Congratulations to Dr. Suzanne Enck for receiving the Outstanding Scholar-Activist Award! | Communication Studies

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November 10, 2016

Congratulations to Dr. Suzanne Enck for receiving the Outstanding Scholar-Activist Award!

Dr. Suzanne Enck has been selected for the Outstanding Scholar-Activist Award from The National Communication Association's (NCA) largest division, Critical & Cultural Studies. Dr. Enck was nominated by UNT Communication Studies Chair, Dr. Brian Richardson. In his nomination letter he explained the many reasons why she would be worthy for such an award, stating, "Dr. Enck is an exemplary scholar, consistently publishing essays that critically investigate domestic violence, gender and incarceration, and sexual assault, in renowned journals. She is a committed activist, directly engaging with agencies and organizations addressing domestic violence, poverty, sexual assault, and incarceration of women. She strives to give voice to the voiceless, and make key stakeholders aware of the prison industrial complex, a system which subversively exploits women in poverty. She has become an ambassador on campus for sexual assault victims, disempowered peoples, and women's studies programs." Way to go Dr. Enck we are proud to have you as a professor at UNT Comm Studies! Dr. Enck will be honored at the National Communication Association's Convention on November 12.