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Frederick Williams Prize for Contributions to the Study of Communication Technology

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Frederick Williams Prize for Contributions to the Study of Communication Technology

Dr. Frederick Williams (1933-2010), former ICA President and founding Dean of the Annenberg School for Communication, was one of the first scholars to devote research attention to the study of new communication technology. Fred was a visionary who made a lasting impact on the field of communication. He was a colleague, friend and mentor to many who carry his vision forward and who honor his memory with this Prize. The Frederick Williams Prize recognizes outstanding contributions to knowledge concerning the social uses and impacts of new communication technologies.

The Williams Prize will be awarded annually by the Communication and Technology (CAT) Division of the International Communication Association to recognize outstanding scholarly works and cumulative achievements that have advanced the study of communication technology. Nominations will be solicited from CAT members and a selection committee will announce the winner at the CAT Division business meeting each year.


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