CDSC members plus affiliates and guests at UW April 2019. From left to right the people in the picture are: Jeremy, Nate, Charlie, Kaylea, Sejal, Jonathan, Emilia, Mako, Morten, Jim, Isaac, Salt, Abel, and Sayamindu

In exciting news, Assistant Professor Benjamin Mako Hill’s research group, the Community Data Science Collective (CDSC), recently received a grant for nearly $500,000 from the National Science Foundation (NSF). The CDSC is an interdisciplinary group made of up of faculty…

Welcome Our New Department Chair

The Department of Communication is delighted to welcome our new chair, Dr. Christine Harold. In the letter below, Dr. Harold shares more about this transition in her own words. The faculty, staff, and students wish her the best, and look…

Don Seabrook Wins 2018 Regional Photographer of the Year Award

UW Department of Communication alumnus Don Seabrook recently won the 2018 National Press Photographers Association’s (NPPA) “Regional Photographer of the Year” award for the Northwest region. Seabrook graduated from the Department in 1983, and since then has been working at…

Dr. David Domke addresses attendees at the kickoff

Seeing an opportunity for growth beyond the classroom, Associate Professor Christine Harold (who also served as Chair of the local host committee for the 2019 Western States Communication Association (WSCA) Convention) transformed the annual event into a project management practicum…

Congratulations 2019 UW Department of Communication Graduates!

More than 500 undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral students gathered in The Quad to celebrate receiving degrees from the UW Department of Communication. Accomplished students proudly walked across the stage as thousands of friends and family members cheered them on, shed…

Racial Categories and the 2020 Census

Join us for “Racial Categories and the 2020 Census,” the Center for Communication, Difference and Equity’s annual conference. It will highlight scholarly and community engaged work, and explore how definitions of race change to accommodate or contest power. The goal…

CELEBRATING EXCELLENCE AT THE 2018-2019 SCHOLARSHIPS AND AWARDS CEREMONY

In two end-of-the-academic-year award ceremonies, the UW Department of Communication honored students with scholarships and excellence awards worth nearly $218,000 in total. These students have proven to be exceptional in the areas of journalism, research, communication, and ethics. Department of…

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