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Contributed by Laurie Arliss on 05/03/2012
Danette Johnson, Professor of Communication Studies, has been named a Distinguished Research Fellow by the Eastern Communication Association (ECA). Distinguished Research Fellow status is given in recognition of outstanding scholarly achievement over the course of one’s career, in conjunction with a record of ongoing service to ECA, and is ECA’s highest award for scholarly achievement.
Dr. Johnson’s scholarly contributions include over 35 peer-reviewed articles and book chapters. Her service to ECA includes a term as Executive Director, multiple terms on editorial boards for the association’s journals, and service as chair for the Interpersonal, Instructional, Nonverbal, and Organizational Communication Interest Groups. She is presently ECA’s First Vice President and will begin a term as President next April.
Dr. Johnson was named a Distinguished Teaching Fellow, ECA’s highest teaching honor, in 2009 and earned the Past Officer’s Award for mid-career scholarly achievement and service to ECA in 2001.