Jennifer Priem Wins NCA Dissertation Award

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At its annual conference in San Francisco in November, the National Communication Association awarded Jennifer S. Priem (PhD Penn State 2008, Communication Arts & Sciences) the 2010 NCA Gerald R. Miller Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation Award for "The Illocutionary Force of Hurt and Support in Young Adult Romantic Relationships: Message Features, Message Perceptions, and Physiological Stress," which was directed by Professor and Associate Dean Denise Solomon. The award was one of three association-wide awards for the best doctoral dissertation in the field of communication. This year Jennifer is a postdoctoral fellow in Human Development and Family Sciences at the University of Texas, Austin.


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