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Four Colorado State professors to be honored at the National Communications Association

The National Communications Association is awarding one former Colorado State University professor, Brian Ott and current professors Greg Dickinson, Eric Aoki and associate professor Tom Dunn during the association’s 98th annual convention.

Ott, Dickinson and Aoki will receive the NCA Golden Anniversary Monograph award for their article “Ways of (Not) Seeing Guns: Presence and Absence at the Cody Firearms Museum.”

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Dunn will receive the Gerald R. Miller Outstanding Doctoral Dissertation award for his dissertation “Queerly Remembered: Tactical and Strategic Rhetorics for Representing GTLBTQ Past.”

“Dedicated to fostering and promoting free and ethical communication, the NCA promotes the widespread appreciation of the importance of communication,” a university news release said.

The NCA convention takes place Nov. 15 to 18 in Orlando, Fla.

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