Dr. Kenneth L. Hacker, Department Head
Administrator Assistant: Cynthia Moore
Main Office: Speech Building, Room 304
Office Phone Number: (575) 646-2801
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Dr. Kenneth Hacker has been appointed to the editorial board of Western Journal of Communication. October 22, 2013. Also, Dr. Hacker was jut recently invited to serve on the editorial board of the Journal of Ontology Development and Applications. He presently serves on the editorial board for the Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication.
Last year, Dr. Ivan Dylko and his research on social media were discussed in The Atlantic.
The STRADA Group, Nigel Henry, Vicki Nisbett, Dr. Kenneth L. Hacker and Dr. David Boje, presented their research paper poster at NMSU’s 13th Annual University Research Council’s Research and Creative Activities Fair in the Corbett Center on Friday, October 4, 2013. The paper, “Interpreting Iranian Leaders’ Conflict Framing by Combining Latent Semantic Analysis and Pragmatist Storytelling Theory,” will be presented at the National Communication Association’s 99th Annual Convention in Washington D.C. on November 21, 2013. Absent from photo is Dr. Ahmed Abdelali.
Dr. Greg Armfield, assistant professor of communication studies an received Outstanding Achievement in Service/Outreach award in Spring of 2013.
An Outstanding Achievement in Teaching award was presented to Dr. Jeanne Flora, associate professor of communication studies in Spring of 2013.
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