Allison Durazzi (Ph.D. ‘23 Rhetoric and Professional Communications) recently presented at the International Professional Communication Conference at the University of Limerick in Ireland. The conference is sponsored by IEEE’s Professional Communication Society. Durazzi’s talk, “The Case for Supplemental Style Guides,” demonstrated the value of using community-authored guides when writing and editing communications for and about … Continue reading Allison Durazzi presents at International Professional Communication Conference in Ireland
Michael Bugeja, Distinguished Professor in the Greenlee School of Journalism and Communication, penned several opinion pieces which are featured in high-profile publications. Bugeja authored, “Journalists should better define ‘RINO’ to disempower its autocratic use” for the Poynter Institute, a non-profit media institute, newsroom and research organization. A recent issue of The Department Chair features Bugeja’s … Continue reading Michael Bugeja publishes several opinion and analysis pieces
Leslie Ginder, student and employer relations coordinator in Liberal Arts and Sciences Career Services, was selected to present at the Career Professionals of Iowa (CPI) conference July 14-15, 2022. Her presentation is titled “Ableism, Disclosure, and Accommodations: Action and Information for Career Services Professionals.” The CPI conference is an opportunity to share best practices and … Continue reading Leslie Ginder selected to present at Career Professionals of Iowa conference
Douglas Gentile, Distinguished Professor of Psychology, weaves psychological science with Buddhist philosophy and anecdotes to help people break negative patterns and engage more fully with the present.