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January 14, 2014
Growing up in State College I had many opportunities to spend time with Herman and his family at the Cohen house. It was always fun discussing politics, world events, or sports with Herman because he not only had great insight he also had a great sense of humor. I fondly remember those days and will miss Dr. Herman Cohen. My condolences to his family.
January 12, 2014
Dr. Cohen was a leader in the Speech Communication Association when I first joined as a junior; he was always warm and welcoming, and incredibly bright and insightful to boot. A great loss!
January 10, 2014
Herman was the first faculty member I met when I arrived at Penn State as a new graduate student in 1973. I'll never forget his kindness and encouragement. He served as a role model for us all and came the closest of anyone I've ever known to being a "perfect" professor.
January 10, 2014
I have many memories of the time Herman was a visiting professor in San Jose and of his participation in the International Communication Colloquium. He was a valued colleague and friend. My condolences to his family and colleagues.
January 10, 2014
When I switched from Political Science to Speech at the University of Oregon, Dr. Cohen was my second professor on that first day. He unveiled the fascinating area of rhetorical theory. With his pipe and tweed jacket, he fit the stereotypical image of a professor, which was reinforced by his level of knowledge, curiosity, and his interest in students. At that moment I knew nothing of his scholarship or professional activity--all I knew is this engagement with such a thoughtful person was why I was in graduate school. He was a model that few can ever reach. His leaving leaves an empty spot among the towering giants of the field.

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