Albany State honor students present research at Georgia Communication Association Conference
ALBANY, Ga – Three Albany State University (ASU) freshmen honor students presented research at the Georgia Communication Association (GCA) Conference held Friday, Feb. 16 at Columbus State University.
The panel presentation, titled STEM: Innovation and Communication, was moderated by Florence Lyons, director of the Velma Fudge Grant Honors Program. Research topics included:
- DeStandreana Norwood – Addressing Communication Dilemmas Faced by the Caregivers of Terminal Cancer Patients –
- Danielle Prier – How to Improve Communication Skills in STEM Students
- Kristin Martin – Communication and Technology in the Classroom
Norwood, Prier and Martin plan to submit their research for publication consideration to the Georgia Communication Association Journal. Only a small number of undergraduate students were selected to present at GCA. The majority of conference presenters consisted of college and university faculty in Georgia and Florida.