Carley Simpson: Letting the Path Find Me

These days, Carley Simpson (B.A., 2004) is really in the dog house. Or the cat castle. Or in any other of the incredible pet dwellings featured on her newest show, Animal Cribs. An Executive Producer at Punch Drunk Pictures, Simpson…

UW Students, Faculty, and Alumni Honored at 2017 NCA Reception

Department colleagues, friends and supporters gathered last month in Dallas for the UW Communication Annual NCA Reception. NCA’s 103rd Annual Convention celebrated “Our Legacy, Our Relevance.” According to Ronald L. Jackson II, NCA First Vice President, the convention presented “compelling…

Change Seminar: Carmen Gonzalez

Digital Equity and Meaningful Connectivity December 5, 2017 | 12 PM | HUB 214 Close to 8 million U.S. children live with at least one English-language learner parent. This means that many children are growing up in bilingual families and…

Learn more about Comm Lead at a Live Q & A

Are you thinking of applying to the Communication Leadership Master’s Program? We’re here to help you decide if our degrees are right for you — and set you up for success in your application — at our upcoming live Q&A sessions….

KEEP WRITING: Kriss Turner Towner Enters COM Hall of Fame

One variation of the American Dream is “to make it BIG in Hollywood.” However, wishes come true, not free, as COM alumna and 2017 Hall of Fame inductee Kriss Turner Towner (B.A., 1984) can tell you. “Finishing and selling your…

Input on Immigration: A Narrative and Policy Forum

Monday, November 20 | 6:00 PM in CMU 120 The UW Policy Debate Coalition is hosting the first ever forum focused on immigration and immigration policy. Currently, the government has been pursuing tighter regulations on immigration from all corners of…

COM Alumna Wins 2017 NCA Outstanding Book Award

Communication graduate Manoucheka Celeste (Ph.D., 2011) was recently awarded the 2017 NCA Outstanding Book Award, African American Communication & Culture Division and the Black Caucus. The honor is in recognition of her first book: Race, Gender, and Citizenship in the…

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