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Health Communication - Amanda L. Kundrat Thesis of the Year Award

The Amanda L. Kundrat Health Communication Thesis of the Year Award is given jointly each year by the Health Communication Divisions of the International Communication Association and the National Communication Association. Recipients are selected through blind review by a panel of elected officers of the two Associations to recognize excellence in student scholarship at the Masters Degree level. Nominees may submit work on any aspect of health communication, representing any methodological approach or theoretical perspective.

This award is given in honor of the late Amanda Lee Kundrat, recipient of the award in 2002 for her Thesis entitled "The impact of invisible illness on identity and contextual age across the life span" directed by Jon Nussbaum.


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