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2017 Convention Salt Lake City

The 2017 WSCA conference theme "Centralizing Marginality, Marginalizing the Center" asks participants to think in diverse and innovative ways about the relational natures of margin(ality) and center (centrality). This theme encourages us to consider the ways that centralizing marginality carries the potential to reshape how we think about, study, and teach processes of communication.

2/18/2017 to 2/21/2017
When: Saturday, February 18, 2017
8:00 AM
Where: Little America Hotel
500 Main Street
Salt Lake City, Utah  84101
United States
Contact: Michelle Holling

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Western's conventions involve about 750 students, faculty, and practitioners experiencing close to 200 research papers, symposium, presentations, short-courses, debates, and discussions. During our convention, we also recognize and reward outstanding contributions to the communication discipline, to its scholarship and teaching, and to WSCA.

The convention begins with pre-conference workshops Saturday morning and afternoon. The Undergraduate Scholars' Research Conference is Saturday, and the Graduate Student Workshop and Graduate Programs Open House are Saturday afternoon. The Kickoff Event and Welcome Reception are Saturday late afternoon/early evening. Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday (until about noon) multiple panels are held simultaneously. The Keynote Speech is Sunday morning; the famous, not-to-be-missed Sock Hop is Sunday evening, and the Convention Luncheon is Monday.

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