|Assistant professor John Sherry and office staff Kim Sole
and Vicki Biggs after a run through the fountain
Robin Clair, associate professor,
publication of her book, "Expressions of Ethnography: Novel
Approaches to Qualitative Methods," by the State University
of New York Press.
Mohan Dutta-Bergman, assistant
professor, a Top Paper Award from the Human Communication and
Technology Division of the National Communication Association
for "Internet Access, Community Participation and Community
Satisfaction: A Resource-based Perspective."
Patrice Buzzanell, associate professor,
has been elected to serve a three-year term as an at-large member
of NCA's Legislative Assembly.
Babrow, professor, and C.B. Mills, "Teasing as a
means of social influence" in Southern Communication Journal.
Josh Boyd, assistant professor,
Central States Communication Association "Outstanding New
Melanie Morgan, assistant professor,
a Digital Content Development grant of $9,210 from Instructional
professor, public lecture sponsored by the School of Communication
Studies and the Stocker Professorship, Ohio University, titled
"Constructing the uncertainties of bioterror: A study of
U.S. news reporting on the anthrax attack of Fall 2001."
John Greene, professor, received
the “Distinguished Book Award” from the Communication
and Social Cognition Division of NCA for "Message Production:
Advances in Communication Theory."
Bill Rawlins, professor
Carl Botan, professor
Karen Whedbee, assistant professor
to full professor
Babrow has been promoted to the rank of full professor.
Babrow's research interests include interpersonal
communication, persuasion and health communication.
Babrow received the Charles H. Woolbert Research
Award from the National Communication Association in 2003.
Babrow, professor, and Marifran Mattson,
associate professor, "Theorizing about health communication"
in T. Thompson, A. Dorsey, R. Parrot, & K. Miller (Eds.), Handbook
of health communication.
Clair, associate professor, named as a faculty director
to The Exponent.
Ogles, associate professor, a $16,654.99 Digital Content
Development grant from ITAP.
Dutta-Bergman, assistant professor, a $5,500 spring grants
for integrated study abroad programs for "A service-learning
experience in rural development: Learning by doing."
Sypher, professor, a $5,000 spring grants for integrated
study abroad programs for "An integrated short-term international
experience in a full semester class."
Beverly Davenport Sypher, professor, will serve
as vice chair and program planner for the Organizational Communication
division of NCA this coming year and chair in 2004-05.
Steve Wilson, professor, was elected
vice chair of the Interpersonal division of NCA.
Chuck Morris, Ph.D. student, was
elected chair-elect for the Spirituality Division and will be reviewing
this year for both the Ethics division and the Spirituality division
|Once again, Purdue had a large
presence at this year's NCA convention in Miami.