Welcome to the RMCA 2015 Conference registration and submission page!
We are pleased to announce this year’s conference, Communicating Culture, on April 11, 2015 at Group Publishing in Loveland, Colorado.
The 2015 RMCA conference theme, Communicating Culture, is intended to challenge conference participants to critically examine the role of communication in cultural dynamics so that we can consciously embrace or reject cultural values, negotiate our way through culture, connect across cultural differences, and contribute to culture in meaningful ways.
The submission deadline for papers, panels, and award nominations is Monday, February 16, 2015 The pre-registration deadline is Friday, March 13, 2015. Authors of accepted papers and panels are expected to register for the conference by the pre-registration deadline.
Please follow the links below for submissions and conference registration.
This is a wide-ranging conference theme, and thus we anticipate that papers deal with it from numerous intellectual and methodological perspectives. Submissions outside of this theme are also welcomed and will be given full consideration. Scholarship at all levels of higher education, including undergraduate students, are encouraged to submit papers or panel proposals.
Thank you for your interest in this year’s RMCA conference, and we look forward to seeing you in Loveland.
RMCA President-elect and Program Planner
Ends on 3/17/2015
General conference registration (Includes lunch and RMCA membership):
Graduate student $40.00
Completed individual papers may be submitted electronically in MS Word or Adobe PDF format. Please remove all references to the author from the text and include the following in the cover letter/biography box of the submission form:
• Name and affiliation of author or authors
• Title of paper
• 120 word (max) abstract
• Indicate whether the author(s) are faculty members, graduate or undergraduate students
In addition, for both panels and papers, please include any AV equipment requirements or special room considerations. Please understand, however, that while we will make every effort to accommodate requests, we cannot guarantee that they will be met. Please limit requests to those that are absolutely necessary for your presentation.