Wubba-Lubba-U-Dub: How to Successfully Interview a Comedy Genius in Front of 300 People

Wubba-Lubba-U-Dub: How to Successfully Interview a Comedy Genius in Front of 300 People

“I speak Geek.” It’s the shorthand I use when attempting to describe my deep and abiding affection for Pop Culture. I come from a “Star Wars” family, yet have watched a majority of “Star Trek”; I know that “Doctor Who”…

What Are UW Comm Professors Researching?

What Are UW Comm Professors Researching?

Fall Faculty Forum 2017 Last week, three Department faculty members — Christine Harold, Matthew Powers, and Nancy Rivenburgh — discussed their current research projects. For those in our community who were unable to attend this event, the Department’s video recording…

Carley Simpson: Letting the Path Find Me

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…

YUKANG YANG | Peter Clarke and Susan Evans Graduate Research Fund

YUKANG YANG | Peter Clarke and Susan Evans Graduate Research Fund

With the financial support of this fund, Yunkang Yang was able to conduct fieldwork in China. Yang’s focus is on resource limitations of local governments and the mechanisms through which protests trigger resource-poor local governments to seek help from NGOs….

MATTHEW ADEIZA | Peter Clarke and Susan Evans Graduate Research Fund

MATTHEW ADEIZA | Peter Clarke and Susan Evans Graduate Research Fund

Thanks in part to the Peter Clarke and Susan Evans Graduate Research Fund, Matthew Adeiza is currently writing his dissertation, “Digital Media and Ethnic Politics in Ghana.” The funding helped Adeiza greatly during his field research as it covered the…

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