How to Participate

The PNW Communication Studies Undergraduate Research Conference will strive to include undergraduate scholarship across the range of the communication studies discipline (including critical-cultural, media, rhetoric, and social science inquiry).

Students interested in presenting papers during the Fri., April 3 plenary sessions should submit a presentation title and detailed abstract (minimum 250 words) describing their project using the form below by Fri., Jan. 31, 2020. Students submitting plenary presentation proposals should indicate if they would like to participate in the Saturday workshop sessions as well.

Students interested in participating in one of the Sat., April 4 workshop sessions should submit a potential project title and a short description (approximately 100 words) of an in progress project and/or a specific area of communication studies research they would like to discuss with peers and faculty using the form below by Fri., February 14, 2020.

Students interested in presenting during the Saturday session on communication studies and campus/civic activism should send a short (approximately 100 words) description of their potential presentation using the form below by Fri., February 14, 2020. The description should identify an episode of campus/civic activism and explain how communication studies is/was relevant.

Depending on the level of interest, we might organize a poster session and/or a short report/lightning talk session (possibly sessions) on Friday.

PNW Comm Studies Conference Proposals

PNW Comm Studies Conference Proposals

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