Cowperthwaite Lectures Invited Scholars | Kent State University

Cowperthwaite Lectures Invited Scholars

  • 2016 Dawn O. Braithwaite, 100 Years of Communication and Counting, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
  • 2014 Patrice Buzzanell, Taking a Sideways Glance at Mentoring, Purdue University
  • 2012 David Ewoldsen, Cultivation theory: Multiple perspectives, Ohio State University
  • 2011 Walid Afifi, Uncertainty and its management in the context of community-wide trauma: Implications for well-being, University of California, Santa Barbara
  • 2010 Mary Beth Oliver, Pennsylvania State University  
  • 2009 Austin Babrow, Communication and Uncertainty, Ohio University
  • 2008 Daniel J. Canary, Communication and Relational Maintenance, Arizona State University
  • 2007 George Cheney, What do we mean when we say “Globalization”?, University of Utah
  • 2006 Young Yun Kim, From Ethnic to interethnic: The case for identity adaptation and transformation, University of Oklahoma
  • 2005 Joseph B. Walther, Communication and the Distribution of People and Information in Virtual Groups, Cornell University
  • 2004 Bradley S. Greenberg, From Pac Man to Grand Theft Auto: What’s with Video Games?, Michigan State University
  • 2003 Howard Giles, Talking Age & Aging Talk, University of California, Santa Barbara
  • 2002 James P. Dillard, Persuasion & Interpersonal Influence, University of Wisconsin
  • 2001 Ronald E. Rice, New Media Reseach & Theory, Rutgers University
  • 2000 David Seibold, Bridging Theory and Practice in Communication, University of California at Santa Barbara
  • 1999 Sandra Petronio, The Riddles of Privacy in the World of Communication, Arizona State University
  • 1998 Mark Knapp, The Truth About Lies, University of Texas at Austin
  • 1997 Everett M. Rogers, Research Fronts in Communication: An Evolutionary History, University of New Mexico
  • 1996 Brant R. Burleson, Viewing Personal Relationships as a Skilled Accomplishment, Purdue University
  • 1995 Nancy Signorielli, Cultivating Media Images, University of Delaware
  • 1994 James McCroskey, Communication Anxiety, Apprehension, and Compulsion, West Virginia University
  • 1993 Fredric M. Jablin, Organizational Communication: A Life, University of Texas-Austin
  • 1992 Jennings Bryant, Entertainment Theory, University of Alabama
  • 1991 Virginia Richmond, Power, Communication, Control, & Concerns in Organization, West Virginia University
  • 1990 Gary Cronkhite, New Directions in Persuasion Research, Indiana University
  • 1989 Marshall Scott Poole, Moving Group Communication Research into the Future: New Theories and New Technologies, University of Minnesota
  • 1988 Herbert W. Simons, Trashing Mediated Campaign Hype: Does/Can/Should Rhetorical Criticism Make a Difference?, Temple University
  • 1987 Linda Putnam, Generating Interesting Research Questions in Organizational Communication: Past Reflections and Future Directions, Purdue University
  • 1986 Robert Pepper, Telecommunications Policy: A Communication(s) Perspective, The Annenberg School of Communication
  • 1985 Orlando Taylor, Sociolinguistics and the Humanities, Howard University
  • 1984 J. Jeffery Auer, Who Cares Who Writes the President’s Speeches, Indiana University