Call for Research Participants: Help UWComm Study Microaggressions

Call for Research Participants: Help UWComm Study Microaggressions

Who: Adults (18 or older) who: (1) Identify as Black, Latino(a), or mixed-race Latino(a) and Black (2) Have experienced one or more microaggressions (behaviors/verbal remarks that convey discrimination or demean a person’s racial identity) in the last 6 months What:…

Journalists Won’t Get the ‘Fake News’ Story Right: They Need Help

Journalists Won’t Get the ‘Fake News’ Story Right: They Need Help

What follows is the beginning of a jointly-authored post by Adrienne Russell, Mary Laird Wood Professor in the Department of Communication at the University of Washington, and Lynn Schofield Clark, Professor and Chair of the Department of Media, Film and Journalism…

UW Students, Faculty, and Alumni Honored at 2017 NCA Reception

UW Students, Faculty, and Alumni Honored at 2017 NCA Reception

Department colleagues, friends and supporters gathered last month in Dallas for the UW Communication Annual NCA Reception. NCA’s 103rd Annual Convention celebrated “Our Legacy, Our Relevance.” According to Ronald L. Jackson II, NCA First Vice President, the convention presented “compelling…

CCCE Programs Going Strong in September

CCCE Programs Going Strong in September

The Center for Communication and Civic Engagement (CCCE) is dedicated to understanding communication processes and media technologies that facilitate positive citizen involvement in politics and social life. Recently, CCCE Director Lance Bennett announced several updates to the center’s programming, including…

Benjamin Mako Hill Wins Third NSF Grant

Benjamin Mako Hill Wins Third NSF Grant

UW Communication Assistant Professor Benjamin Mako Hill recently announced that the National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded him a third research grant. Dr. Hill said the funds will support his research on anonymity in peer production systems and online public…

COM Faculty and Alumna Published at CHI 2017

COM Faculty and Alumna Published at CHI 2017

Communication Leadership alumna Samantha Hautea and Department assistant professor Benjamin Mako Hill recently had their research published at CHI2017 – the premier international conference on Human-Computer Interaction. Their paper tackled the complex intersection of privacy, data collection, and the youth who find themselves at the…

The Mind, Body, Communication Connection

The Mind, Body, Communication Connection

It is a common chant heard throughout childhood: “stick and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.” As they mature, many an adult learns that this playground adage is anything but true. Words have a unique…

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