Input on Immigration: A Narrative and Policy Forum

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

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…

COM Professor Shares: “What Interviews Are Good For”

COM Professor Shares: “What Interviews Are Good For”

On Wednesday, November 15, Assistant Professor Matthew Powers will present on interviews in research as a part of the UW QUAL Talks series. Entitled, “What Interviews Are Good For: Strengths and Limitations of Interviews as a Methodological Technique,” the talk…

Special Q+A with Kristen Soltis Anderson on “The Selfie Vote”

Special Q+A with Kristen Soltis Anderson on “The Selfie Vote”

On Thursday, November 16, the UW’s Graduate School will be hosting a public talk by Kristen Soltis Anderson as part of a lecture series “Equity and Difference: Rights”. Her talk is titled “The Selfie Vote: Where Millennials Are Leading America…

CCDE Listening Party

CCDE Listening Party

One afternoon in the Odegaard Library, students and community members of the UW Center for Communication, Difference and Equity’s Interrupting Privilege class gathered to listen to recordings of discussions between individuals who had been asked: “When was the first time…

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