This article proposes the advancement of communications discipline at a small college in Georgia. In the small liberal arts college, one tends to find many faculty members who have had little or no experience with departments of communication. It is also plausible that some approaches to the study of communication may be deemed unsuitable in a small liberal arts setting. To meet the demands of the millennial technological environment, the dean of the college decided to reexamine the communication major in terms of its scope and function on campus. The proposals for the advancement of the discipline are discussed herein.
Mueller, A. G., & Crisp D. S. (1999). From paper to praxis: Advancing the discipline in a small college environment. Journal of the Association for Communication Administration, 28(3), 156–165.