Bennett Speaks On Societal Change via New Media

On December 15, Professor Lance Bennett delivered a keynote address at Tsinghua University, Beijing, at an International Symposium on the Future of Global Communication and Journalism Education: “Changing Media, Changing Societies: New Challenges for Journalism Education.” He also delivered a…

Domke begins SAL series on 2016 election

Thursday, January 10, Professor and Chair David Domke begins his five-part Seattle Arts and Lectures series, “Winning the White House in 2016: Five Rules for the Road.” Barack Obama is the third consecutive U.S. president to win a second term,…

January 17 Event -What I Wish I Knew Before Graduating

  Thursday, January 17, 2013: What I Wish I Knew Before Graduating 5-6:30 p.m. CMU 126 RSVP: vsprang@uw.edu Hindsight is always 20/20. The closer you get to graduating and taking those first steps into the real world, the more important…

Taught by Professor Gerald Baldasty, COM 494 – Careers in Communication helps students prepare for a communication career. Focuses on identification of key skills, creating an effective resume, articulating interests and experience, doing informational interviews, and creating a professional-style web…

Hall of Fame members talk about books on ‘Well Read’

Communication Alumni Hall of Fame member Terry Tazioli talks with fellow Hall of Fame members Tony Angell and Timothy Egan along with other authors on TVW’s “Well Read.” “Well Read” is a popular weekly television program for those who love…

Mimi Pierce with her dog, Sophie.

This past fall, the Department had the pleasure of visiting with alumna Mimi Pierce, and hearing about her recent venture into the world of nonprofits. A longtime advocate for the arts and education, Pierce is spearheading the development of the…

After 25 years in business, alumna still helping companies communicate

By Erica Thompson – “Helping project teams communicate.” That’s the slogan for Communication Resources Northwest, an organization started by alumna Meg Winch (B.A., 1984). In many industries, it’s standard practice for companies to compete with each other to “win” projects…

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