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    Lifetime Achievement In Scholarship

     

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    The Broadcast Education Association’s Lifetime Achievement In Scholarship Award recognizes significant contributions to research and scholarship involving broadcast and electronic media.  Recipients are evidenced by related extensive publication in books and leading journals, for at least twenty years.  This year's award will be presented this April at a ceremony during the BEA conference in Las Vegas.

    Call for Nominations

    DEADLINE: JANUARY 6, 2014

     

    Previous winners

    2013
    Dan OʼHair, University of Kentucky

    2012
    Dale Kunkel Ph.D., University of Arizona

    2011
    Thomas R. Lindlof, University of Kentucky

    2010
    Nancy Signorielli, University of Delaware

    2009
    Alan B. Albarran, University of North Texas

    2008
    James E. Fletcher, University of Georgia
    Michael C. Keith, Boston College

    2007
    James A. Anderson, University of Utah
    Donald R. Browne, University of Minnesota
    Douglas Gomery, University of Maryland
    Alan M. Rubin, Kent State University

    2006
    Joseph Dominick, University of Georgia
    Susan Tyler Eastman, University of Indiana (Emeritus)
    Jennings Bryant, The University of Alabama
    Joanne Cantor, University of Wisconsin (Emeritus)

    2005
    Erik Barnouw, (Posthumously)
    Edward Bliss, (Posthumously)
    Bradley S. Greenberg, Michigan State University
    Sydney W. Head, (Posthumously)
    Christopher H. Sterling, George Washington University