Assistant or Associate Professor, Digital and Social Media, University of Arkansas
Nov17

Assistant or Associate Professor, Digital and Social Media, University of Arkansas

Announcement – Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences Job Title:                                                     Assistant or Associate Professor, Digital and Social Media...

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A special thanks to the following KACA-AEJMC 2022 committee

Dr. Yeonsoo Kim, Associate professor, University of Texas Austin Dr. Jungyun Won, Assistant professor, William Paterson University Dr. Jin-A Choi, Assistant professor, William Paterson University Dr. Jiyoung Lee, Assistant professor, University of Alabama Dr. Jinhyon Kwon Hammick, Assistant professor, Flagler College Dr. Won-ki Moon, Assistant professor, University of Florida Dayoung Kang, Graduate student, University of...

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A special thanks to the Korea Foundation LA office:

We would like to recognize and thank our sponsor, who made it possible for us to hold such an amazing event at the AEJMC held in Detroit, MI, in August.

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Now, Korean Communication Research (KCR) has a completed website.

We are glad to announce that our first KACA online journal, Korean Communication Research (KCR), has a complete website. Please check it out! https://www.koreancommunication.org/  KCR is registered in the Library of Congress system as a peer-reviewed journal and has an ISSN number (ISSN 2834-4154). Now, we are officially gathering manuscripts! Each published article in KCR will have a DOI number and will be promoted through any...

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Korean Communication Research has its logo now!

Korean Communication Research (KCR), KACA’s official scholarly online journal, held a logo contest to have its official logo and received several logo designs. Officers of KCR and KACA reviewed several logo designs for KCR and selected the final one as shown in this newspaper.  It was designed by a Korean graphic designer Ms. JiEun Lee. According to Ms. Lee (the logo designer), the circles symbolize the scholarly lens through...

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David Tae Yong Cho Memorial Scholarship

A message from the late Rev. Cho’s family Rev. David Tae Yong Cho was born on Dec 24, 1931 in Ichon in present-day North Korea. As a high school student, he volunteered as a student soldier (학도병) during the Korean War. Rev. Cho and the student soldiers were tasked with anti-tank defense in Pohang to aid the South Korean army’s retreat to Busan. Although Rev. Cho himself destroyed multiple North Korean tanks with hand grenades, none of...

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