Cameron University student Corbin Adams, a senior communication major from Elgin, presented a research paper at the 23nd Annual Sooner Communication Conference held at the University of Oklahoma. Adams’ paper, “Coordinated Management of Meaning: Strengths and Possibilities,” explored the role of symbol use in the creation and production of human communication. He completed the project under the direction of Dr. Justin Walton, Associate Professor of Communication.
“The Sooner Communication Conference receives submissions for presentation from students throughout the region,” says Walton. “Corbin’s selection to present his research signifies that his work was recognized among the top submissions.”
The Sooner Communication Conference is a graduate student-led event which brings together faculty and students from schools throughout the region and the nation. The conference provides undergraduate and graduate students a forum to discuss developments in theory and research across the communication discipline and for students to fine-tune their research for other scholarly conferences and possible publication.
March 7, 2012