Comm Arts Grad Kyurim Kyoung Wins Second NCA Award

For the second year in a row, Communication Arts graduate student Kyurim Kyoung won a Top Student Paper prize from the National Communications Association. At the 97th Annual Convention in New Orleans last month, her paper, titled “The Making of Deliberative Citizens: Roles of Reflexivity and Relational Citizenship Identity,” was one of four papers that garnered this prestigious award in the Political Communication division.

Last year, her paper “Deliberation as Democratic Reflexivity: A Conceptual Clarification Toward a More Democratic Theory of Deliberative Democracy” took the same Political Communication Top Student Paper award at the NCA conference in San Francisco.

Congratulations, Kyurim!