Matt McGarrity gives insight into language of Donald Trump on Q13

Following two Donald Trump events in Washington state last weekend, Q13 News invited Principal Lecturer and rhetoric expert Matt McGarrity to the set to give insight into the language practices of Trump. McGarrity, who calls Trump “a blessing for rhetorical…

Eight students represent Communication in inaugural Husky 100

The Husky 100 recognizes 100 UW undergraduate and graduate students from Bothell, Seattle and Tacoma in all areas of study who are making the most of their time at the UW. From a pool of more than 50,000 students from…

Visiting scholar to give presentation of research on activist translators

Visiting scholar Buket Dabancalı will present her research on the role of activist translators in shaping information. Join us; all are welcome. When: Monday, May 23 at 3:30 p.m. Where: CMU 126 Synopsis: Activist Translators and Dominant Public Narratives While…

Alum Floyd McKay’s (’95) new book tells the ‘Oregon Story’

A look into Pacific Northwest politics and media, alumnus Floyd McKay (Ph.D., 1995) wrote a book titled “Reporting the Oregon Story: How Activists and Visionaries Transformed a State,” which is a media and political memoir of the period between 1964…

Gina Neff to give last QUAL lecture of year on new tech for health

Associate Professor Gina Neff will give the last lecture of the year in a series by the Qualitative Multi-Method Research Initiative (QUAL). Hosted by the Jackson School Ph.D. Program’s Bridge Lab, the talk is open to all UW students, faculty,…

Visiting Scholar Jonathan Rey Lee to give talk about what we can learn from playing with LEGOs

Visiting Scholar Jonathan Rey Lee will be presenting his ideas about a simple plastic brick – a LEGO – and how those bricks challenge us to rethink the binary distinction between digital and analog. Join us; all are welcome. WHEN:…

This Year’s Model: Elizabeth Wissinger to discuss life of a modern model, ‘glamour labor’

The modeling industry is in a constant state of scrutiny when it comes to sexual objectification of women, beauty ideals, etc. – but why do models continue to intrigue us? Elizabeth Wissinger, of City University of New York, will give…

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