RLF Communications: A full-service public relations and marketing firm in Greensboro The Department of Communication at UNC-Chapel Hill is pleased to announce that RLF Communications in Greensboro, N.C., will be reserving a paid internship each semester for one student in … Continued
Closer Than They Appear, the Process Series 10th Anniversary Season: Reinvention opener, has received spectacular reviews. The show, written by Christine Evans and directed by Joseph Megel with media design by Jared Mezzochhi, “tells the colliding stories of Michael, an … Continued
Congratulations to Professor Torin Monahan! On Wednesday, September 13, the premier journal Surveillance & Society announced Professor Torin Monahan as Editor-in-Chief. Professor Monahan has been an contributing author and an associate editor of the Surveillance & Society journal as well … Continued
On September 26 and 28 from 7:00-8:30PM, the Friday Center will be hosting two panel discussion featuring three COMM department faculty. On Tuesday, September 26, Dr. Alice Marwick will participate as a panelist in the discussion The New Fake News … Continued
The Department of Communication welcomes all students and their families, regardless of immigration status. Our faculty and staff are committed to supporting any student or campus worker affected by the termination of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. … Continued
Professor Michael Waltman gave the 2017 Keynote Address at the Southern States Communication Associate (SSCA). The title of Professor Waltman’s address was “The New Era of Hate: How We Arrived Here and How We Should Talk to Our Students and … Continued
Dr. Kumi Silva is proud to announce the publication of her new book: Brown Threat: Identification in the Security State. Curious about the content? Read the book summary below: “What is “brown” in—and beyond—the context of American identity politics? How … Continued
The John & Tatiana Moore Fund Fund Details & Application Process: ♦ The fund provides stipends of up to $2,000. ♦ Around 2-4 applicants will be selected to receive a stipend from the Moore Internship Fund according to the quality … Continued
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 “re-volt-ing: an art show in protest” at the Distillery Gallery in Boston, Massachusetts.
The Department of Communication presents: The Swain Studio Six Performance Series. These six unique performances will begin at 8:00 p.m. unless otherwise indicated. The Sunday matinee performances will begin at 2:00 p.m.