Christy C. Bulkeley

New Scholarship Honors Industry Pioneer and Former AWC President

Debuting this year, the Christy C. Bulkeley Endowed Memorial Scholarship for Communication undergraduates was established as a celebration of Christy C. Bulkeley, who was one of the few female newspaper publishers in the United States in the 1970s. The endowment…

Solutions Journalism: A Light in the Dark

Solutions Journalism: A Light in the Dark

Featuring Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and author, Tina Rosenberg Six years ago, few reporters and editors knew much about solutions journalism. Today, hundreds of newsrooms are regularly writing important stories about serious issues, which go beyond forecasting more doom and gloom. How…

Looking for a Mentor?

Looking for a Mentor?

Applications are now open for the 2018-2019 UW Department of Communication Mentoring Program The goal of the UW Department of Communication Undergraduate Mentoring Program is to enrich and support the professional, academic and personal experiences of students by intentionally pairing…

Writing, Listening, Connecting, Changing | Hall of Fame 2018 Inductee: Linda Breneman

Writing, Listening, Connecting, Changing | Hall of Fame 2018 Inductee: Linda Breneman

UW Department of Communication Hall of Fame 2018 Inductee: Linda Breneman (B.A. 1978)  A lifelong resident of Washington state, Linda Breneman grew up in Eastern Washington before moving to beautiful Seattle to study at the University of Washington. “I always…

2018 STICE Lecture: “How Fake News, Political Spin and Corporate PR Can Make Us Care about Climate Change”

2018 STICE Lecture: “How Fake News, Political Spin and Corporate PR Can Make Us Care about Climate Change”

Melissa Aronczyk, PhD || Rutgers University School of Communication and Information The scientific facts around climate change and widespread expert consensus about its causes are not reflected in political outcomes or public opinion in the United States. Media coverage appears…

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