December 1974
Spectra;Dec1974, Vol. 10 Issue 6, p3
This article announces that the Speech Communication Association (SCA) Research Board and the Department of Communication, Purdue University, will jointly sponsor a post-doctoral seminar entitled General Systems Approaches to Human Communication on March 30-April 2, 1975. The seminar, to be held on the Purdue campus, West Lafayette, Indiana, will feature a combination of visiting experts and a small group of post-doctoral participants. Papers, which can be rough drafts, may be theoretical papers, reports of empirical research, methodological critiques or research prospectuses. The program will involve a combination of the following elements: invited papers by visiting experts, presentation and discussion of papers submitted by post-doctoral participants, intensive dialogue among participants and visiting critics and interaction with resident. The SCA Research Board will undertake to facilitate publication opportunities for finished papers emerging from this seminar. It is hoped and expected that all of the living expenses for the duration of the seminar will be covered by sources available to Purdue University.


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