Donnalyn Pompper, associate professor of strategic communication, published two articles this summer on her research.
• Volunteerism and corporate social responsibility: Definitions, measurement, roles, & commitment. In L. Lewis, L. Gossett and M. Kramer (Eds.), Communication and the volunteer experience: Exploring the organizational dynamics of volunteering in multiple contexts (pp. 273-295). New York: Peter Lang Publishers.
• Interrogating inequalities perpetuated in a feminized field: Using Critical Race Theory and the intersectionality lens to render visible that which should not be disaggregated. In C. Damon and K. Demetrious (Eds.), Gender and public relations: Critical perspectives on voice, image and identity (pp. 67-86). New Directions in Public Relations and Communication Research series. New York: Routledge.