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Curriculum Vitae

Education
Administrative Appointments
Faculty Appointments
Awards
Leadership Experience
Professional Service
Community Service
Books
Articles and Chapters
Presentations

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Education

Ph.D., Communication, Ohio State University, 1975
M.A., Speech-Communication, University of Minnesota, 1973
B.S., English Education, University of Minnesota, 1971

Administrative Appointments

  • Chancellor (June 2003-)
    Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI)
    • 30,000 students, core campus of Indiana University, doctoral/research intensive, urban research university and Indiana’s academic health sciences campus.
    • Budget of $1 billion
    • Dr. Evan Dobelle ranks IUPUI fourth on the list of colleges and universities “that, because of their strong positive contribution of careful strategic planning and thoughtful use of resources, have dramatically strengthened the economy and quality of life of their neighboring communities and have become ‘Saviors of Our Cities.’"
    • As part of the first President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll, IUPUI received a Presidential Award for general community service (http://www.iupui.edu/news/releases/061016_pres_award.htm.
    • Campus is a national leader in assessment (http://www.imir.iupui.edu).
    • U.S .News & World Report listed for service learning, first year experience, and learning communities and in 2008 listed as “Up and Coming” National University.
    • Campus generated over $300 million in external funding.
    • Completed the Campaign for IUPUI with $1.039 billion raised.
    • More than 20 schools, including the home of the Indiana University medical school, dental school, and law school at Indianapolis.
    • IUPUI currently ranks in the top 20 for health sciences degrees granted.
    • IUPUI currently ranks in the top 15 for professional degrees granted.
    • IUPUI is key to Indiana University’s life sciences initiative particularly through efforts of the Schools of Medicine, Science, Dentistry, Nursing, Health and Rehabilitation Sciences, and Engineering and Technology.
    • New programs since 2003
      • Bio-medical engineering department implementing bachelors, masters, and Ph.D. degrees.
      • Institute for American Thought as home to the Santayana, Frederick Douglass, and Pierce editions.
      • Museum studies program in partnership with Indiana State Museum, Eiteljorg Museum of Western Art, and Indianapolis Children’s Museum.
      • Motorsports Engineering bachelor’s.
      • Music technology bachelor’s.
      • Master of Fine Arts.
    • Facilities projects since 2003
      • Eskenazi Hall completed for Herron School of Art.
      • Informatics & Communications Technology Complex completed.
      • Research 2 completed for School of Medicine research.
      • Health Information and Translational Sciences completed.
      • Campus Walk Apartments for students
      • Renovation of University Place Hotel at IUPUI completed.
      • Campus Center completed.
      • Research 3 scheduled for 2009 occupancy by cancer center.
    • Key community service
      • Board Member, United Way of Central Indiana, 2004 to present & Executive Committee member, 2006 to present
      • Board Member, Indianapolis Downtown Inc, 2003 to present
      • Board Member, Greater Indianapolis Chamber of Commerce, 2004 to present
      • Board Member, Greater Indianapolis Progress Committee, 2004 to present
      • Board Member, Indiana Sports Corporation, 2005 to 2008
      • Board Member, Skyline Club, 2006 to present
      • Publicly Elected Trustee, Town of Crows Nest, Indiana, 2003 to present (Chancellor’s Home is located in Crows Nest)
      • Board Member, Indiana Campus Compact, 2003 to present & Executive Committee member, 2003 to present
  • Executive Vice President (February 2006-)
    Vice President for Long-range Planning (June 2003-January 2006)
    Indiana University
    • Chief academic officer, Indiana University campuses: IU-Northwest, IU-South Bend, IU-East, IU-Kokomo, IU-Southeast, and IUPUI
    • Chair, Academic Leadership Council
    • Liaison between IU and Indiana Commission on Higher Education
    • Established a new Academic Affairs office to coordinate academic programs and promotion and tenure for Indiana University campuses
    • Reporting responsibilities for system initiatives such as Commitment to Excellence
    • Presidential liaison to Board of Trustees’ Academic Affairs Committee
  • Provost & Senior V.P. for Academic Affairs (August 2000-May 2003)
    Wayne State University
    • Strategic Initiatives:
      • Implemented University Strategic Action Plan
      • Implemented Strategic Investment Fund
      • Implemented re-alignment of colleges
      • Planned first University-wide capital campaign
      • Established Academic Student Success Services
      • Plan for establishing an Honors College
      • Revision of General Education program
    • Core Responsibilities:
      • 13 Schools and Colleges, 4 centers and institutes
      • Chair, Academic Senate
      • Wayne State University Press
      • AAUP-AFT Union relations
      • Honors Program
      • Global Education
    • Major Strategic Accomplishments:
      • Successfully developed University Strategic Action Plan
      • Leadership:
        • Successful Dean searches for College of Science, School of Social Work, University Libraries, and College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences
        • Successful review and reappointment of Deans of Business Administration and Education
        • Successful national searches for Honors Director, Associate Provost for Academic Personnel, Assistant V.P. for Lifelong Learning
        • Negotiated the AAUP-AFT contract, which was completed by earliest date and with no work stoppage
        • Developed the case statement and plan for first University-wide capital campaign
      • Programmatic:
        • Established biomedical engineering department
        • Restructuring of Academic Student Services
        • Facilitated successful accreditation reviews in Business, Law, and several health science programs
    • Major Operational Challenges
      • Institutional Cultural Change
        • Developed shared strategic view
        • Implemented a data-based decision model
        • Transformed relationships with AAUP-AFT faculty union
        • Enhanced academic governance
        • Established the Chairs Leadership Development Program
      • State Budget reductions
      • Information Technology Systems Changes
        • Integrated Systems Project (SCT/Banner—Fin/HR/SIS)
  • Vice Provost (March 1995-July 2000)
    Arizona State University
    • Major Accomplishments
      • Increased first-year retention rate
      • Developed Cross-College Advising Services
      • Creation of the Arizona General Education Curriculum
      • Established Service Learning Program
      • Facilitated Chicano/Chicana Studies and African American Studies
      • Implemented Asian Pacific American Studies Program
      • Implemented Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies
      • Intel and Motorola Partnership for degree completion program
      • Implemented Board required evaluation of low productive degree programs
    • Core Responsibilities
      • Academic Programs
      • Arizona Board of Regents Academic and Technology Initiatives
      • Improving Undergraduate Education
  • Director, University Continuous Improvement (1996-July 2000)
    • Major University Accomplishments
        Redesigned student services including touch-tone and web-based financial aid and registration services, new general services delivery, and new advising model

      • Undergraduate Requirements

        Team forming to streamline the relationship among major, college, and university requirements

Faculty Appointments

  • Indiana University School of Liberal Arts, IUPUI: Professor of Communication Studies (2003-)
  • Indiana University Kelley School of Business, IUPUI: Professor of Management (2003-)
  • Wayne State University, Detroit: Professor of Communication (2000-2003)
  • Arizona State University, Main Campus, Tempe: Professor of Communication (1991-2000), Associate Professor (1986-1991)
  • University of Minnesota, Twin Cities: Associate Professor of Speech-Communication (1982-1988), Assistant Professor (1977-1982)
  • University of Colorado, Boulder: Assistant Professor of Communication (1976-1977), Visiting Assistant Professor (1975-1976)

Awards

  • Special Recognition, Academic Senate, Arizona State University, 2000
  • Advising Advocacy Award, ASU Council of Academic Advisors, 1996-97
  • Alumnus of Notable Achievement, College of Liberal Arts, University of Minnesota, 1994
  • Outstanding Book Award, 1992 1993, National Communication Association Organizational Communication Division for Understanding organizations: Interpreting organizational communication cultures
  • Leg of the Stool Award for Research, Department of Communication, Arizona State University, 1990

Leadership Experience

Vice President for Long-Range Planning, Indiana University Chancellor of Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI)

  • Serve as long-range planning coordinator for the eight campuses in the Indiana University system
  • CEO of an urban Doctoral/Research-Intensive campus of Indiana University, established in 1969 by the consolidation of Indiana University's and Purdue University's academic programs in the capital city with responsibility for, or oversight of:
    • Enrollment of 29,000 students on the state's third largest campus
    • 185 Indiana University and Purdue University degree programs in 18 schools and the Columbus Center
    • State's most comprehensive center for graduate and professional education with Schools of Medicine, Nursing, Business, Law, Dentistry, Social Work, and Engineering
    • Numerous study-abroad programs, internships, community service opportunities, and jobs in the state's capital city and largest population center
    • 4,500 degrees conferred annually from two nationally esteemed institutions: Indiana University and Purdue University.
    • Evening and weekend classes, on campus and off
    • $890 million operating budget
    • 6,400 faculty and appointed staff
    • 103 buildings and 513 acres

Provost and Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs, Wayne State University, Detroit

  • 31,000 students, constitutionally autonomous with an elected Board of Governors, doctoral/research extensive.
  • Responsible for 13 schools/colleges including the largest single campus medical school in the U.S., Wayne State University Press, Cohn-Haddow Center for Judaic Studies, Humanities Center, Developmental Disabilities Institute, Center for Legal Studies, Wayne State University World Bridge, and University Libraries
  • Participated in Board of Governors meetings including closed Executive Committee meetings
  • Co-chaired Strategic Planning Process that produced the university's 2001-2006 Strategic Action Plan (see www.president.wayne.edu)
  • Recruited Deans of College of Science, College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences, School of Social Work, University Libraries, and Graduate School
  • In the silent phase of Wayne State's first university-wide Capital Campaign, lead the review of the case statements from schools and colleges, participated in cultivation, and served on University Foundation Board of Directors and Executive Committee
  • Established Department of Biomedical Engineering
  • Recruited new Director of Honors to develop an Honors College
  • Negotiated a faculty-union contract by the earliest date ever and without a work stoppage for only the second time in 30 years
  • Consolidated university student success services
  • Established a new partnership with the Detroit Public Schools for DPS to assume the operation of the previously university-operated middle school
  • Established a new model for international education with the innovative World Bridge program, assuming responsibility for global education
  • Established Strategic Investment Fund
  • Represented university in numerous venues including Vice President Gore's campaign visit, international delegations to Cuba, Egypt, and Germany, and Michigan and Detroit meetings

Vice Provost, Arizona State University, Main Campus, Tempe

  • Over 43,000 students (main campus), governed by Arizona Board of Regents, doctoral/research extensive
  • Responsible for academic programs, transfer articulation, undergraduate academic services, and program review
  • Coordinated academic senate review of all curriculum issues
  • Implemented the Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Studies (BIS)
  • Implemented a partnership with Intel and Motorola to offer the BIS off campus in compressed format customized to their students
  • Represented ASU on the statewide faculty-administration team that developed post-tenure review as adopted by the Arizona Board of Regents
  • Represented ASU-SAP student information system partnership
  • Served on faculty of the Salzburg Seminar's Universities Project specializing in technology-delivered education.
  • Developed policy proposal for Board of Regents on differential tuition

Chair, Department of Communication, Arizona State University

  • Two terms as chair of 20+ faculty, 40+ Teaching Associates, more than 3,000 students per semester, and more than 900 majors
  • Implemented Interdisciplinary Ph.D. Program in Communication
  • Implemented strategic plan based on department research activities
  • Implemented rigorous enrollment management program reducing undergraduate majors by more than 200
  • Systematically raised department's national and international profile by supporting research, journal editorships, conferences, and students
  • Increased external funding

Professional Service

  • Editor, Communication Monographs, elected by National Communication Association, responsible for quarterly publication including processing all manuscripts, assigning blind-review, and making all decisions to publish
  • Finance Board, National Communication Association, elected to a three-year term, including one year as chair, responsible for NCA finances
  • Chair, Publications Committee, International Communication Association, responsible for editor selection process and oversight of journals
  • Chair, Organizational Communication Division, National Communication Association, elected by members of the division, responsible for program planning of one conference, management of division for a year
  • Chair, Mass Communication Division, National Communication Association, elected by members of the division, responsible for program planning of one conference, management of division for a year

Community Service

  • Indianapolis Downtown Inc., Board of Directors (2003-)
  • Indiana Sports Corporation, Board of Directors (2003-)

Books

Bantz, C. R. (1993). Understanding organizations: Interpreting organizational communication cultures with a case study by Gerald Pepper. Columbia: University of South Carolina Press. 250 pages.

Cohen, A. A., Adoni, H., & Bantz, C. R. (1990). Social conflict and television news. Newbury Park, CA: Sage. 258 pages.

Corman, S., Banks, S., Bantz, C. R., & Mayer, M. (Eds.). (1990). Foundations of organizational communication: A reader. New York: Longman. 346 pages. Second edition (1995), 389 pages.

Articles and Chapters

Articles/Chapters, 1990 -

Bantz, C. R. (1995). Cultivating organizational communication cultures. In R. Cesaria & P. Shockley-Zalabak (Eds.), Organizational communication: Making the organizational communication concept relevant to practice (pp. 67-82). Roma: Servizio Italiano Pubblicazioni Internazionali Srl.

Bantz, C. R. (1993). Cultural diversity and group dynamics: Managing differences in cross-cultural team research. Journal of Applied Communication Research, 21, 1-20.

Bantz, C. R. (1993). Work organization membership and behavior. In R. Kastenbaum (Ed.), Encyclopedia of adult development (pp. 553-558). Phoenix: Oryx Press.

Putnam, L. L., Bantz, C. R., Deetz, S., Mumby, D., & Van Maanen, J. (1993). Ethnography versus critical theory: Debating organizational research. Journal of Management Inquiry, 2, 221-235.

Bantz, C. R. (1993). Ethnographic analysis of organizational cultures. In S. L. Herndon & G. L. Kreps (Eds.), Qualitative research: Applications in organizational communication (pp. 107-119). Annandale, VA: Speech Communication Association/Hampton Press.

Petronio, S. G., & Bantz, C. R. (1991). Controlling the ramifications of disclosure: "Don’t tell anybody but . . . ". Journal of Language and Social Psychology, 10, 263-269.

Bantz, C. R. (1990). Organizational communication, media industries, and mass communication. In J. Anderson (Ed.), Communication yearbook 13 (pp. 502-510). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

Bantz, C. R. (1990). Organizing and enactment: Karl Weick and the production of news. In S. Corman, S. Banks, C. R. Bantz, & M. Mayer (Eds.), Foundations of organizational communication: A reader (pp. 133-141). New York: Longman.

Articles/Chapters, 1981 - 1989

Bantz, C. R. (1989). Organizing and The Social Psychology of Organizing. Communication Studies, 40, 231 240.

Cohen, A. A., & Bantz, C. R. (1989). Why future directions in television news research? American Behavioral Scientist, 33, 135-143.

Rubin, A. M., & Bantz, C. R. (1989). An application of uses and gratifications theory and research to videocassette recorders. In J. L. Salvaggio & J. Bryant (Eds.), Media use in the information age: Emerging patterns of adoption and consumer use. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Rubin, A. M., & Bantz, C. R. (1987). Utility of videocassette recorders. American Behavioral Scientist, 30, 471-485.

Bantz, C. R., & McFarlin, R. J., Jr. (1987). A profile of broadcast journalists’ education in a metropolitan setting. Journalism Quarterly, 64, 610-613.

Bantz, C. R. (1985). News organizations: Conflict as a crafted cultural norm. Communication, 8, 225-244. Reprinted in D. Berkowitz (Ed.), Social meanings of news: A text-reader (pp. 123-137). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 1997.

Bantz, C. R., & Cohen, A. A. (1985). Issues in research on television news: Content, cognition, and control. Journal of Broadcasting and Electronic Media, 29, 454-458.

Bantz, C. R. (1983). Naturalistic research traditions. In L. L. Putnam and M. E. Pacanowsky (Eds.), Communication and organizations: An interpretive approach (pp. 55-71). Beverly Hills: Sage Publications.

Bantz, C. R., Petronio, S. S., & Rarick, D. L. (1983). News diffusion after the Reagan shooting. Quarterly Journal of Speech, 69, 317-327.

Bantz, C. R. (1982). Exploring uses and gratifications: A comparison of reported uses of television and reported uses of favorite program types. Communication Research, 9, 352- 379.

Bantz, C. R. (1981). Public arguing in the regulation of health and safety. Western Journal of Speech Communication, 45, 71-87.

Bantz, C. R., Price, R., & Townsend, J. (1981). Community leaders’ perceptions of access and fairness. Journal of Broadcasting, 25, 81-86.

Articles and Chapters, 1975 - 1980

Bantz, C. R., McCorkle, S., & Baade, R. (1980). The news factory. Communication Research, 7, 45-68. Reprinted in G. C. Wilhoit & H. deBock (Eds.), Mass Communication Review Yearbook (Vol. 2). Beverly Hills: Sage Publications, 1981. Reprinted in D. Berkowitz (Ed.), Social meanings of news: A text-reader (pp. 269-285), Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications, 1997.

Bantz, C. R. (1979). The critic and the computer: A multiple technique analysis of the ABC Evening News. Communication Monographs, 46, 27-39.

Bantz, C. R., & Smith, D. H. (1977). A critique and experimental test of Weick's model of organizing. Communication Monographs, 44, 171-184.

Bantz, C. R. (1975). Television news: Reality and research. Western Speech Communication, 39, 123-130.

Presentations

Presentations, 1990 -

Bantz, C.R. (2002, June). Student success and retention. Powerpoint presentation to Wayne State University Board of Governors, Detroit.

Bantz, C.R. (2002, March). College Finance 101. Presentation to the Education Writers Association, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

Bantz, C.R. (2002, March). Opportunities for global education: A report from Cuba. Powerpoint presentation to Wayne State University Board of Governors, Detroit.

Bantz, C.R. (2002, February). Full-time/Part-time faculty. Powerpoint presentation to the Wayne State University Board of Governors, Detroit.

Bantz, C.R. (2002, February). Borders, language, and culture. Inaugural address, Linguistics and Literature Conference, Santiago de Cuba.

Bantz, C.R. (2001, September/October/December). The strategic action plan. Powerpoint presentation to University Academic Senate, College of Science Assembly, Academic Staff Assembly and part of Welcome Back Week, Wayne State University, Detroit.

Bantz, C.R. (2001, March). Technology, universities, and success. Powerpoint presentation to the annual Teaching, Learning, and Technology Roundtable conference, Wayne State University, Detroit.

Bantz, C.R. (2000, October). Borders and border crossings. Presentation at the American Studies Association annual conference, Detroit.

Bantz, C.R. (2000, September). Conversation with the Provost. Presentation as part of Welcome Back Week, Wayne State University, Detroit.

Bantz, C.R. (1999, November). Promotion and Tenure: An institutional view. Presentation at the National Communication Association annual meeting, Chicago.

Bantz, C.R. (1998, November). Organizational change and interorganizational sensemaking: Technology, students, markets, stakeholders and universities. Paper presented at the National Communication Association annual meeting, New York City.

Bantz, C.R. (1998, September). Technology strategies. Presentation at the Universities Project Symposium Perspectives on Autonomy: Academic Systems, Goals and Social Responsibilities, Salzburg Seminar, Salzburg, Austria.

Bantz, C.R. (1998, April). Technological challenges and strategies. Presentation at the Universities Project Symposium Perspectives on Autonomy: Academic Systems, Goals and Social Responsibilities, Salzburg Seminar, Salzburg, Austria.

Bantz, C. R. (1996, November). Communication scholarship and the challenge of change. Paper presented at the preconference Translating Scholarship: Interpersonal and Small Group Solutions, National Communication Association annual meeting, San Diego.

Bantz, C. R. (1996, May). Changing what we know best: Transitions, university organizational culture, and leadership. Paper presented at the International Communication Association annual meeting, Chicago.

Bantz, C. R. (1994, June). Organizational communication culture development. Paper presented at Conferenza Internazionale Organizzazione e Communicazione in Azienda, sponsored by IRI Management, Rome.

Bantz, C. R., Krizek, R., Pepper, G., & Scheibel, D. (1993, November). Interpreting organizational communication cultures. Workshop presented at the National Communication Association annual meeting, Miami Beach.

Bantz, C. R. (1993, April). Assessing the character of conflict in organizational cultures. Presentation at Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas.

Bantz, C. R. (1993, Feb.). Cultural diversity and faculty recruitment, development, and retention. Presentation at Western States Communication Association annual conference,Albuquerque.

Bantz, C. R. (1992, November). Expectations, needs, and tenure: A composite case. Presentation at the National Communication Association annual conference, Chicago.

Bantz, C. R. (1992, October). Organisational culture, conflict, and news organisations. Seminar presented at the Department of Communication and Information Studies, Queen Margaret College, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Bantz, C. R. (1992, July). Analyzing dramatizing messages and interpreting organizational communication culture. Paper presented at International Conference of the Standing Committee on Organizational Symbolism, University of Lancaster, U. K.

Bantz, C. R. (1991, Oct.). Conflict and television news. Distinguished lecture series, University of Minnesota, Duluth.

Bantz, C. R., & Honikman, K. (1991, June). Social conflict on South African television news: A Xenophobic view of internal order. Paper presented at the National Conference on Peacemaking and Conflict Resolution, Charlotte, NC.

Bantz, C. R. (1991, Feb.). Performance as publication: Understanding and influencing organizational norms for evaluation. Presentation at the meeting of the Western States Communication Association, Phoenix, Arizona.

Presentations, 1981 - 1989

Bantz, C. R. (1989, Nov.). Organizing and organizational communication culture. Paper presented at the meeting of the Speech Communication Association, San Francisco, CA.

Bantz, C. R. (1989, Nov.). Culture and organizational communication culture. Paper presented at the meeting of the Speech Communication Association, San Francisco, CA.

Bantz, C. R. (1989, Oct.). The organizational communication culture method. Paper presented at the Seventh International Conference on Culture and Communication, Philadelphia, PA.

Bantz, C. R. & Cohen, A. A. (1989, May). The rationale and special problems of comparative TV news research. Paper presented at the meeting of the International Communication Association, San Francisco, CA.

Petronio, S. G. & Bantz, C. R. (1989, May). Breaking the myth of the unit of analysis. Presentation at the meeting of the International Communication Association, San Francisco, CA.

Bantz, C. R. (1989, March). Comparative research in mass media. Presentation at the SCA Doctoral Honors Seminar, University of Georgia, Athens.

Bantz, C. R. (1989, Feb.). The group dynamics of doing cross- cultural team research. Paper presented at the meeting of the Western Speech Communication Association, Spokane, WA.

Bantz, C. R. (1988, May). The future of Communication Studies. Keynote address at the Communication Studies Second Annual Graduate Student Conference, California State University-Sacramento.

Van Maanen, J., & Bantz, C. R. (1988, May). Ethnography is a better way of understanding organizational communication than is critical theory: A debate. Presented the affirmative at the meeting of the International Communication Association, New Orleans, LA.

Rubin, A. M., & Bantz, C. R. (1987, May). The utility of videocassette recorders. Paper presented at the meeting of the International Communication Association, Montreal, Quebec.

Bantz, C. R. (1987, Aug.). Analyzing organizational communication culture. Paper presented at the Alta Conference on Interpretive Research, Alta, UT.

Bantz, C. R., & Robinson, D. C. (1986, Oct.). A cross-network comparison of news and conflict. Paper presented at the Sixth International Conference on Culture and Communication, Philadelphia, PA.

Bantz, C. R., & Robinson, D. C. (1985, Nov.). Events without context: The use of historical context in U. S. television news stories. Paper presented at the meeting of the Speech Communication Association, Denver, CO. [Competitive]

Bantz, C. R. (1985, Sept.). Telespeech: Geraldine Ferraro’s acceptance speech meets television directors. Paper presented at the meeting of the Speech Association of Minnesota, St. Cloud, MN.

Bantz, C. R., Ewbank, A., & Robinson, D. C. (1984, May). Social conflict on television news: Actors, roles, and bias. Paper presented at the meeting of the International Communication Association, San Francisco, CA.

Bantz, C. R. (1982, Nov.). An organizational culture approach to the study of newswork. Paper presented at the meeting of the Speech Communication Association, Louisville, KY.

Bantz, C. R. (1981, July). Interpreting organizational cultures: A proposed procedure, criteria for evaluation, and consideration of research methods. Paper presented at the ICA-SCA Summer Conference on Interpretive Approaches to the Study of Organizational Communication, Alta, UT.

Bantz, C. R., & Reiches, N. A. (1981, May). Decision-making in the Saccharin controversy. Paper presented at the meeting of the International Communication Association, Minneapolis, MN. [Competitive]

Bantz, C. R., & Haynes, W. L. (1981, May). Exploring uses and gratifications: College students’ reported uses of television and their favorite program type. Paper presented at the meeting of the International Communication Association, Minneapolis, MN. [Competitive]

Presentations, 1976 - 1980

Bantz, C. R. (1980, Nov.). Organizing the news: Extending newswork theorizing through Weick’s organizing formulation. Paper presented at the meeting of the Speech Communication Association, New York, NY.

Bantz, C. R. (1979, Nov.). Mass communication approaches to applied communication. Paper presented at the meeting of the Speech Communication Association, San Antonio, TX.

Bantz, C. R., McCorkle, S., & Baade, R. (1979, Feb.). The news factory. Paper presented at the meeting of the Western Speech Association, Los Angeles, CA. [Competitive: Top three in mass communication.]

Bantz, C. R. (1978, Nov.). Media and the saccharin ban. Paper presented at the meeting of the Speech Communication Association, Minneapolis, MN.

Bantz, C. R., & Smith, D. H. (1976, April). A critique and experimental test of Weick’s model of organizing. Paper presented at the meeting of the International Communication Association, Portland, OR. [Competitive]