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This archive of awards presented at The National Association of Communication Centers’ annual Excellence at the Center Conference is maintained by UNCG. Additions and corrections should be sent to kmcuny@uncg.edu.


Bob and Ann Weiss Competitive Undergraduate Paper Award

This undergraduate student honor was first awarded in 2007 by The National Association of Communication Centers. The association seeks to honor one top undergraduate paper focusing on the work of speaking centers or labs. Papers in this competition are theory based with an applied focus and may be reflexive in nature.

2016 Winner
Essma Boucteb, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

2015 Winner
Ari Zucker, Grand Valley State University

2014 Winner
Derek Dittmar, Randolph-Macon College

2013 Winner
Danielle Deville & Mariah Young, Mary Washington University

2011 Winner
Ed Pitman, University of Southern Mississippi

2010 Winner
Betsy Lyles, Davidson College

2009 Winner
Kiya Ward, University of North Carolina at Greensboro

2008 Winner
Carla Blumenthal, James Madison University

2007 Winner
Helen Rabinovitch, James Madison University


Huddy-Gunn Competitive Graduate Paper Award

This graduate student honor was first awarded in 2007 by The National Association of Communication Centers. The association seeks to honor one top graduate theory paper focusing on the work of speaking centers or labs. Papers in this competition focus on challenging a theory, the development of a new theory, or the modification of a current theory.

2016 Winner
Mohamed Ismail, The University of Southern Mississippi

2015 Winner
Leanna Smithberger, James Madison University

2014 Winners
Carl Brown &  Nicole Magee, The University of Southern Mississippi
2013 Winner
Carl Brown, The University of Southern Mississippi

2012 Winner
Hannah Rachal, University of Southern Mississippi

2011 Winner
Alyssa Davis, University of North Carolina Greensboro

2009 Winner
William Bryant, University of North Carolina Greensboro

2008 Winner
Marcie Hureau, University of Colorado – Colorado Springs
Hema Yarragunta, University of North Carolina at Greensboro

2007 Winner
Kira Zimmerman, University of Colorado – Colorado Springs


Joyce G. Ferguson Faculty/Director Paper Award

This honor was first awarded in 2010 by The National Association of Communication Centers. The association seeks to honor one top faculty/director research paper focusing on the work of speaking centers or labs.

2016 Winners

Carl Brown & Danielle Leek, Grand Valley State University

2015 Winner
Roy Schwartzman & Rolando Sanchez, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

2014 Winners
Wendy Atkins-Sayre, The University of Southern Mississippi
Esther Lee Yook, George Mason University

2013 Winner
Roy Schwartzman, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

2012 Winner
Wendy Atkins-Sayre, University of Southern Mississippi

2011 Winner
Roy Schwartzman, Erin Ellis, & Hemalatha Yarragunta, University of North Carolina Greensboro

2010 Winner
Kimberly M. Cuny & Hemalatha R. Yarragunta, University of North Carolina Greensboro


NCA Outstanding Tutor Awards

Presented each spring by the Communication Centers Section of the National Communication Association to honor one undergraduate and one graduate student tutor for their work in a communication center or lab.

2016 Winners
Aleke Vehos (undergraduate), The University of Southern Mississippi
Carley Young (graduate), The University of Southern Mississippi

2015 Winners
Aimee Miller (undergraduate), Monmouth College
Shaquana Suggs (graduate), The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

2014 Winners
Donald Watson (undergraduate), The College of Southern Nevada
Nicole Magee (graduate), The University of Southern Mississippi

2013 Winner
Carl Brown, The University of Southern Mississippi

2012 Winner
Alyssa Davis, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

2011 Winner
Michael King, The University of Southern Mississippi

2010 Winner
April Van Cleve, The University of Southern Mississippi

2009 Winner
Danielle Lokaj, Davidson College

2008 Winner
Hemalatha Yarragunta, The University of North Carolina at Greensboro

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