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The National Communication Association Joins 31 Groups to Oppose Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy’s $134 Million in Proposed Funding Cuts for Higher Education
March 5, 2019
(Washington, DC)—The National Communication Association joins 31 professional societies in a letter to Alaska’s Governor Mike Dunleavy and other political leaders expressing deep concerns with the...
The Twitter Presidency Addresses a Presidency Like No Other
February 27, 2019
New book explores President Donald Trump’s rhetorical style and use of Twitter Washington, DC, February 28, 2019 The Twitter Presidency: Donald J. Trump and the Politics of White Rage explores...
National Communication Association Statement on Protection and Defense of Academic Freedom and Freedom of Expression for Communication Scholars
November 15, 2018
(Washington, DC) — The National Communication Association’s (NCA) Legislative Assembly approved a new public statement at the organization’s 104 th Annual Convention in Salt Lake City on November 10...
National Communication Association’s 104th Annual Convention Highlights Communication Discipline Across a Variety of Issues
October 30, 2018
Washington, DC (November 1, 2018)—More than 4,000 Communication researchers, teachers, and students are expected at the National Communication Association (NCA) 104 th Annual Convention to explore...
How Will Political Rhetoric and Communication Influence the U.S. Midterm Elections?
October 16, 2018
Washington, DC (October 2018) — With the U.S. midterm elections just weeks away, congressional candidates are hot on the campaign trail. Republicans and Democrats alike are using the full force of...
National Communication Association Announces 2018 Awards Winners for Outstanding Scholarship, Teaching, and Service
September 7, 2018
(Washington, DC)—Each year, the National Communication Association (NCA) honors the best in academic communication, presenting awards for outstanding scholarship, teaching, and professional service...
National Communication Association and University of Colorado Denver Department of Communication to Present “The Art of Science Communication”
August 29, 2018
Denver, CO—On September 26, the National Communication Association (NCA) and the University of Colorado Denver’s Department of Communication will present a public program, “The Art of Science...
Communication Scholars Discuss Instruction Beyond the Traditional Classroom in Special Journal Issue
August 28, 2018
Explaining or sharing information about complex or sensitive topics can be difficult, and doing so without providing the appropriate context or using the right approach can present additional...
Why U.S. Universities Need Better Policies Against Workplace Bullying
July 26, 2018
Higher education institutions in the United States should change their faculty codes of conduct to define bullying as a distinctive form of harassment, according to a new paper published in the...
New Study: Coworkers Generally Support Breastfeeding Mothers; Workplaces Could Be More Mother-Friendly
July 23, 2018
Despite evidence that breastfeeding through babies’ first six months is beneficial to mothers and their children, lactating moms still face some hurdles at the office, including the disapproval of...