What is CSO?
CSO is a student club that promotes the study, teaching, and application of the principles of communication through educational and social functions that are relevant to the membership of the club at both national and regional conferences to undergraduates.
Member's research papers are submitted, and presented at both the National Communication Association National Conference and the Central States Communication Association Regional Conference.
The National Communication Association promotes effective and ethical communication. The Association supports the communication research, teaching, public service, and practice of a diverse community of scholars, educators, administrators, students, practitioners, and publics.
- Move In Day
- Senior Graduation Celebration, Lambda Pi Eta Fall Induction, December 8, 2010
- Communication Week: March 28 - April 1, 2010
- Communication Scholars Undergraduate Research Conference: April 1, 2010
- Central States Communication Association Conference: Milwaukee, WI April 6-10, 2011
- Eastern Communication Association Conference: Arlington, VA April 13-17, 2011
- Senior Graduation Celebration: Wednesday, May 4, 2011
Achievements and Awards
- Have had 21 students present papers at regional conferences
- Have had one student present at the national conference
- Have had one student place in the top 3 nationally for top NCASC paper
- Won national “club of the year” award in 2007
- Have brought communication professors from other Universities to speak
- President: Liv Sherman
- Vice-President/Publicity: Katryna McBride
- Secretary/Treasurer: Josh Harvey
How to Join?
The group meets on Wednesdays at 5:30 pm in KFA 119
Contact Jennifer Willis-Rivera or Liv Sherman for more information on how to join!