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Call for RMIG Joint Panel Proposals for the 2016 AEJMC Convention
Aloha RMIG Colleagues:
It’s not too early to think about...
AEJMC Conference Joint Session Proposal (Example)
Panel Title:
Getting to Know AEJMC
Pane Type:
x Panel Research
PF&R
Teac...
Estimate Speaker Costs:
None
Contact person:
Dr. Melissa Jones
Anywhere State
melissajones@anywhere.edu
806-888-1111
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2016 Religion and Media Interest Group Call for Panel Sessions and Pre-Conference activities. AEJMC

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2016 Religion and Media Interest Group Call for Panel Sessions and Pre-Conference activities. AEJMC

  1. 1. Call for RMIG Joint Panel Proposals for the 2016 AEJMC Convention Aloha RMIG Colleagues: It’s not too early to think about the upcoming AEJMC Conference in Minneapolis, Minn. Aug. 4- 7, 2016 . Please submit your panel proposal to RMIG by October 2, 2016. In an era where religion is as salient as politics in world public affairs, we have the chance to create an outstanding 2016 program. Please also consider proposing a pre-conference off-site tour or session on Aug. 3. These do not count against RMIG’s total number of sponsored or co-sponsored panels. Panel proposals should contain the following information: Panel Title Panel Type: e.g. pre-conference tours/sessions, PF&R, teaching, or research panel Panel Sponsorship: Indicate which AEJMC divisions or interest groups might also be interested in co-sponsoring the panel. (Please note that while RMIG sole-sponsored panel proposals may be considered, the majority of AEJMC panels tend to be co-sponsored across divisions and interest groups to attract a higher attendance.) Description of Panel: Provide a paragraph description of the key issues or subject matter to be addressed. Possible Panelists: Include individuals who would be potential participants for this panel and indicate that whether you have confirmed that participation with them. It’s not necessary to have all potential panelists listed. Possible Moderator Contact Person: Include your name, mailing address, e-mail address, and telephone number as the contact person for this panel proposal. Please send proposals to both Dan Stout (Daniel.stout@byuh.edu) and Joel Campbell (joeljaycampbell@gmail.com) by Oct. 2. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any questions. (Attached is a sample from the past conference; the basic elements should remain the same this year.) Mahalo. Dan Stout BYU Hawaii RMIG Head Joel Campbell BYU Vice Head
  2. 2. AEJMC Conference Joint Session Proposal (Example) Panel Title: Getting to Know AEJMC Pane Type: x Panel Research PF&R Teaching Possible Co-sponsors: Advertising Division Public Relations Division Summary of Session: AEJMC was founded November 30, 1912, in Chicago by a group of 18 journalism educators. First called the “American Conference of Teachers of Journalism,” the organization changed its name to the “Association for Education in Journalism” in 1950 and in 1982 added “and Mass Communication” to recognize the rapidly changing field. By 1998, AEJMC membership had grown to more than 3,200 educators, practitioners and graduate students from every state in the United States and from 27 other countries. AEJMC was created to improve journalism and mass communication education in order to achieve better professional practice, a better-informed public, and wider human understanding. AEJMC seeks to fulfill this purpose through encouraging high academic and professional standards in mass communication education, fostering and distributing scholarly research and inquiry, and supporting freedom of expression. Possible Panelists: Jennifer H. McGill, AEJMC Executive Director Kyo Ho Youm, Oregon, AEJMC 2012-13 President
  3. 3. Estimate Speaker Costs: None Contact person: Dr. Melissa Jones Anywhere State melissajones@anywhere.edu 806-888-1111

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