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09/24/2018

CSCA 2019 Pre-Conference

Teaching Communication with Global Mindfulness

Alberto González, Second Vice President

The pre-convention theme for the 2019 CSCA Convention in Omaha is Teaching Communication with Global Mindfulness


Central States Communication Association Preconference, Part One: 

Teaching Communication with Global Mindfulness

Presenters:

Nurhayat Bilge, Florida International University
Eddah Mutua, St. Cloud State University
Christine North, Ohio Northern University
Satoshi T. Toyosake, Southern Illinois University 

Many who teach communication ask the following question: How do we responsibly broaden our content, examples, and class activities to include communication from a greater variety of cultures and regions? Panelists will address the objective of developing a global mindfulness in the teaching of communication broadly considered. The session will be relevant to those who teach courses in interpersonal communication, communication theory, rhetoric, public speaking, health communication, media communication, and other topics.


Central States Communication Association Preconference, Part Two:

Let’s Talk about Teaching & Learning

Presenters:

Nurhayat Bilge, Florida International University
Eddah Mutua, St. Cloud State University
Christine North, Ohio Northern University
Satoshi T. Toyosake, Southern Illinois University 

This is an interactive session with presenters and audience where members ask for and share ideas for internationalizing particular communication courses. 


Central States Communication Association Preconference, Part Three:

International Partnerships and Building Communication Programs

Participants:

Chris Allen, University of Nebraska, Omaha
Sher Jan Ahmadsi, University of Nebraska, Omaha
Hugh J. Reilly, University of Nebraska, Omaha
Ana M. Cruz, University of Nebraska, Omaha
Herb Thompson, III, University of Nebraska, Omaha
Adam W. Tyma, University of Nebraska, Omaha
Andrea M. Weare, University of Nebraska, Omaha

This session describes establishing intercultural and international partnerships and designing a communication program. A team from University of Nebraska, Omaha presents The University of Nebraska, Balkh University, and Kabul University Partnership in Communication Studies both in Afghanistan. 

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