May 25, 2022
K-Staters present at communication conference in France
Collaborators on a Kansas State University team are presenting their research at the 72nd annual International Communication Association Conference this week in Paris.
The team includes Aliah Mestrovich Seay, K-State Research and Extension 4-H youth development specialist; Mac Benavides, K-State graduate teaching assistant in the Staley School of Leadership Studies; Lorenza Lockett, K-State teaching assistant professor of social work; and Jurdene Coleman, director of therapy and recovery services at Pawnee Mental Health Services.
Their research is "Intercultural Listening for Racial Healing and Reconciliation: Constructing an Evocative Autoethnography Through Cross-Racial Co-inquiry" and their paper has been accepted for publication in the Journal of Autoethnography.