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Pennsylvania Communication Association

The Pennsylvania Communication Association (formerly SCAP) promotes teaching, research, service and development in all areas of human communication. The Speech Communication Association of Pennsylvania was founded in 1939. John Henry Frizzell of Pennsylvania State University was the first President. The state journal, the Annual, is now in its 73rd year.

Join us in the promotion of teaching, research, service, and development of all areas of human communication.

For more than 20 years, we have recognized important Pennsylvanians such as Fred Rogers (Mister Rogers), Governor William Scranton, Governor Ed Rendell, Lieutenant Governor Mark Schweiker, Dr. Sam Hazo (Poet Laureate of Pennsylvania), and other as outstanding speakers of the year. The Association recognizes its own members for their contributions to the field, as well as students and the institutions for their efforts in speech communication.


Join us in the promotion of teaching, research, service, and development of all areas of human communication.

Questions concerning the website, contact:

Dennis Woytek, Ph.D.
Duquesne University
600 Forbes Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15282
412-396-4173
woytekd@duq.edu