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ICA Election Results in: Patricia Moy President-Elect Select

Posted By Jennifer Le, ICA Manager of Conference Services, Monday, November 21, 2016
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Patricia Moy,
ICA President-Elect-Select,
U of Washington

Patricia Moy (U of Washington) was elected President-Elect Select by the members of the International Communication Association in the 2016 ICA election. Upon election, Moy automatically became a nonvoting (until inducted as President-Elect) member of the association's Executive Committee. She will serve as Program Chair for the 2018 ICA conference in Prague, Czech Republic, at the conclusion of which she will become President of ICA.

Patricia is the Christy Cressey Professor of Communication and Associate Vice Provost for Academic and Student Affairs at the U of Washington. No stranger to ICA, she became a student member while a graduate student at U of Wisconsin. Since then, she has chaired the Political Communication division and numerous award committees. She is also presently finishing up a 2-year term as president of the World Association for Public Opinion Research (WAPOR).

In other association-wide elections, Sister Agnes Lucy Lando (Daystar U), who also served as the organizer of ICA's recent regional conference in Nairobi, was elected as Board Member-At-Large and Julie Escurignan (U of Roehampton) was elected as Student Board Member. Both will serve a 2-year term and will start their positions at the conclusion of the ICA San Diego conference in 2017.

Two association-wide ICA bylaws changes were approved. Twenty-nine new officers were elected across 21 Divisions and Interest Groups. Four division/IG-level bylaws changes were approved and one division dues amount was increased. Results of the division/interest group elections are listed below:

Divisions:

  • Nancy Jennings (U of Cincinnati): Vice Chair for the Children, Adolescents, and the Media Division
  • Lars Lundgren (Sodertorn U): Secretary for the Communication History Division
  • Sudeshna Roy (Stephen F Austin State U): Vice Chair for the Ethnicity and Race in Communication Division
  • Ingrid Bachmann (Catholic U of Chile): Vice Chair of the Feminist Scholarship Division
  • Melinda Sebastian (Drexel U): Secretary-Historian of the Feminist Scholarship Division
  • Johannes Breuer (U of Cologne): Vice Chair of the Game Studies Division
  • Radhika Gajjala (Bowling Green State U): Vice Chair of the Global Communication and Social Change Division
  • Narine Yegiyan (U of California, Davis): Vice Chair of the Information Systems Division
  • Marjorie M. Buckner (Texas Tech U): Secretary of the Instructional and Developmental Communication Division
  • Soumia Bardhan (Kansas State U): Vice Chair of the Intercultural Communication Division
  • Juana Du (Royal Roads U): Secretary of the Intercultural Communication Division
  • Amanda Holmstrom (Michigan State U): Vice Chair of the Interpersonal Communication Division
  • Nina Springer (LMU Munich): Secretary of the Journalism Studies Division
  • Natacha Yazbeck (U of Pennsylvania): Student and Early Career Representative of the Journalism Studies Division
  • David Boromisza-Habashi (U of Colorado-Boulder): Vice Chair of the Language and Social Interaction Division
  • Jonathan Cohen (U of Haifa): Vice Chair of the Mass Communication Division
  • Alanna Peebles (U of Wisconsin-Madison): Student and Early Career Representative of the Mass Communication Division
  • Rebecca Gill (Massey U): Secretary of the Organizational Communication Division
  • Jayson Harsin (American U of Paris): Vice Chair of the Philosophy, Theory, and Critique Division
  • Ido Ramati (Hebrew U of Jerusalem): Student and Early Career Representative of the Philosophy, Theory, and Critique Division
  • Weiyu (Ivy) Zhang (National U of Singapore): Secretary of the Popular Communication Division
  • Flora Hung-Baesecke (Massey U): Vice Chair of the Public Relations Division
  • Phuong Hoan Le (Erasmus U Rotterdam): Student and Early Career Representative of the Public Relations Division
  • Jelle Mast (Vrije U Brussel): Vice Chair of the Visual Communication Studies Division
  • Interest Groups:

  • Jessica Gasiorek (U of Hawai'i): Vice Chair of the Intergroup Communication Interest Group
  • Yulia Strekalova (U of Florida): Secretary of the Intergroup Communication Interest Group
  • Marko Dragojevic (U of Kentucky): Student and Early Career Representative of the Intergroup Communication Interest Group
  • Lukasz Szulc (U of Antwerp): Early Career Representative for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Studies Interest Group
  • Rich Ling (Nanyang Technological U): Vice Chair of Mobile Communication Interest Group
  • Other:

  • The Communication and Technology Division, Game Studies Division, Mobile Communication Interest Group, and Public Relations Division approved new bylaws language and adoptions.
  • The Game Studies Division approved a dues increase.
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