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The 2013 KCA Conference is Coming Soon!Register now!

Deadline for all submissions  is June 15, 2013.

The theme is "The Future is Now!" Read the Call for Submissions.

Submissions are now closed.

 

The 2013 KCA Conference will take place at Dale Hollow State Resort Park on September 20-21.

 

IMPORTANT!!! Please make your lodging reservations early as the cutoff is August 1, 2013!

 

 

The Kentucky Communication Association was established in 1931 for the promotion of effective teaching, research, and practice in the artistic, humanistic, and scientific principles of communication. KCA is dedicated to serving its membership while increasing the visability and effectiveness of communication professionalism in Kentucky. KCA is a not-for-profit organization comprised of communication faculty, students, and professionals who are committed to studying, improving, and applying the principles of communication within the Commonwealth of Kentucky. KCA seeks to promote a climate that enhances professional growth and facilitates effective group action. KCA provides a forum for productive interaction between and among those who apply communication knowledge, those who create communication knowledge, those who study and teach communication. In addition, KCA provides support services for those seeking discipline-related employment and increases the awareness of the field of communication in the general population. KCA also provides leaders of local and state government with information relating to the field of communication. Finally, KCA provides opportunities for award recognition as well as communication education, communication training and/or communication services for interested persons, groups and/or organizations.

 

The Kentucky Communication Association is hosting the 2013 KCA Conference at Dale Hollow State Resort Park on September 20-21.

 

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