Professor re-elected as association chair
Dr. Randy Dillon, professor of communication at Missouri State University, was re-elected as chair of the States Advisory Council for the Central States Communication Association (CSCA) for a second three-year term.
“I am honored to be re-elected for a second three year term as chair of the States Advisory Council for the Central States Communication Association,” said Dillon. “Not only do I enjoy working with the state representatives and state speech communication organizations that are represented by central states, I get the opportunity to hold an office on the CSCA executive board as a result of this election. I get a first-hand look at how committed administrators, faculty and their students are to the study and advancement of the communication discipline.”
Dillon represents the state of Missouri at all CSCA meetings and events and helps select the top state advisory programs to be presented at CSCA’s convention. He also coordinates awards processes for the central states region’s “Outstanding State Journal in Communication” and the “Outstanding Manuscript” publications.
For more information, contact Dillon at (417) 836-4423.
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