Scott Jensen wins forensics research award

| November 18, 2010

Congratulations to Scott Jensen, professor, Speech Communications, and director of Forensics, for winning Pi Kappa Delta’s L.E. Norton Award for Outstanding Forensics Scholarship. This past Tuesday, Scott received the award while at the National Communication Association’s annual convention.

Scott has published in countless journals, he writes and presents convention papers for state and national conventions each year, and he has served as both a guest editor for Pi Kappa Delta’s national journal, The Forensic, and as editor of the Journal of the Speech and Theatre Association of Missouri.

Pi Kappa Delta is the nation’s oldest and largest forensic honor society.  PKD will celebrate its centennial anniversary on Webster’s campus in 2013.  With member schools spanning across the country and in Guam, its 200+ college and university member schools and thousands of members, Pi Kappa Delta is very well known in the forensic community.

Scott has also won Pi Kappa Delta’s national teaching and service awards, and served as their national president.

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  1. Deanna Snowden says:

    Congratulations, Professor Jensen! A well deserved acknowledgement of your talent, skill and dedication, as seen through the successes of your students.