Ristic, I. (2016, April). When the internet becomes the doctor: Seeking health information online. Presented on behalf of co-authors (Schon, J. & Manning, J.) at the 2016 Central States Communication Association convention, Grand Rapids, MI.
Ristic, I. (2015, April). International Students’ Identities and Involvement in Student Organizations. Presented at the 2015 Central States Communication Association convention, Madison, WI.
Korn, J., Ristic, I., Phillips, K.E., Kienzle, J., Lindsley, K., Grady, E.F., Krause, J.A. (2015, April). TA vs. RA: What Route is Best for Me? Panel presented the 2015 Central States Communication Association convention, Madison, WI.
Manning, J., & Ristic, I. (2013, November). How Important are Facebook Profiles on the Job Market? An Exploratory Study of Millennials and HR Reps. Presented at the 2013 National Communication Association convention, Washington, D.C.
Ristic, I. (2013, April). KONY2012 and Monroe’s Motivated Sequence [Great Idea For Teaching Presentation]. Presented at the 2013 Central States Communication Association convention, Kansas City, MO.
Ristic, I. (2012, March). A Virtual Public Sphere? Incorporating the Habermasian public sphere with the websites of Al Jazeera English, BBC World News, and CNN International. Presented at the 2012 Central States Communication convention, Cleveland, OH.
Dennis, J., Powell, B., Ristic, I., Donley, D., Maxwell, K., Woeste, E. (2011, March). Difference in the Decade of the Digital Classroom: Connecting students and educators in digital space.Panel presented at the 2012 Central States Communication Association convention,Cleveland, OH.
Graham, C., Dennis, J., Powell, B., Ristic, I., Center, D., Zlatkin, A., Manning, J. (2011, April). Defining communication. Panel presented at the 2011 Central States Communication Association convention, Milwaukee, WI.
Ristic, I. and other tour guides (2008, July). Student-centered touring in a community engaged university. Presentation at the National Student Recruitment Conference, Pittsburgh, PA.
Ristic, I. (Forthcoming 2018, February). How does popular media (e.g., U.S. films and TV dramas) consumption affect international students’ adjustment to U.S. culture? Planned presentation for ‘Red Hot Research’ session at the University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS.