Presentations/Posters/Panels – May 2016

Evelyn Ang, Lecturer, participated in the UW-System’s Office of Professional and Instructional Development (OPID) Annual Spring Conference as part of her responsibilities as 2013-2014 Wisconsin Teaching Fellow. The conference was held at the Heidel House on the shores of Green Lake. Conference details at

Ang, E. (2016, April). Learning objectives generated by consensus: An exercise in self-determination and collaboration to incite student engagement. Poster presented at the Spring 2016 Office of Professional and Instructional Development (OPID) conference at Heidel House, Green Lake, WI.

Harris, L. (2016, February). Gender, Citizenship, and Rhetorical Geography in the White Slavery Controversy. Paper presented at the Gender and Citizenship Conference, Texas A&M.

Harris, L. Rockefeller Archive Center Grant-in-Aid, 2016. Grant award to fund research at the Rockefeller Archive Center.

Miller, J. (2016, April). Rhetorically Constituting the CSI Effect and an ‘Uneducated’ Jury: How Legal Experts Responded to the Casey Anthony Trial. Paper presented at the Central States Communication Association (CSCA) Convention, Grand Rapids, MI.

Salek, T. A. (2016, April). Disciplining the cyber wild west: President Obama’s model for transparent digital American citizenship. Paper presented at Central States Communication Association (CSCA) Conference, Grand Rapids, MI.

*Top Student Paper in the Political Communication Division*