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What does NCA stand for?
NCA stands for National Communication Association
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We have 433 other meanings of NCA in our Acronym Attic
- National Cleaners Association
- National Climate Assessment (interagency climate assessment)
- National Club Association (Washington, DC)
- National Coal Association
- National Coastal Assessment (US EPA)
- National Coffee Association
- National College of Arts (Pakistan)
- National Command Authorities
- National Commission on Accrediting (various organizations)
- National Committee on Accreditation
- National Communications Agency
- National Competition Agency (various locations)
- National Competition Authority (EU)
- National Confectioners Association
- National Conservation Area (US Bureau of Land Management)
- National Constitutional Assembly (Zimbabwe)
- National Constructors Association
- National Consumer Agency (Ireland)
- National Contest Association
- National Coordinating Agency
Samples in periodicals archive:
Buzzanell has received numerous teaching, research, and engagement awards, including the Violet Haas and Helen Schleman Gold Medal Awards from Purdue, the Teacher-Mentor Award from OSCLG, and the Francine Merritt Award from the National Communication Association (NCA) for work on behalf of women and students.
Eric Licht of Northboro, who recently completed his junior year at Ithaca College, has been selected for membership in Lambda Pi Eta National Communication Association Honor Society, his father, Bob, reports.
Routledge, a unit of Taylor & Francis (Philadelphia, PA), and the National Communication Association (Washington, D.
Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Communication Association in Atlanta, Georgia.
has been elected as second vice president of the National Communication Association.
Under the guidance of students from CSUN professor Kathryn Sorrells' undergraduate intercultural communication class, 80 Grant High students examined culture, power, identity and other topics during an eight-week program funded by the National Communication Association and the Southern Poverty Law Center.
He was named a distinguished scholar by the National Communication Association and a fellow of the International Communication Association in 2010.