ISA ICOMM 2016 Program and Events

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Preliminary Conference Schedule

Tuesday, March 15, 2016
8:30a-9:00a Registration and Coffee (Rm. 800, GSU)
9:00a-9:15a Welcome
9:15a-10:45a Opening Session
Keynote Speakers: Lene Hansen & Philip Seib
11:00a-12:30p Panel Sessions (A1-3)
12:30p-1:30p Lunch Break
1:30p-2:15p Keynote Speaker: Robert Entman
2:30p-4:00p Panel Sessions (B1-3)
4:15p-5:00p Keynote Speaker: Steven Livingston
5:15p-6:00p Closing Remarks
Reception / Poster session

Program Chair

Babak Bahador | Univ. of Canterbury
Chiara De Franco | Univ. of Southern Denmark
Emily Metzgar | Indiana Univ.
Gabriella Paar-Jakli | Kent State Univ.
Ken Rogerson | Duke Univ.
Jenifer Whitten-Woodring | Univ. of Massachusetts Lowell

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