Capitalism v. Environment: Rethinking Prosperity hosts conversation with David Barsamian

Rethinking Prosperity, the newest project coming out of the Center for Communication and Civic Engagement, is hosting an intimate conversation with David Barsamian on May 19 at 5 p.m. in CMU 126. Wine and appetizers will be served. RSVP here…

Two UW Comm graduate students take honors at WSCA

The Western States Communication Association (WSCA) awarded two UW Department of Communication graduate students with awards this year, including Top Student Debut Paper and Top Four Paper. Anjuli Brekke, a second year M.A./Ph.D. student, is working on her thesis related…

KUOW partners with Comm Lead to talk about ‘death over dinner’

A program that was launched in 2012, Death Over Dinner has encouraged tens of thousands of people in the United States and abroad to set the table and engage in thoughtful and meaningful conversations about the end of life. What…

Open House: Spring 2015

The Department of Communication is hosting its Spring Quarter 2015 Open House event on Friday, May 1 from 3 to 5 p.m. on the first floor of the COM building in CMU 104 and the Communication Commons. Meet and mingle…

Incoming Jackson School professor discusses press freedom in Mexico

On Wednesday, April 23, Vanessa Freije (an incoming assistant professor at the UW’s Henry M. Jackson School of International Studies) will be talking about the history of press freedom in Mexico. Join us from 3:30 to 5 p.m. in CMU…

2015 Communication Graduation Celebration

2015 Communication Graduation Celebration The Department of Communication Graduation Celebration is scheduled for Thursday, June 11, from 1 to 3 p.m. located outside in the Quad – rain or shine. Distinguished alumna Lori Matsukawa (M.A., 1996) will be the keynote…

‘Angry Asian Man’ Phil Yu visits UW Comm

Several dozen students attended a pizza lunch earlier this month featuring special guest Phil Yu, the founder and editor of the popular ‘Angry Asian Man’ blog. The blog started out as a hobby nearly 14 years ago, but quickly became…

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