Greetings, colleagues and friends.
Please join the Christianity and Communication Studies Network (CCSN) (https://www.theccsn.com), Dr. Mark Fackler (moderator), and Dr. Greg Spencer (Ph.D., University of Oregon), Professor of Communication Studies, Westmont College, for the next installment in the “Essential Questions in Faith and Communication” webinar series on Tuesday, August 30, 6:30-7:30 pm EST. This webinar is free and open to the public and a great resource for faculty and students. A full description of the webinar is located here: https://www.theccsn.com/essential-questions-series-special-guest-dr-greg-spencer/
You may register here: https://attendee.gototraining.com/r/8433002773713257218
Description: this seventh installment in the “Essential Questions in Faith and Communication Series” features Dr. Greg Spencer, Professor of Communication Studies, Westmont College. Join Dr. Spencer as he answers foundational questions such as: How do we define human communication?
Why do we communicate? How do we communicate effectively? What’s wrong with human communication? What communication challenges does the Church face today? How does social media make communication better and worse? This webinar is free and open to the public.
Learn more about Dr. Spencer here: http://www.westmont.edu/_academics/departments/communication_studies/spencer.html
Previously recorded CCSN webinars by Quentin Schultze, Bill Strom, Kevin Schut, Tim Muehlhoff, Paul Patton, Paul Soukup, Terry Lindvall, Calvin Troup, Bala Musa, Janie Harden Fritz, Diane Proctor-Badzinski, Bill Romanowski, Jen Letherer, Mark Ward, Jenni Sigler, Heidi Campbell, Bob Fortner, Naaman Wood, Stephanie Sandberg, Ken Chase, Gerald Mast, and Annalee Ward are available for download here:
Thanks for your support of the CCSN.
Robert Woods, J.D., Ph.D.
CCSN Network Administrator
email: [email protected]
Professor, Dept. of Comm. & Media,
Spring Arbor University (www.arbor.edu)