Chanel Merritt With a Ph.D. in speech communication and two master’s degrees, one in speech communication from the University of Washington and one in theology from Fuller Theological Seminary, Ron Pyle now teaches at Whitworth College in the departments of…

Tim Pilgrim: MA, PhD; 1987, 1989

Tim Pilgrim is an associate professor of journalism at Western Washington University. He calls on much of his UW learning from professors such as Bill Ames, Don Pember, Roger Simpson, Gerald Baldasty, Tony Giffard, Richard Carter, and Richard Kielbowicz to…

By Meghan Peters Since graduating from the UW in 1979, Scott MacFarlane has transformed from a long-haired and free-spirited traveler to a slightly balding and successful writer and scholar. But if you’re talking about spreading the ethos of peace and…

Awarded the “Top 3 Paper” in the Spirituality Division for “The spirit that strengthens me: Teaching with a religious foundation,” a paper she presented at the National Communication Association conference held in San Antonio, TX in 2006. Awarded the Outstanding…

By Will Mari – On his way to work a few years ago, Jack Hart saw a man lying on the sidewalk, not an uncommon sight in Portland, with its large population of homeless people. But the managing editor of…

Interactivity as a Rhetorical Dimension of Web-Based Political Campaigning

Barbara Warnick, PhD Professor, Department of Communication University of Washington Wednesday, 29 March 2006 Lecture: 3:30 p.m. Reception: 5:00 – 6:00 p.m. Communications 126 RSVP to vsprang@u.washington.edu “Interactivity as a Rhetorical Dimension of Web-Based Political Campaigning” This paper analyzes ways in…

Chris Nishiwaki graduated from the University of Washington with degrees in Journalism and Sociology. Born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina. He is a Mercer Island-based freelance writer with over 13 years of experience in journalism. He started his journalism…

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