Clubs

Communication organizations you can join!

 

The Communication Honor Society

The official Communication Studies Honor Society for the University of Arizona Department of Communication. Experience guest speaker lectures, learn about internship opportunities and network with faculty!  This club accepts students who have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 and a Communication GPA of 3.25. 
President Contact Info: Email: lambdapieta.ua@gmail.com
Faculty Contact Info: Julie Armstrong: juliearmstrong@email.arizona.edu

Communication Honors Program

The undergraduate Honors program in Communication is intended to stimulate and challenge our very best students and to invite them into the working world of professional communication scholars. To be admitted to the Communication Honors major, students must complete Comm 101 & 228 with grades of at least B in each, and have a cumulative GPA of 3.5.
Faculty Contact Info: Kyle Tusing, Email: kjt@email.arizona.edu.  Phone number: 626-8771.

Western States Communication Association (WSCA)

WSCA's purpose is to unite people in the western United States who have an academic, lay, or professional interest in communication. Although membership extends throughout the United States and internationally, members are predominantly from Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah, Washington, and Wyoming. Membership is required. For more information please consult: www.westcomm.org

National Communication Association (NCA)

NCA is a scholarly society devoted to the study of communication. Though based in the United States, it has many international members as well. It works to enhance the research, teaching, and service produced by its members on topics of both intellectual and social significance. Membership is required. For more information please consult: www.natcom.org

International Communication Association (ICA)

ICA is a scholarly society for anyone with an interest in communication. It works to enhance the research, teaching, and service produced by its members on communication topics of both intellectual and social significance. Membership is required. For more information please consult: http://www.icahdq.org/
 

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