Dr. Kittie Grace talks on engaging narratives

On Nov. 20, Dr. Kittie Grace, professor of communication studies and director of forensics, presented for the invited faculty lecture series on the importance of rhetoric in narrative storytelling and tips for creating engaging, exciting, detail-rich narratives and stories, with stories of her own, audience participation and research on what makes a narrative. “I feel very honored being invited twice; some of my colleagues have … Continue reading Dr. Kittie Grace talks on engaging narratives

Spotts-Falzone earns All-American

Bronco Award Winner Carly Spotts-Falzone ends out the year with multiple accomplishments after traveling to California for the Presidents III Division of National Forensics Association National Tournament and earning 11th overall speaker in the country.  Spotts-Falzone made it to quarterfinals in dramatic interpretation and duo, octa-finals in prose interpretation, and semi-finals in program oral Interpretation, informative Speaking and poetry. Spotts-Falzone was also an All-American for … Continue reading Spotts-Falzone earns All-American