Communication Arts & Sciences students present at Graduate Research Exhibition

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Four graduate students from Communication Arts & Sciences presented at the recent Research Exhibition of Penn State's Graduate School

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Hillary Jones - In a State of Flux: The Dispossessed's Anarchist and Feminist Rhetorics



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Danielle Catona - Age-Adapted Speech in an Assisted Living Facility


mehltretter.jpeg Sara Ann Mehltretter - The Long Twilight Struggle: Presidential Rhetoric, National Security, and the Cold War


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Una Kimokeo-Goes - Building an Empire, Defining a Nation: The Rhetoric of U.S. Expansion at the Turn of the Twentieth Century

photo credit: Sara Mehltretter

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