In the March 2022 Communication Matters podcast episode, Diane Forbes Berthoud, Chief Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Officer and Vice President at the University of Maryland, Baltimore, joined NCA Executive Director and new podcast host Shari Miles-Cohen to discuss the connections between the disciplines of Communication and Psychology. Listen to the full episode below!
The April 14 episode of Communication Matters highlighted two new special issues of NCA’s Review of Communication that focus on the Communication discipline’s lack of attention to scholarship by African scholars, from African perspectives, and about Africa. Guests included special issue editors and Communication professors Godfried A. Asante (San Diego State University) and Jenna N. Hanchey (University of Nevada, Reno). Listen to the full episode below!
Upcoming episodes of Communication Matters: The NCA Podcast include:
- May: Want to learn more about submitting to NCA’s journals? Tune into hear Communication Professor and outgoing Quarterly Journal of Speech Editor Kari Anderson (Colorado State University) discuss tips and tricks for completing and submitting your manuscript.
- June: Interested in pursuing alt-ac careers or looking to support graduate students seeking non-academic careers? Mark your calendars for the #alt-ac episode, which will feature Shantel Martinez (University of Colorado Boulder), Sarah J. Tracy (Arizona State University), and Marco Dehnert (Arizona State University).
- Stay tuned for upcoming episodes focusing on what Communication teachers who have pivoted to online instruction can learn from video games, current Supreme Court cases, media literacy, and more!
You can find the podcast by entering “Communication Matters” in the search bar of your favorite podcast app. Subscribe and listen today!