Communication Scholar to Discuss Strategies for Combating Marginalization and Discrimination

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Damion Waymer, WCA/Lambda Pi Eta Communication Lecturer

Damion Waymer, a communication studies professor at North Carolina A&T University, will offer strategies to empower his audience to recognize and work to prevent marginalization and discrimination. He will share his strategies at the Wesleyan Communication Association/Lambda Pi Eta Communication Honorary Lecture on Monday, March 4.

A communication scholar from North Carolina A&T University will discuss issues of power, race, class and gender and their impact on how we react and respond to messages at this year's Wesleyan Communication Association/Lambda Pi Eta Honorary lecture on March 4.

Damion Waymer, professor of communication studies and chair of liberal arts, will present, "Communication Strategies for Combating Marginalization and Discrimination." In his lecture, Waymer will offer strategies to empower his audience to recognize and work to prevent marginalization and discrimination. 

Just before joining the faculty at A&T, Waymer served as the Associate Provost for Faculty Affairs, Development & Diversity at the University of Cincinnati where he led aggressive faculty recruitment initiatives. His program of research centers on organizational discourse, particularly regarding public relations, issues management, corporate social responsibility (CSR), branding, and strategic communication. 

His free lecture will be held on Monday, March 4 at 1 p.m. in Callen Conference Center, located on the lower level of the Smith-Curtis Administration Building.