Jarrod Atchison, Justin Green, Len Neighbors, the graduate Debate Coaches, and the undergraduate Debatershosted the Franklin Shirley Debate Tournament here at Wake Forest University.
Jarrod Atchison, Dee Oseroff-Varnell, and Ron Von Burg were awarded Academic Community Engagement (ACE) Fellowships for the Spring 2013.
Communication Senior Amy Shackelford presented as part of Undergraduate Research Day. She received a Richter Fellowship to study ‘the concept of beauty through women and their stories’ in Paris, France. The title of her research project is ‘Through Her Eyes.’
Communication Senior Danielle Thorsen presented at the Undergraduate Research Day. She received a Richter Fellowship to study “Trends and Socio-Political Implications of Contemporary Italian Theatre” in Naples, Italy.
Ian Miller presents at the Undergraduate Research Day. He worked with advisor Jarrod Atchison on ‘Open Source In Intercollegiate Debate.’
Steven Giles and Woody Hood worked with undergraduate students in Biology and Theatre on summer research projects.
Allan Louden has been busy talking to the media about the presidential elections. Check out all the outlets where he is quoted: Impact of presidential debates on election questionable Guest opinion: Debates reveal much about presidential choices Obama getting less debate practice than Romney President Obama, Mitt Romney compete for underdog status in debates Obama versus [...]
Wake Communication Department hosted their bi-annual Argumentation Conference in Venice. http://www.facebook.com/WFUVenice2012Conference
Mary M. Dalton presented “Integrating Entrepreneurship into the Traditional Documentary Curriculum” at the Broadcast Education Association Conference
Mary M. Dalton presented “Integrating Entrepreneurship into the Traditional Documentary Curriculum” at the Broadcast Education Association Conference in Las Vegas on April 16, 2012.