2012 Communication Ethics Division Call for Awards

Filed under: Announcements, Calls for Papers & Nominations by: Pat Gehrke

Nominations are now open:

The Communication Ethics Interest Group of the National Communication Association invites nominations now for awards that will be presented at our 2012 division business meeting at the NCA Convention in Orlando.  We will recognize academic excellence in publications with a strong communication ethics focus in: single author book of the year, edited book of the year, and journal article of the year.  Award winners are encouraged but not required to be division members. Publication must have occurred between August 2011 and July 2012 to be considered for the 2012 awards. In addition, we will present a top communication ethicsteaching award to recognize achievement in pedagogy specifically related to teaching communication ethics.

To make a nomination, including self-nominations, submit a cover letter outlining the merits and impact of the nominated work or teacher.  For the teaching award, include evidence of teaching effectiveness as based on student evaluation scores and comments, as well as peer review(s) and a candidate statement of teaching philosophy.

For book nominations, please send two copies to: Annette M. Holba, Communication and Media Studies, Plymouth State University, MSC 60, 17 High Street, Plymouth, NH 03264.

For journal articles, please submit a PDF file copy to aholba@plymouth.edu.   If a PDF copy is not available, send three paper copies to the address above.

For teaching awards, please submit three complete packets of requested materials toaholba@plymouth.edu.

Nominations will be accepted until September 1, 2012.  For more information, contact Communication EthicsDivision Immediate Past Chair Annette M. Holba at aholba@plymouth.edu.

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