Recent and Upcoming Episodes of Communication Matters: The NCA Podcast

September 14, 2021

On August 19, Communication scholars Jim Cherney (University of Nevada, Reno), Janell Johnson (University of Wisconsin, Madison), Nathan Stewart (Lakeland University in Wisconsin), and Sophia Maier (Penn State University) addressed Communication research related to ableism and disabilities, as well as some best practices for classroom and campus accessibility and inclusion. Tune in to this episode for information about how you can cultivate inclusive practices on your campus and in your classroom. 

The most recent episode of Communication Matters focused on the NCA Center for Communication, Community Collaboration, and Change, or CCCC, which is currently hosted by the University of North Carolina Greensboro (UNCG). CCCC Director Spoma Jovanovic (UNCG), Roy Schwartzman (UNCG), Kathy Newsom (Corner Farmers Market), and Jessica Clifford (UNCG and CCCC) joined the podcast to discuss the partnership and its community benefits. Check out the episode today to learn about this exciting project! 

Upcoming episodes of Communication Matters: The NCA Podcast include:

  • September 23: NCA First Vice President Roseann Mandziuk (Texas State University) will join the podcast to discuss the upcoming NCA 107th Annual Convention, including addressing concerns related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • October 14: For NCA’s fall 2021 public program, “Communication in a Changing World: Navigating Relationships During and Post Pandemic,” LaKesha Anderson, NCA Director of Academic and Professional Affairs, will moderate a conversation with panelists Jered Borup (George Mason University), Elizabeth Dorrance Hall (Michigan State University), Chris Segrin (University of Arizona), Mitch Vaterlaus (Montana State University), and Courtney N. Wright (University of Tennessee) about interpersonal relationships and social support in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. 
  • Stay tuned for upcoming episodes focusing on NCA’s Learning Outcomes in Communication project, and more!  

You can find the podcast by entering “Communication Matters” in the search bar of your favorite podcast app. Subscribe and listen today!