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Interpersonal and Public Communication Student Projects

    Delic Fatima Awarded 2017 Harry S. Truman Bootrap

    Two UMKC students, Fatima Delic and Cameron Casey, have been selected as 2017 Harry S. Truman Bootstrap awardees. Chosen in a competitive process among UMKC undergraduate applicants, they will join interns from the other University of Missouri campuses living together in condos near the Capitol and working in offices of Missouri representatives and senators.

    Cameron Casey, an Urban Planning and Design major, and Fatima Delic, a double major in Political Science and Communication Studies, will be assigned to governmental offices (legislative or administrative) and will work with identified mentors while there. More information is available here.


    Students and Faculty Present at CSCA Conference

    A girl is giving speech Communication Studies major Chelsea Bihlmeyer recently presented her paper, "Unpacking the Tinder Lexicon: Visual Rhetoric and Power," at the 2017 annual conference Central States Communication Association. The paper was competitively selected, and was the result of an independent study she completed with Dr. Steven Melling during the Fall, 2016 semester.