West Long Branch, NJ (The Verge) – “Communication in Action: Opening Doors to Create Change” is the theme for the 16th Annual New Jersey Communication Association Conference hosted by Monmouth University. The event will take place on April 14 at 8 a.m. in Woodrow Wilson Hall and is open to New Jersey students, faculty and public relations practitioners.
The NJCA is a non-profit organization dedicated to the open exchange of ideas, information and research about communication. Their mission is to promote, sustain and recognize excellence in communication scholarship, research and application, to provide a network for fellowship, contacts and professional opportunities, to provide a forum for student participation in an academic and professional environment and among many others.
This year’s conference consists of informative panel discussions incorporating the key elements of social media, networking and the communication industry as a whole. The event will close with a keynote address that will be given by Lawrence (Larry) R. Frey, a Professor in the Department of Communication at the University of Colorado at Boulder.
Monmouth University and NJCA encourages all students and faculty to attend the event in order to provide immense opportunities for the university’s emerging graduates. You can follow the NJCA on Facebook and LinkedIn and make sure to be on the lookout for a Twitter hash tag for live tweeting at the conference!
Established in 1997, The New Jersey Communication Association is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to promoting the study, criticism, research, and application of communication in educational, business, civic, and social contxts and the open exchange of ideas, information, and research among the Association’s members.
For more information, contact event coordinator Nicole Andretta at (732) 687-2296.