Dunn named Monfort Professor

This story originally appeared in Source. Thomas R. Dunn, an associate professor in the Department of Communication Studies, has been named a Monfort Professor, one of Colorado State University’s highest honors. A leading scholar in lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer activism and memory, Dunn also has primary responsibility for training and mentoring all of […]

Seitz receives 2020 Top Rhetorical M.A. Thesis Award

Lauren Seitz (’20) has received the 2020 National Communication Association Top Rhetorical M.A. Thesis Award. Her thesis, “France Deserves to be Free”: Constituting Frenchness in Marine Le Pen’s National Front/National Rally,” examines the constitutive power of the rhetoric and media coverage of Marine Le Pen, the leader of the French far-right party known (at different […]

Gilmore receives 2020 Xiao Award

Doctoral candidate Andrew Gilmore has received the 2020 Xiao Award for Outstanding Rhetorical Research from the Association for Chinese Communication Studies at the National Communication Association for his essay “Hong Kong’s Vehicles of Democracy: The Vernacular Monumentality of Buses During the Umbrella Revolution,” published in the Journal of International and Intercultural Communication in 2019. 30, 2020 […]

Otis receives 2020 Debut Publication Award

Doctoral candidate Hailey Nicole Otis has received the 2020 Stephen E. Lucas Debut Publication Award from the National Communication Association (NCA) for her article “Intersectional Rhetoric: Where Intersectionality as Analytic Sensibility and Embodied Rhetorical Praxis Converge,” published in the Quarterly Journal of Speech in 2019. The NCA section committee praised the article as being “timely, […]