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Listen to the Podcast Watch the Video The panelists focused on how COVID-19 has changed higher education and how these changes relate to best practices in teaching and learning, including issues of...
Oct 19
2020
Listen to the Podcast Watch the Video Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, this fall’s public programs will be reimagined as a special series of the Communication Matters podcast as well as a series of...
Listen to the Podcast Watch the Video Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, this fall’s public programs will be reimagined as a special series of the Communication Matters podcast as well as a series of...
Listen to the Podcast Watch the Video Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, this fall’s public programs will be reimagined as a special series of the Communication Matters podcast as well as a series of...
Sep 28
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Oct 20
2020
Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, this fall’s public programs will be reimagined as a special series of the Communication Matters podcast as well as a series of videos. The public program series,...
Because of the Coronavirus/COVID-19 outbreak, NCA was unable to hold the Public Program previously scheduled for April 30, 2020 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. NCA instead hosted this conversation as a...
Sep 19
2019
Public Programs
This public program focused on communicating about climate, specifically, the role communication plays in educating, informing, and persuading publics about climate change. Panelists also discussed...
In many communities, the environmental impacts of energy production create a unique paradox in that jobs are created by the same energy sources that can cause environmental harm. At this public...
Sponsored by the Waterhouse Family Institute for the Study of Communication and Society, this program builds on NCA's commitment to civic engagement and issues of social justice. Specifically,...
Sep 26
2018
This public program focused on the textual dynamics and social consequences of rhetoric on discussions and understandings of science. Panelists explored the ways in which rhetoric about science...