The John and Tatiana Moore Fund ♦  providing stipends of up to $2,000 ♦  around 2-4 applicants will be selected, according to the quality of their internship and their financial need, to receive a stipend from the Moore Internship Fund ♦  any COMM student is welcome to apply ♦  preference will be given to sophomores […]...
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  Jonathan Foland (Department of Communication), was one of five graduate students at UNC-CH selected to receive the 2016 Tanner Award for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching by Graduate Teaching Assistants.  Congratulations, Jonathan!   For more about the University’s Teaching Awards, visit here....
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**NOTE: interested students must be of sophomore or junior standing by fall 2016 **...
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February 5th, 7:00pm Post-show discussion with playwright, actors, and director February 6th, 2:00pm Post-show discussion with a panel of scholars The Department of Communication in partnership with Arts at the Core is excited to present I Was Never Alone, a new play that focuses on the personal narratives of seven adults with disabilities living in […]...
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** NOTICE: (new time!) A performance of An Loc has been re-scheduled for Sunday, January 31st at 2:00 p.m. in Swain Hall ** ** NOTICE (1/23/16): Saturday evening’s performance of An Loc has been cancelled due to inclement weather ** ** NOTICE (1/22/16): Friday evening’s performance of An Loc has been cancelled due to inclement […]...
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An interview with COMM Professor Michael Waltman was featured in the Washington Post on December 12th, 2015.   {excerpt} “The Fix wondered if, in the attempt to describe a range of political events, comments and proposals that have shocked even long-time presidential election watchers, political insiders might be drawing a highly similar but excessively dramatic […]...
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Created and performed by Rob Jansen, who says, “This play asks us how we respond when our world comes to an end.  While Agee’s 1949 screenplay was a direct response to the dropping of the atomic bomb, the Tramp’s story of survival amidst ultimate destruction and his ability to find laughter in the darkest of […]...
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Little Green Pig presents, in association with the UNC Department of Communication co-directed by COMM Professor Tony Perucci with sound design by COMM Professor Michael Palm “One family feels the agony and ecstasy of life under the experiment-in-living that was the German Democratic Republic. Love affairs, betrayals and sex with Stasi-agents populate this originalmovementtheaterwerk by Durham’s bad kids […]...
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  For the Record, the blog of the University Archives & Records Management Services team at UNC-CH, in an October post turned its focus to “The Creation of the Department of Communication Studies” (circa 1993). {excerpt} University Archives recently acquired records from the Department of Communication, located in Bingham Hall. The records highlighted one of […]...
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Through teaching, research and service, the Department of Communication: addresses the many ways communication functions to create, sustain, and transform personal life, social relations, political institutions, economic organizations, and cultural and aesthetic conventions in society; promotes competencies required for various modes of mediated and non-mediated communication; and develops skills for analyzing, interpreting and critiquing communication
problems and questions.

The Department of Communication includes 30 faculty, 50 graduate students and over 800 undergraduate majors. The Department and personnel are recognized for significant contributions to the profession and to the University, state, and nation.

The Department of Communication supports the University’s core values encouraging diversity and equal educational and employment opportunities throughout the University community. These values are articulated in the University’s non-discrimination policy and by the office of Diversity and Multicultural Affairs.