Over Memorial Day weekend, the School of Journalism and Media Studies co-hosted a reception with the School of Communication for alumni and friends visiting San Diego for the annual conference of the International Communication Association, a professional association for scholars interested in the study, teaching and application of all aspects of human and mediated communication.
Atop the patio of Half Door Brewing Company in downtown San Diego, SJMS kicked off a semester-long celebration of Dr. David Dozier’s final semester of teaching, in his 37th year at SDSU. Dr. Bey-Ling Sha announced that the School is planning to rename a research fund in Dr. Dozier’s honor to support research activities of SJMS graduate students in public relations.
In addition to enjoying the reception, SJMS faculty and alumni made numerous research presentations at the 4-day conference, including work by Dr. Valerie Barker, Stewart Coles (MCMS, ‘12), Dr. David Dozier, Dr. Bill Eadie, Dr. Yang Feng, visiting scholar Yusuke Ibuki, Dr. Nicole Lee (PR ,‘10, MCMS, ‘13), Dr. Barbara Mueller, Dr. Nate Rodriguez, Dr. Arthur Santana and Dr. Amy Schmitz Weiss.
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