Interrupting Voices

Event Registration Now Closed The Center for Communication, Difference and Equity is deeply interested in recording oral histories that address race. To that end, and in partnership with numerous communities across the University of Washington and beyond, we organized a…

2018 Scheidel Lecture: “The Importance of Being Prosocial”

May 16, 2018 Presentation – 3:30 p.m. (CMU 120) || Reception – 4:30 p.m. (CMU 126) Dr. Kory Floyd of the University of Arizona has spent nearly two decades exploring how prosocial communication, such as the expression of love and affection,…

February Guest Lecture/Colloquium: G. Thomas Goodnight

“Alt-Rhetorics, Networks, and Criticism” Thomas Goodnight, Ph.D. | Professor of Communication, USC Annenberg February 13, 2018 | 11:30 AM – 1:20 PM | CMU 126 Abstract:   The rhetorical tradition is an enduring discussion generated from the problems encountered in satisfying…

A New Pack of UW Reporters in Olympia

The Olympia Legislative Reporting Program is designed to immerse students in paid, full-time reporting jobs each Winter Quarter with news outlets covering the Washington State Legislature. Each year, participants travel to Olympia to report on the people and issues that…

Black History Mobile Museum to Feature New MLK Exhibit

Next week on January 16, students are encouraged to visit the new Black History 101 Mobile Museum Exhibit: ’68. The exhibit will include more than 150 original artifacts focusing on the major events and players surrounding the assassination of Martin…

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…

Alumna Rachel Lynn Solomon Publishes Debut Novel

In addition to an array of accomplishments, which include singing in a riot girrrl band and being a part of setting a Guinness World Record, Rachel Lynn Solomon (B.A., 2011) is now a published novelist. She is also the first…

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