CELEBRATING EXCELLENCE: 2020 AWARDS

The UW Department of Communication is proud to celebrate student achievements with our annual collection of Excellence Awards, this year totaling over $19,000 in student financial aid. These students have proven to be exemplary scholars in the areas of journalism,…

UW Communication Spring 2020 Colloquia

The UW Department of Communication is excited to present two virtual colloquia this spring quarter, featuring Dr. André Brock from the Georgia Institute of Technology, and Dr. Shinsuke Eguchi from the University of New Mexico.  Please find details of their presentations below:  Date: May 13,…

“Prepare to Be Unprepared”: Alumna Rhea Panela, Broadcast Journalist

Rhea Panela (B.A., 2017) is a proud first-generation Husky, and a passionate storyteller. Currently, she works as a multimedia journalist for KTVZ NewsChannel 21, the NBC/CNN/FOX/CW affiliate in Bend, Oregon. A former staff writer for The Daily at the UW,…

Resources in Times of Need

Resources in Times of Need  In these uncertain times, many are facing pressures compounded by health concerns, social distancing, child and family care, and economic stresses. While community-based organizations along with public and private services are ready to respond and…

Department of Communication COVID-19 Updates and Resources

In alignment with the recent announcement from UW President Ana Mari Cauce, the Department of Communication has moved all instruction and courses online. On March 13, Governor Jay Inslee announced new measures requiring the University of Washington, and all higher…

2020 ELECTIONS REPORTING PROJECT

Spring | Summer | Fall 2020 A special cross-departmental publishing project and showcase of student analysis and reporting on this year’s historic United States presidential election. The Department of Communication is offering a three-course cycle in which participants will be…

2020 Scheidel Lecture: The Future of Journalism in a Post-Truth Democracy

February 19, 2020 || Reception 3:45-4:55 p.m. || Lecture 5-6:30 p.m. || Walker Ames Room, Kane 225 The UW Department of Communication is excited to welcome Dr. Regina G. Lawrence to Seattle to present the 2020 Scheidel lecture. Dr. Lawrence…

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