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Dr. Leah Lefebvre presented at the International Association of Relationship Research (IARR) 2015 Mini-Conference (Relationships, Health,& Wellness) in New Brunswick, New Jersey. She said, "I presented two research presentations. I presented my co-authored piece with Dr. Tina Coffelt from Iowa State University. It was a co-authored piece sponsored by the Central States Communication Association (CSCA) Federation Prize (grant) - Will my partner leave me?: The effect of STI disclosures on developing romantic relationships." "Additionally, I presented a single authored piece, I was more into it than you: Examining linguistic style matching in partners’ individual and joint storytelling about turbulent events, as a poster presentation. I received a Top Poster Presentation Award (2nd place)."
Attending RMCA 2015 in Loveland, Colo., were (from left) Dr. Leah LeFebvre (Working with Ashley - Co-author), Ashley Hildebrandt (presenting Honor's Thesis/Graduating Senior), Austin Morgan (Freshman/Working with Dr. Tracey Patton/Received Top Undergraduate Paper Award), Rebecca Roberts (RMCA 2015 Planner - Incoming 2016 RMCA President), Anastasiia Lazebna (Graduating Graduate Student).
Bobby Horodyski defended his master's degree plan B project. His topic was called, "Uncertainty While Coaching Team Sports: A Structure for Future Success." He is pictured with Professor Cindy Price.
Professor Cindy Price talks about advertising during a workshop for the Wyoming High School Student Journalism Association on Oct. 6 in Casper.
COJO photojournalism students Allyson Zinke, Brittany Hamilton and Trevor Anderson (from left) listen as Denver Post Senior Photo Editor Ken Lyons talks about photojournalism during an April 18, 2014, field trip to Denver. Lyons, who received the National Press Photographers Association 2014 first place award in the Multiple Page News category, advised students to include several photo feature stories in their portfolios.
Dustin Bleizeffer (journalism 1998) stands with Cheyenne-based attorney Bruce Moats and Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Ken Armstrong of The Seattle Times (from left) after a workshop on public records requests on April 12, 2014, at UW. The Investigative Reporters and Editors event was co-hosted by the COJO Department and WyoFile.com.
COJO journalism major Jeremy Gonzales (left) at a Wyoming Press Association workshop on investigative reporting by Brant Houston (right).
Wyoming Press Association vice president Anne McGowan talks with COJO journalism major Trevor Anderson at the WPA annual convention.
COJO seniors who graduated in the fall 2013 commencement ceremony.
COJO graduates pose with Dr. Ken Smith following spring 2013 commencement.
COJO graduate students pose after receiving their master's degrees at spring 2013 commencement.
Dr. George Gladney congratulates Julianne Friesen, who received her M.A. in communication at 2013 spring commencement.
Dr. Kristen Landreville hugs COJO graduate Marie Smith, right, after spring 2013 commencement.
Justin Stewart, left, and Beau Bingham, right, present awards for outstanding graduate teaching assistants to Kathleen Warner, second from left, and Breanne Winter.
Valeria Mrema, director of the Women's Education and Economic Centre in Tanzania, speaks at an Oct. 25, 2012, fundraising reception for the centre sponsored by Dr. Tracey Patton’s Cross Cultural Communication class held at the Laramie train depot.
Mark Pedri, a COJO graduate student from Rock Springs, holds the award he received at the department's 2012 awards reception, honoring him as the top graduate teaching assistant.
Graduate students got to meet with noted communication researcher Donald Shaw when he visited the COJO Department in April. From left, Kaitlin Ens, Emily Walsh, Don Shaw and Nour Abuagila.
COJO graduates at the December commencement ceremony.
Dr. Tracey Patton, front left, won an Extraordinary Merit in Research Award from the College of Arts and Sciences.
Dr. Frank Millar, third from left in back row, won an Extraordinary Merit in Teaching Award from the A&S College.
Brett Delaney, a COJO graduate student, makes a presentation in Professor Conrad Smith's Visual Communication class recently.
Hayley Douglas, left, a 2007 UW journalism graduate, is U.S Rep. Cynthia Lummis' press aide.
Dr. Ken Smith,left, with the Fall 2010 graduating class.
Dr. Cindy Price, center, with other participants in the Fall 2010 graduation ceremony.