An audio art piece, created by Mark Robinson, the Multimedia Lab Director and Lecturer for the Department of Communication, has been solicited and will be featured in an art show at the Distillery Gallery in Boston, Massachusetts....
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The Spoken Word Workshop is open to all.  There are ONLY 25 seats available.  The workshop will run Tuesday, January 31st through Sunday, February 5th. The workshop times are 6:30-9:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and 1:00-4:00 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday.  The workshop will be held in Studio 6, Swain Hall, room 110. Priority will be […]...
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Are you still in need of a class for the spring semester?  Consider COMM 371: Argumentation offered on Tuesday and Thursday from 2:00 – 3:15 p.m.  This course examines the theory and practice of argument and deliberation in communication studies, drawing from resources in rhetorical studies, informal logic, and argumentation. Intended for pre-law, public policy and other students […]...
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Heather Woods, a doctoral candidate and teaching fellow in the Department of Communication, is one of eight recipients of the 2017 K. Patricia Cross Future Leaders Award, which is awarded by the Association of American Colleges & Universities. The award “honors the work of K. Patricia Cross, Professor Emerita of Higher Education at the University […]...
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Dear Communication Alumni and Friends, I’m pleased and excited to share news from the Department of Communication for the 2015-2016 academic year. Whether you identify as an alum from communication studies; radio, television, and motion pictures (RTVMP); or speech communication, I greet you all as part of the department’s family! This year we welcomed three […]...
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Performance Studies professor Joseph Megel traveled to London the week of November 14th to participate in USA Week 2016 at King’s College London. Described in an article published November 23 by King’s College London News, USA week is a celebration of “our engagement with United States.” The week concluded with a “riveting reading of ‘The […]...
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Dr. Michael Palm is proud to announce the publication of his new book: Technologies of Consumer Labor: A History of Self-Service. Capture a quick glimpse of the book by reading the description below: “This book documents and examines the history of technology used by consumers to serve oneself. The telephone’s development as a self-service technology […]...
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On Thursday, November 10th, Mitch Capel and Sonny Kelly, a current Department of Communication graduate student, performed The Color of Courage at the Stone Center Theater before an audience of 65 students, faculty, staff, and community members. The performance brought to life “a fraction of the untold stories of the hundreds of thousands of unsung […]...
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Director Robinson provided The Carter Center with a second workshop focusing on engaged scholarship in audio and visual communication within the framework of conflict resolution and peace. Through a technology and research three day workshop, Nov. 2 – 5, participants engaged with the technical aspects of what is seen and heard as well as the […]...
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