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Aimee Miller-Ott, assistant professor in the School of Communication, A&S, was the co-author of three competitively-selected conference papers presented at the Eastern Communication Association convention, held in Cambridge, Mass., from April 26–29.
Two papers were co-authored by former graduate students Alicia Linder and Eileen Krar. The paper with Linder was titled “Understanding Sexual Communication Between Romantic Partners: A Qualitative Analysis,” and the paper with Krar was titled “The Impact of Crisis Communication on Organizational Reputation.” The third paper was co-authored and presented by Professor Lynne Kelly, director of the School of Communication. It was titled “Young Women’s Use of Electronic Media to Communicate Relational Aggression” and stemmed from their WELFund-supported research project on women’s relational aggression in college.
In addition to co-authoring these accepted papers, Miller-Ott also was the chair and program planner of the Interpersonal Communication Interest Group for the conference.