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Paul Kimumwe, Graduate Teaching Assistant in Rhetoric and Professional Communication, has a report published by the Collaboration on International ICT Policy for East and Southern Africa (CIPESA).

Paul Kimumwe, Graduate Teaching Assistant in Rhetoric and Professional Communication, has a report published by the Collaboration on International ICT Policy for East and Southern Africa (CIPESA).  “The State of Media Freedom and Journalists’ Safety in Africa 2022” was co-authored by Paul Kimumwe, Victor Kapiyo, Simone Toussi, and Dr. Wairagala Wakabi.  The report assesses the state of … Continue reading Paul Kimumwe, Graduate Teaching Assistant in Rhetoric and Professional Communication, has a report published by the Collaboration on International ICT Policy for East and Southern Africa (CIPESA).

CATEGORIES: Department Events, RPC

STC (Society for Technical Communication) student chapter meeting

You’re invited to the first meeting of our student chapter of STC (Society for Technical Communication): Pizza, pop, and bottled water available During this first meeting, we’ll introduce ourselves to each other, lay out an agenda for the semester, and elect officers.  If you’re interested in a leadership position, here’s you chance to step forward! … Continue reading STC (Society for Technical Communication) student chapter meeting

September 19, 2022, 6:00pm | Ross 212

Allison Durazzi talks about ice cream and why she chose Rhetoric and Professional Communication

By Amanda Ortiz-Pellot Allison Durazzi, a third-year Ph.D. student in the Rhetorical and Professional Communication program at Iowa State University, has dedicated her research to uncover some of the practices and considerations that companies employ when commemorating notable figures or social issues through their products. In this article, she explains her efforts and dives into … Continue reading Allison Durazzi talks about ice cream and why she chose Rhetoric and Professional Communication

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Godwin Agboka is scheduled to give a research presentation on November 18th

Dr. Godwin Agboka will be giving a presentation titled “Injustice and Privilege in Technical Communication: Social Justice Strategies for Programmatic Development” on Wednesday, November 18, 2020.  Because of restrictions on large gatherings, his talk will be delivered through Webex. Dr. Godwin Agbokais an Assistant Professor of Technical and Professional Communication at the University of Houston … Continue reading Godwin Agboka is scheduled to give a research presentation on November 18th

November 18, 2020, 1:00-2:00pm | Online via Zoom.  Contact Taylor Petersen (tlp@iastate.edu) for log in information.
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Christina V. Cedillo is scheduled to give a research presentation on October 7th

Christina Cedillo will be presenting “Contesting Monstrous Representations: Latinx Multimodal Rhetorics of Resistance” on Wednesday, October 7, 2020.  Because of restrictions on large gatherings, her talk will be presented through Webex. Christina V. Cedillo is an assistant professor of writing and rhetoric at the University of Houston-Clear Lake where she teaches first year and advanced … Continue reading Christina V. Cedillo is scheduled to give a research presentation on October 7th

October 7, 2020, 1:00-2:00pm | Online via Webex