April Showers Bring Faculty and Student Awards

This spring, the cherry blossoms are in full bloom, and academic honors have been raining down upon UW Communication students and faculty. Ph.C. student Samantha Shorey was recently selected for a 2019 Lemelson Fellowship at the Smithsonian Institution. The fellowship…

UW Department of Communication Graduation 2018

Welcome UW Department of Communication graduates, families, and friends!  Here you will find important information about the Department of Communication Graduation Celebration, including the event program, FAQs, ordering caps and gowns, and more. The UW Department of Communication Graduation Celebration…

Meshell Sturgis: Filling In the Gaps of Comix

by Alan Song || UW Department of Communication Intern “With great power, comes great responsibility.” – Uncle Ben For Communication Ph.D. student Meshell Sturgis, discovering an interest in comics allowed her to find her own research niche. Sturgis was first…

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:…

Communication Leadership Workshops: Intro to VR

Introduction to VR/AR spring Workshops are ONLY open to current UW Communication Leadership graduate students and UW Communication undergraduates. VR/AR Overview | March 10 | 10 am – 12 pm | CMU 126 Completely new to AR/VR? This session is…

Protect the Environment: VR Workshop

Create & Act in a Virtual Reality Story-Game about Pollution* *For current UW students only Saturday, March 3, 10 am-4:30 pm CoMotion Idea Lab, Fluke Hall, 3rd Floor Contact: Joel Magalnick – joel@realitynext.net Join the UW Virtual Reality Association, RealityNext,…

Spring Seminar: A House Divided

The United States is a nation divided along countless lines — political, economic, racial, technological, generational, and more. Among many people — but certainly not all — there is confusion, pain, anger, fear, and (all too commonly) despair. This lecture…

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