Sonny Kelly’s THE TALK

February 4, 2019

http://triangleartsandentertainment.org/2019/02/sonny-kelly-is-amazing-in-the-talk-do-not-miss-it/  

Professor Torin Monahan: CURS 2014-15 Scholar-in-Residence

May 8, 2014

http://curs.unc.edu/2014/04/16/dr-torin-monahan-curs-2014-15-scholar-residence/ The Center for Urban & Regional Studies is pleased to announce that Dr. Torin Monahan from the Department of Communication Studies is our Scholar-in-Residence for 2014-15. Dr. Monahan will use this opportunity to develop a research proposal on smart … Continued

Professor Parker Wins UNC Diversity Award

April 11, 2014

http://college.unc.edu/2014/04/07/parkeraward/ Parker wins University Diversity Award   Patricia Parker, an Associate Professor of Communication Studies and Director of Faculty Diversity Initiatives in the College of Arts and Sciences, has won a 2014 University Diversity Award. The annual Diversity Awards are … Continued

Grad Student Nadia Dawisha Published in HuffPo

March 28, 2014

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/nadia-dawisha-/kahindo-mateene-an-africa_b_5018999.html Kahindo Mateene: An African Designer Making a Difference   Nadia Dawisha PhD Student, UNC-Chapel Hill and Blogger, Listengirlfriends.com   When designer Kahindo Mateene came to the United States at the tender age of seventeen to attend college, her classmates … Continued

Professor Sharma Interviewed on "The State of Things"

February 26, 2014

http://wunc.org/post/do-taxi-drivers-experience-time-differently-business-travelers-or-yoga-instructors#.Uw0Zzisdt_c.facebook The State of Things 11:13 am Tue February 25, 2014 Do Taxi Drivers Experience Time Differently Than Business Travelers? Or Yoga Instructors? Listen 17:29 Scholar Sarah Sharma explains the concept behind her new book, In the Meantime: Temporality and … Continued

Graduate Student Cronin to be Published

February 20, 2014

Graduate student Jennifer Cronin will have a chapter published in “Casing Interpersonal Communication: Case Studies in Personal & Social Relationships” written by Professor Emeritus Julia T. Wood!   Cronin, J. L. (2015, in press). The whole truth and nothing but … Continued