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In the Media: 

Robin M. Boylorn co-hosted Represent Rose Podcast for Slate Represent, a special series on The “Black” Bachelorette. The five part series is available at http://www.slate.com/topics/r/represent_rose.html 

Leah E. LeFebvre

Podcast for Journal of Social and Personal RelationshipsRelationship Matters Podcast Number 69 Swiping me off my feet: Explicating relationship initiation on Tinder. Professor Leah E. LeFebvre talks about her paper which delves into how mobile dating apps like Tinder are changing how relationship initiating functions. Posted September 2017.

Conferences:

Boylorn, R. M. (2017, November). “Sistas be warned”: A black feminist autoethnographic performance on gender, race, and educational institutions. Performance respondent for the Feminist and Women Studies Division at the National Communication Association Conference in Dallas, TX.

Boylorn, R. M. (2017, November). Fieldwork: An ethnography teach-in. Panel co-chair for the Ethnography Division at the National Communication Association Conference in Dallas, TX.

Boylorn, R. M. (2017, November). The audacity of hate: An autoethnography of disillusionment, ambivalence, and fear following the 2016 presidential election. Paper presented to the Ethnography Division at the National Communication Association Conference in Dallas, TX.

Boylorn, R. M. (2017, November). The legacy and relevance of women of color and rransnational Feminism in Autoethnography. Panel discussant for the Feminist and Women Studies and African American Communication and Culture Divisions at the National Communication Association Conference, Dallas, TX.

Carmack, H. J. (2017, November). Top papers in applied communication. Panel respondent to the Applied Communication Division at the annual meeting of the National Communication Association in Dallas, TX.

Carmack, H. J. (2017, November). Top competitive papers in forensics. Panel respondent to the National Forensics Association Division at the annual meeting of the National Communication Association in Dallas, TX.

Carmack, H. J. (2017, November). Our scholarly legacy, our institutional relevance: Promoting good research and publication. Panel respondent to the National Forensics Association Division at the annual meeting of the National Communication Association in Dallas, TX.

Carmack, H. J. (2017, November). A hidden America: Examining contemporary Appalachian health to teach the culture-centered approach. Competitive paper presented the Great Ideas for Teaching Speech (GIFTS) Division at the annual meeting of the National Communication Association in Dallas, TX.

Griffin, D. J. (2017, October). Understanding the Deaf: Critical knowledge for emergencies. Invited public presentation to faculty, staff, students and first responders in the community. Flathead Valley Community College, Kalispell, MT.

Heiss, S. N., Portman, E. C., & Carmack, H. J. (2017, November). Commercial and health promotion messages on the Expo floor: An examination of how nutritional health professionals navigate a commodification of dietetics. Competitive paper presented to the Applied Communication Division at the annual meeting of the National Communication Association in Dallas, TX.

Richards, S., & Carmack, H. J. (2017, November). “The guy at Whole Foods told me to”: Utilizing Dr. Ken as a springboard for discussing current issues in health communication. Competitive paper presented to the Great Ideas for Teaching Speech (GIFTS) Division at the annual meeting of the National Communication Association in Dallas, TX.

LeFebvre, L. E., Brody, N., & Blackburn, K. G. (2017). Account-making following relationship dissolution: Exploring sex as a moderator in public and private breakup accounts. Paper presented to the Interpersonal Communication Division at the National Communication Association Conference in Dallas, TX.

LeFebvre, L. E., Blackburn, K. G., & Brody, N. (2017). To remember or to forget past romantic relationships: Exploring the deletion of virtual possessions and artifacts on Facebook. Paper presented to the Human Communication & Technology Division at the National Communication Association Conference in Dallas, TX.

Allen, M., LeFebvre, L. E., LeFebvre, L., & Preiss, R. (2017). Teachers use of humor in the classroom: A meta-analysis. Paper presented to the Instructional Development Division at the National Communication Association Conference in Dallas, TX.

LeFebvre, L. E. (2017). Rethinking our theoretical legacies and methodological relevance in interpersonal communication. Panel chair for the Interpersonal Communication Division at National Communication Association Conference in Dallas, TX.

LeFebvre, L. E. (2017). Is there an app for that?: Stigmatization and normalization of dating within emerging communication technologies. Paper presented to the Society for the Study of Emerging Adults in Washington, DC.

Pederson, J. R. (2017). Emphasizing the interpersonal in interpersonal research. Panel participant in the Interpersonal Communication Division at National Communication Association Conference in Dallas, TX.

Pederson, J. R., & Faw, M. H. (2017). Communal coping and support marshaling following relational transgressions. Paper presented to the Interpersonal Communication Division at National Communication Association Conference in Dallas, TX.

Totenhagen, C. J., Wilmarth, M. J., Serido, J., & Betancourt, A. (2017, November). Daily fluctuations in financial satisfaction and stress: Associations with relationship satisfaction. In M. A. Curran & J. Serido (Chairs), Relationships and Finances: Multiple Influences and Multiple Outcomes. Poster presented as part of a symposium to National Council on Family Relations, Orlando, FL.

Totenhagen, C. J. (2017, November). Discussant for the symposium “A very long hike”: Relationship processes across the life course. Amy Rauer (session organizer and chair). Symposium presented to National Council on Family Relations, Orlando, FL.