Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Community Matters Radio Program


Communication Studies Faculty members from the Interpersonal, Family & Intergroup Communication emphasis are offering a radio series on Communication and Well-Being for KZUM’s Community Matters with Nick Hernandez. Nick visits with community leaders about how we can come together to make our collective lives better. Mondays 11:30 AM Central and will be podcast: http://kzum.org/index.php/community-matters/ As scholars we appreciate the opportunity to contribute our research to the community:

• Communication and Well-Being in Nontraditional Families, Dr. Dawn O. Braithwaite, 2/1/2016
• Storytelling and well-being, Dr. Jody Koenig Kellas, 2/29/2016
• Family Communication, Identity and Worldview, Dr. Jordan Soliz, 3/21/16
• Communication and Chronic Illness, Dr. Kathy Castle, 4/4/2016
• Communication, Well-Being, and Social Support, Dr. Angela Palmer-Wackerly, 4/25/2016

2 comments:

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  2. For years, business phone systems hardly changed since their introduction in the 1950s: an on-location PBX managed multiple phone lines and routed calls. Incremental advances in technical features and add-on services enhanced performance, but communication was really just limited to voice.

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    Omaha Communications builds phone systems with unified communications (UC) built in, not bolted on. This allows us to integrate all key components for robust business communications—voice, email, instant messaging, presence (i.e., being able to check the availability of a co-worker), calendaring, video and audio conferencing and desktop sharing—into one seamless package to make your business run smoothly.

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