Volume 35, Number 10: December 2007
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Information Systems

The process had begun for determining the slate of Information Systems papers and panels for ICA 2008. We had a total of 111 papers/abstracts submitted and two panel proposals. We also had 80 people agree to be reviewers, which made it much easier to assign papers based upon expressed areas of interest. My thanks to all those who agreed to review! I know it is a busy time of year, but I also encourage you to try to "meet-or-beat" the deadline of December 10th for returning your reviews. This will give you the most time to complete detailed comments and reviews, while allowing me the time I need to determine acceptances and submit our slate to ICA Headquarters.

Speaking of ICA Headquarters, Division Chair Paul Bolls has been working with them to find a location for the Division Social…which will be scheduled immediately following our business meeting in May.

Enjoy the holiday season, and I look forward to seeing you (and your research) in Montreal.

Sincerely,
Rob Potter, Vice Chair
rfpotter@indiana.edu

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Interpersonal Communication

If you have not done so already, let me remind you to send your best work to the Interpersonal Communication Division of ICA for our upcoming conference in Montreal May 22-26.

Deadline is November 1, 2007 (Thursday, Midnight, EST)

Reminder that the Interpersonal Division has a cash award for the top student paper and a cash award for the top applied paper. Be sure to let me know if you want your work considered for the top applied paper.

If you are interested in reviewing for our division. You can sign up to review for interpersonal on the conference site.

All the best,

Pamela Kalbfleisch, Chair
Pamelak@und.nodak.edu

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Visual Communication

Dear members of the ICA Visual Communication Studies Division, it is my great pleasure to inform you of the election results. Thanks to all of you who participated in the vote, and to all our excellent candidates who ran for office.

Please join me in congratulating Luc Pauwels who was elected to the office of vice-chair of the Visual Communication Studies Division, and Mary Bock, who will serve as secretary to the Division.

I would also like to take the opportunity to remind you of the approaching deadline for submissions (papers, panels, extended abstracts) to our division (which you will find in alphabetical order as the last in the pulldown menu on the submission website) for the 2008 Montreal conference. The deadline is November 1, 11 p.m. EST. Please do not wait until the very last minute to submit your proposals!

Very much looking forward to a large turnout, with kind regards from Bremen, Germany,

Marion G. Muller, Chair
m.mueller@jacobs-university.de

 

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To Reach ICA Editors

Journal of Communication
Michael J. Cody, Editor
School of Communication
Annenberg School of Communication
3502 Wyatt Way
U of Southern California
Los Angeles, CA 90089-0281 USA
cody@usc.edu


Human Communication Research
Jake Harwood, Editor
Department of Communication
U of Arizona
211 Communication Building
Tucson, AZ 85721 USA
jharwood@u.arizona.edu


Communication Theory
Francois Cooren, Editor
Department of Communication
U de Montreal
CP 6128 Succursale Centre-Ville
Montreal, Quebec H3C 3J7 CANADA
communicationtheory@umontreal.ca


Communication Culture & Critique
Karen Ross, Editor
Coventry U
School of Art and Design
Priory Street
Coventry CV1 5FB UNITED KINGDOM
karen.ross@liverpool.ac.uk

Journal of Computer-Mediated Communication
Susan Herring, Editor
School of Library and Information Science
U of Indiana
Bloomington, IN 47405 USA
jcmc@steel.ucs.indiana.edu


Communication Yearbook
Christina S. Beck, Editor
Ohio U
School of Communication Studies
210 Lasher Hall
Athens, OH 45701 USA
BECK@ohio.edu



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International Communication Association 2007-2008 Board of Directors

Executive Committee
Sonia Livingstone, President, London School of Economics
Ronald E. Rice, Immediate Past President, U of California - Santa Barbara
Patrice Buzzanell, President-Elect, Purdue U
Barbie Zelizer, President-Elect/Select, U of Pennsylvania
Jon Nussbaum, Past President, Pennsylvania State U
Wolf Donsbach (ex-oficio), Finance Chair, Technical U Dresden
Michael L. Haley (ex-oficio), Executive Director

Members-at-Large
Sherry Ferguson, U of Ottowa
Yu-li-Liu, National Chengchi U
Elena E. Pernia, U of the Philippines, Dilman
Gianpetro Mazzoleni, U of Milan
Juliet Roper, U of Waikato

Student Members
Rebecca Hains, Temple U
Mikaela Marlow, U of California - Santa Barbara

Division Chairs & ICA Vice Presidents
Paul Bolls, Information Systems, U of Missouri - Columbia
Pamela Kalbfleish, Interpersonal Communication, U of North Dakota
Robin Nabi, Mass Communication, U of California – Santa Barbara
Cynthia Stohl, Organizational Communication, U of California - Santa Barbara
Jim Neuliep, Intercultural Communication, St. Norbert College
Oliver Boyd-Barrett, Global Communication and Social Change, Bowling Green State U
Patricia Moy, Political Communication, U of Washington
Amy Nathanson, Instructional & Developmental Communication, Ohio State U
Douglas Storey, Health Communication, Johns Hopkins U
Ingrid Volkmer, Philosophy of Communication, U of Melbourne
Jan A.G.M. Van Dijk, Communication & Technology, U of Twente
Lynn Schofield Clark, Popular Communication, U of Denver
Betteke van Ruler, Public Relations, U of Amsterdam
Vicki Mayer, Feminist Scholarship, Tulane U
Sharon Strover, Communication Law & Policy, U of Texas - Austin
Mark Aakhus, Language & Social Interaction - Rutgers U
Marion G. Mueller, Visual Communication, Jacobs U - Bremen
John Newhagen, Journalism Studies, U of Maryland

Special Interest Group Chairs
David J. Phillips, Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, & Transgender Studies, U of Texas - Austin
Bernadette Watson, Intergroup Communication, U of Queensland
Kumarini Silva, Ethnicity and Race in Communication, Northeastern U
John Sherry, Game Studies, Michigan State U
David Park, History of Communication, Lake Forest College

Editorial & Advertising
Michael J. West, ICA, Publications Manager

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