Professor Lance Bennett receives Humboldt Research Award

The Alexander von Humboldt Foundation granted Professor Lance Bennett a Humboldt Research Award in recognition of his lifetime achievements in research. The award-winners are invited to spend a period of up to one year cooperating on a long-term research project…

Barsamian on Capitalism vs. the Environment

Founder and director of Alternative Radio (AR), David Barsamian joined Rethinking Prosperity on May 19 to discuss capitalism and the environment as well as the role of the media in front of a diverse, intimate, and lively audience of faculty,…

Phil Howard’s new book ‘Pax Technica’ discusses next-generation Internet

In a new book published this spring by Yale University Press and titled “Pax Technica: How the Internet of Things May Set Us Free or Lock Us Up,” Professor Phil Howard discusses a next-generation Internet where all electronic devices are…

Ed Joyce (’77) receives APTRA Award for Best Light Feature in Radio

Do you know the difference between a speed hump, lump, undulation, table, and raised crosswalk? Ed Joyce (B.A., 1977) is a reporter and anchor at Capitol Public Radio in Sacramento and took home the Best Light Feature Award in the…

2015 Alumni Hall of Fame Ceremony

Every year, the UW Department of Communication honors outstanding alumni who are making a difference in their careers and out in their communities by inducting them in to the Department’s Alumni Hall of Fame. Selections were made based on input…

Students of #UWComm

The UW Department of Communication is successful, thriving, and innovative because of our students. Last academic year, we experimented with an Instagram series called ‘Students of UWComm’ to get to know them better and to share the new and interesting…

Photo by Erika Schultz

On June 13 at the Seattle Renaissance Hotel, Artist in Residence Sarah Stuteville received the 2015 Society of Professional Journalists Western Washington Educator of the Year award. The recognition is based on nominations from students and colleagues, and given to…

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