ceccarelli lecture
Inaugural Lecture Series: In this series, recently promoted full professors and principal lecturers in the Department of Communication offer reflective, autobiographical lectures on the questions and ideas that motivate their scholarship, and the people and ideas that have inspired them. The department sponsors these lectures to honor faculty who have crossed the threshold of promotion to the highest rank in their appointment lines.

The first Inaugural Lecture, “Rhetoric of Science: Crossing Disciplinary Boundaries“, was given by Leah Ceccarelli on Monday 9/16 from 1:30-2:30pm in CMU #120.

The second Inaugural Lecture, “What Actually Happened Was Much Stranger: Research Adventures From Grad School to the Present” will be by Phil Howard on October 30th, from 3:30pm to 4:20pm in the Communications Building, room CMU 120.

The third Inaugural Lecture “An auto-ethnography of an academic life,” was on Wednesday 2/12 at 3:30pm, in CMU #120 by Lisa Coutu.

The fourth Inaugural Lecture “Organizing as a Muse, Technologies as Means” was on Wednesday March 9, 2016 by Kirsten Foot.