped in the system yourself? Would you like to understand the issues of … [Read more...] about Getting Connected
Spring 2008 registration begins soon Yep, it's that time again, pre-registration for the spring 2008 semester begins in November. The schedule is already posted on the website, including your registration date and time. If you are new to this process, here are some tips and for those veterans out there, this is a refresher 1. Make an appointment to meet with your major … [Read more...] about Getting ready for Spring 2008 already?
With COM Week over, I hope to go to a more regular Monday post to the InCommon blog, so here it is. My plan is to update you weekly on departmental events and things you need to know. Consultant to review COM programs this week Every 5 years, each department at the university undergoes a “program review.” This consists of identifying the department’s strengths, weaknesses, … [Read more...] about Weekly Blog Update
Your response to COM week has been amazing! Keep those registrations coming! NOTE: COM Week T-shirts are in, they are awesome and they are going fast. Wear your major on your back . If you have already registered, you can come back in and pick up your shirt and pay your registration. If you cannot make the luncheon, you can still buy one of these fabulous shirts for … [Read more...] about What’s a Master Class and other good questions