iAM Magazine audio slideshows

Students in Florangela Davila’s autumn 2009 entrepreneurial multimedia reporting class created iAM Magazine, an online magazine that presents the identities of real people in an audio-slideshow format.

Camille Elmore is Edward E. Carlson student leader

Camille Elmore is Edward E. Carlson student leader

Undergraduate Camille Elmore was named a 2009 Edward E. Carlson Student Leader at UW, an award that recognizes students who have demonstrated a strong commitment to public service, provided outstanding leadership in the community, and who are committed to continued…

Tiia Koppel wins Lagrant scholarship

Tiia Koppel wins Lagrant scholarship

UW Communication senior Tiia Koppel is a 2009 recipient of a Lagrant Foundation Scholarship. She is one of 10 undergraduates from universities all over the United States to receive this prestigious award. Koppel traveled to New York City last spring…

Robert Merry: B.A., 1968

Robert Merry: B.A., 1968

Robert W. Merry, publishing executive and author, is President and Publisher of Congressional Quarterly Inc. (CQ), the Washington-based publishing company that specializes in news and information on Congress, politics and public policy. He is the author of “Taking On the…

Joanne Harrell (BA, Communications, 1976; MBA, Business, 1979)

Joanne Harrell (BA, Communications, 1976; MBA, Business, 1979)

2009 Department of Communication Alumni Hall of Fame Harrell has held various management positions at InfoSpace, US West Communications and Microsoft, where she currently serves as Chief of Staff, OEM Division. She has a commitment to continued learning that has…

Betsy Wackernagel Bach: PhD, 1985

In January 2006 I returned to my academic home as Professor of Communication Studies, where I began my career in 1983. From 1999-2005, I served in two administrative roles: Assistant Provost for Enrollment Management and Retention, and then as Interim…

Professor examines how women of color stand up, speak back to cultural assumptions

Professor examines how women of color stand up, speak back to cultural assumptions

Ralina Joseph, just finishing her fourth year as assistant professor in Department of Communication, is the recipient of two prestigious fellowships for the coming year — one from the Ford Foundation* and the other from the Woodrow Wilson Foundation. “The…

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