Vol. 1, No. 3
Item 1. Be sure to submit papers or panels by October 1 for the 2010 CSCA Convention. The clock is ticking. Please send submissions to Kristi Gerding Scholten our President. See submission requirements at the CSCA home page "Call."
Excitement is in the air. St. Louis here we come. Yes, April 1 is approaching fast and so are new ideas, new and old friends, and new challenges.
"VALUE-ADDED": Rhetorical Theory and Criticism Interest Group
/CSCA, e-Newsletter, Volume 1, No. 1, November, 2008.
"VALUE-ADDED" is a new launch initiated at our last business meeting.
Rhetorical Theory and Criticism
The Rhetorical Theory and Criticism Interest Group is dedicated to preserving and promoting scholarship and teaching in rhetorical theory and rhetorical criticism.
Bylaws of the Rhetorical Theory and Criticism Interest Group
Chair: Kristen L. McCauliff, Ball State University
Vice-Chair: Justin Killian, St. Cloud State University
Secretary: Jessica Prody, St. Lawrence University
2016 Program Planner: Kristen L. McCauliff, firstname.lastname@example.org
Rhetorical Theory and Criticism Top Papers
The Karlyn Kohrs Campbell Award is named after distinguished scholar Karlyn Kohrs Campbell and is presented to the author(s) of the Top Paper submitted to the Rhetorical Theory and Criticism Interest Group. At the annual convention, the recipient receives a cash award and a certificate. The recipient of the Karlyn Kohrs Campbell Award is recognized at the Rhetorical Theory and Criticism Interest Group business meeting.
The David Zarefsky Award is named after distinguished scholar David Zarefsky and is presented to the author(s) of the Top Student Paper submitted to the Rhetorical Theory and Criticism Interest Group. At the annual convention, the recipient receives a cash award and a certificate. The recipient of the David Zarefsky Award is recognized at the Rhetorical Theory and Criticism Interest Group business meeting.
Karlyn Kohrs Campbell Award for Top Paper:
2012: Jerry L. Miller (Ohio University) and J. W. Smith (Ohio University)
2013: Kundai V. Chirindo (Lewis and Clark College)
2014: Katherine L. Lavelle (University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse)
David Zarefsky Award for Top Student Paper:
2012: Rahul Mitra (Purdue University)
2013: Amanda Nell Edgar (University of Missouri)
2014: Zachary Walker (University of Kansas)
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