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February 10, 2016
Association News
NCA News
Congratulations to the 2016 election winners who will serve our association, and thanks to all of the candidates who demonstrated a generous commitment to service by running for office. Second Vice...
November 3, 2015
NCA News
Las Vegas, NV - More than 5,000 Communication scholars, students, and professionals are expected at this year’s National Communication Association (NCA) Annual Convention. Members of the scholarly...
October 22, 2015
New Research
Washington, DC - Navigating the minefield of sexual etiquette has never been easy, but a new study explores how today’s romantic partners are being advised on the thorny issue of consent,...
October 1, 2015
Association News
Bullying, NCA News
Washington, DC - The National Communication Association (NCA) announces the launch of the NCA Anti-Bullying Digital Repository, providing access to the valuable work that the nation’s Communication...
September 10, 2015
New Research
Entertainment, Race/Class/Gender
Washington, DC - Wildly popular comedienne Amy Schumer and her breakout performance at the Comedy Central Roast of Charlie Sheen is the subject of a new study published in the National Communication...
July 31, 2015
Experts Available
Government, Political
In just a few days, the Republican presidential primary debate will take place in Cleveland, Ohio. The debate will be broadcast nationally on August 6 at 5:00 p.m. EST (lower tier candidates) and 9:...
July 28, 2015
New Research
Washington, DC - is the largest online source for student-generated ratings of college and university professors. Millions of students have evaluated professors on the site,...
July 24, 2015
New Research
Bullying, Technology
Washington, DC - Cyberbullying is drawing increasing attention, with online activity soaring and a larger number of bullying cases resulting in tragedy. “ Bystander Intervention in Cyberbullying ,” a...
June 4, 2015
New Research
Education, Technology
Washington, DC - Mobile devices are ubiquitous—including in the college classroom. Instructors across disciplines now compete with a host of electronic stimuli for students’ attention. But to what...
May 14, 2015
Experts Available
Race/Class/Gender, Social Justice
Washington, DC - Unrest in Baltimore following the death of Freddie Gray has sparked national conversations about joblessness, race, and police violence that have been simmering for years. Gray’s...