Faculty Contribute to National Communications Conference
Tuesday, August 21, 2012 - 404 hits
Mary Lou Nemanic, associate professor of communications, presented at the national conference of the Association of Educators in Journalism and Mass Communications held in Chicago this week. Her presentation, "Citizen Journalism 3.0: A Case Study of the Twin Cities Daily Planet," was attended by AEJMC President Linda Steiner. While at the conference, Nemanic was appointed Co-teaching Chair for AEJMC's Civic and Citizen Journalism Interest Group.
Robert Trumpbour, associate professor of communications, assisted in coordination of the event. He currently serves as a member of the AEJMC Board of Directors and was elected vice chair of the organization’s Council of Divisions.
The AEJMC is the oldest and largest alliance of journalism and mass communications educators and administrators at the college level. Its mission is to advance education, foster scholarly research, cultivate better professional practices, and promote the free flow of communication. This year's conference celebrated AEJMC's 100 years as an association.