Colloquium - Communication Arts & Sciences - February 26, 2010

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Please join us for the Colloquium of the Department of Communication Arts & Sciences

Friday, February 26, 2010
367 Willard Building
University Park, PA

Kristin Mathe, "The Rhetorical Foundation of the Troubling Legacy of the Great Society"

Lindsey Aloia, "Stressors within Marine Corps Families: A Qualitative Study of Discourse within an Online Forum"

Frank Stec, "Trying to Understand What You Never Cared About: Recovering Social Knowledge with This American Life's Economic Coverage."

Andrew High, "The Power of Person-Centeredness: A Meta-Analysis of Person-Centered Social Support Systems."

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