9th Annual Conference

New Jersey Communication Association Annual Conference

 

Communication Research: Serving our Disciplines, Serving Our State

Friday, April 1, 2005
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
New Jersey Statehouse, Trenton, NJ

 

The 9th Annual NJCA Conference provides scholars, students, government leaders, and communication professionals a forum to exchange ideas, information, research, and workshops.

The School of Communication, Information and Library Studies (SCILS) at Rutgers University in conjunction with the New Jersey Statehouse and the New Jersey Chapter of the International Association of Business Communicators (NJIABC) will host the 2005 conference.

The theme, Communication Research: Serving our Disciplines, Serving Our State, highlights the research, service, and teaching of Communication scholars and practitioners in New Jersey. It offers an opportunity to share our ideas and research with New Jersey lawmakers and officials about the many ways that communication education, service and research contribute to making the Greater New Jersey area a great place to live, work, and study.

We seek participation from undergraduate and graduate students, public school teachers, administrators, and communication and media professionals in the Greater New Jersey area. Professional and corporate communicators are encouraged to attend and participate in this forum.

Completed papers and session proposals addressing communication issues and problems that relate to this year’s conference theme are encouraged. A detailed call for faculty, practitioner or students papers can be found at http://njca.rutgers.edu

Proposals may include extended abstracts of work in progress, full-length papers, panels, workshop ideas, or other collaborative opportunities.

Faculty and Practitioner Papers and Proposals: Submit three (3) copies of Papers, Extended Abstracts, & Session Proposals by the new extended deadline of Feb. 15, 2005 to the address below.

Student Papers: Submit three (3) copies of Papers, Extended Abstracts, & Session Proposals by Feb. 15, 2005 to the address below.

Send Submissions to:

Maureen Taylor, Ph.D.
Department of Communication, Rutgers University  
4 Huntington Street  
New Brunswick, NJ 08901  

E-mail questions to: maureent@scils.rutgers.edu