UW Department of Communication Graduation 2019

Welcome UW Department of Communication graduates, families, and friends!  Here you will find important information about the Department of Communication Graduation Celebration, program, FAQs, ordering caps and gowns, and more. The UW Department of Communication Graduation Celebration will be held…

Seattle Journalism’s Possible Futures

Tuesday, April 23, 2019 || 6 – 7:30 p.m. Walker Ames Room || Kane Hall, University of Washington The problems facing journalism are well known: News organizations are struggling to secure sustainable revenue models; News audiences are turning away from…

For these UW students, a tour of the historic Cathedral of St. James in Santiago de Compostela included a visit to the roof of the church

Do you want to know what it’s like to live or work in another country? Communication majors and pre-majors can get a sense of that, even as they make progress toward their UW degree, through the Department’s Communication Spain 2019…

Communication Senior Receives Hearst Journalism Honor

Department senior Bryan Nakata’s profile on a Seattle artist recently ranked among the top twenty selections in the Multimedia One: Narrative Storytelling – Features Competition of the Hearst Journalism Awards. The piece, edited by Professor Andrea Otanez in last quarter’s…

March Colloquium: Gaming the Iron Curtain

Dr. Jaroslav Švelch presents on Computer Games in Communist Czechoslovakia as Entertainment and Resistance March 13, 2019 || CMU 126 || 3:30-5:00 PM Presented in partnership with the Ellison Center for Russian, East European, and Central Asian Studies Based on…

Health and Illness in Close Relationships:  Unpacking Complexities | 2/20 | CMU 126 | 3:30-5PM

Dr. Duggan is drawn to researching the context of health and illness because of the vulnerabilities that require us to reconsider assumptions and expectations. She says that when we face serious illness, changes in ourselves and in our close relationships…

Doctoral Candidate Receives Ford Foundation Research Funding

The Ford and Sloan Foundations recently announced that they will award $1.3 million to support ten research projects focused on the production of digital infrastructure. Out of 240 submissions, a project led by Kaylea Champion (a second year MA/PhD student…

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