Welcome to the Association for Communication Administration
The purpose of ACA is to promote discussion, study, criticism, research, and application of effective principles of education administration for the communication disciplines.
Congratulations to ACA Past-President Thomas Endres, who will receive the Administrator of the Year award from the National States Advisory Council at their business meeting at this November's NCA convention in Washington DC.
Congratulations to our new ACA President, Al Mueller, on his recent appointment to Neumann University and for being named the 2013 recipient of the Eastern Communication Association's Donald H. Ecroyd and Caroline Drummond-Ecroyd Teaching Excellence Award.
Welcome to the ever-evolving webpage of the ACA. Per the ACA Bylaws, the Board of Directors have cast their votes for incoming ACA Officers and Journal Editor. Congratulations to our newly elected members!
President: Alfred G. Mueller II, Neumann University, Aston, PA
President-Elect (2014 program planner): Melissa Chastain, Spalding Univ., KY
Treasurer: Christopher Lynch, Kean University, NJ
Journal Editor: Janie Harden Fritz, Duquesne University, PA
The new positions go into effect in July.
In other news, check under the Business link to find the latest report from interim (now official) Treasurer Christopher Lynch. ACA has finally resolved a number of the financial questions raised as a result of our multi-year hiatus. Thank you, Chris, for your many efforts on our behalf.
And thanks to all of you in ACA for your support during my term as President. I will still be hovering in the background as manager for this website.
Enjoy your summer, and I hope to see you at our ACA business meeting at NCA this November!
Thomas G. Endres, University of Northern Colorado
ACA Immediate Past-President
2013 National Communication Association convention
The Association for Communication Administration in affiliation with the National Communication Association solicited submissions for NCA's 99th Annual Convention in Washington, D.C., November 21 - November 24, 2013.
The convention's theme, Connections, encourages scholarly exploration of the ways in which administrative practices and issues draw attention to our unique place among the disciplines. As scholars of communication, we are well positioned to explore how communication has intersected with various aspects of administrative life within the contemporary university.
Final program announcements are pending.
Interested in ACA Membership?
Persons who wish to join ACA may contact Dr. Jeanne Persuit.