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Dillman Selected for C-SPAN Conference

PULLMAN, Wash. — Joye J. Dillman, associate professor of human development at Washington State University, is one of 36 college and university faculty from across the nation selected to participate in C-SPAN’s Winter 1997 Seminar for Professors on Jan. 6-7 in Washington D.C.

The two-day conference brings together faculty from diverse disciplines to talk about creative ways to use C-SPAN’s public affairs programming in college classrooms and research.

Dillman was selected through a competitive application process open to all 4,900 college-faculty members of C-SPAN in the Classroom, the cable television network’s free national membership service for educators.

Since 1987, more than 600 college and university professors have participated in the event.

C-SPAN is a public service network created by the nation’s cable television companies.

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