Dr. Darin Gully (Communication Studies, H&S) Wins Top Paper Award from the Central States Communication Association


Contributed by Laurie Arliss

Assistant Professor Darin Gully from the Department of Communication Studies will present two scholarly papers in Kansas City, Missouri, in April.  One of the papers will be featured as a top paper in political communication; the paper focuses on the political storytelling system, explaining the citizens' use of political information sources. 

 In addition, Dr. Gully will present a scholarly paper for a panel on online political protest.  It is titled, "'Take your seat, Clint Eastwood: Empty chairs, online protest, and the visual rhetoric of 'Eastwooding.'"

Congratulations to Dr. Gully, Communication Studies newest faculty member.