Abilene Christian College - Prickly Pear Yearbook (Abilene, TX)

 - Class of 1983

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Communication Broadcast students watch TV monitors in the control booth during tapings of Lectureship speakers in the TV studio. Communicating With four divisions focusing on different fields, it was in- evitable that the department of communication would be characterized by diverse activities. The department also had some common goals. however, that helped unify it, said Dr. Ed Brown. department chairman. One of those goals centered on professional orientation through organization memberships and research. As a result ofthat professional orientation the oral communication divi- sion changed its name to human communication. The name change was made to reflect terminology used more widely in the field, Brown said. The human communication faculty served in key posi- tions in major organizations in their field. Dr. Carley Dodd was chairman of the International Intercultural Commission of the Speech Communication Association of America and of the Intercultural Division of the Southern Speech Com- munication Association. joe Cardot was vice chairman of the SCAA Intercultural Division, and Dr. Mike Lewis was vice chairman of the Organization Communication Commission of the SCAA. journalism and mass communication faculty members at- tended several professional meetings during the year. Dr. Charlie Marler accompanied a group of students to the na- tional Society of Professional journalists, Sigma Delta Chi convention in November. He and Merlin Mann attended the founding meeting of the American journalism History Association. Marler was named a production editor of a new journal, Americazzjour- nalirm, to be introduced in 1983. Cindy Stocking and a group of students attended the national Associated Col- professionali m legiate Press meeting in October. In the drama division, Ted Starnes completed his doctora degree at North Texas State University in December, ani two new instructors, Wyatt Hester and Adam Hester, weri added to the faculty. The drama division continued its heavj production schedule with the Homecoming musical, threi Dinner Theatres and several other productions. -Iayni Whitaker of the human communication division, starred ii one ofthe Dinner Theatres. Dee Kirby of the communication disorders division wa elected in the fall as president of the Big Country Speech Language-Hearing Association. Several other changes in the department helped move i toward its goal of a high level of professionalism. The Com munication Research Center was established in late spring ii conjunction with World Christian Broadcasting Corpora tion. Dr. B. E. Davis was named director of the center in ad dition to maintaining some of his teaching responsibilities, The journalism-mass communication division also receiv ed approval for a fifth academic sequence, photojournalisrr and a new instructor was hired as director of the sequencr for the fall of 1983. The division also made a major step in the direction o professional quality when it was accepted unanimously inti the American Society ofjournalism School Administrators. The organizations aim is to improve journalism educatioi by aiding administrators in organizing and directing an effi cient academic unit. Marler said ACU would be recognize. as having a stronger program because of the ASJS1 acceptance. 546 f Communication P' ' iff? 'stir' -Sis

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