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Author, communications professor to give talk as a part of the Seehra Lecture Series

Erika Kirby

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WHO: Erika Kirby

WHAT: “Leading an Integrated Life: Relational and Reflective Communication Practices”

WHEN: April 18, 2018 at 4 p.m.

WHERE: Mountainlair Student Union’s Shenandoah Room

Erika Kirby’s lecture will explore the communicative implications of how relationships – whether in the workplace, in the “home space” or beyond – can be supportive and encourage work-life integration or non-supportive and create situation of overwork and stress.

The Seehra Lecture Series was established by Mohindar Seehra, the Eberly Distinguished Professor Emeritus, and supports the professional development of women. Seehra has guided the research and careers of 65 graduate students and postdoctoral fellows, including more than two dozen women. He retired in August 2016 after 47 years of teaching and research at WVU. The lectures cover topics like work-life balance, including both historical and contemporary issues and the influence of today’s economy.

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CONTACT: Katlin Swisher, Eberly College of Arts and Sciences, West Virginia University,

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