Screen Summit winners Scott Wilson, Molly O’Donnell and Aparna Das pose together after their presentations.

Last month, the Communication Leadership graduate program crowned another year of growth, new partnerships and innovation with a revamped Screen Summit celebration. The annual event showcases student work and invites the community at large to engage with Comm Lead students,…

Philip Garland (’01, ’03) awarded 2014 Outstanding Early Career Award

At this year’s Inaugural Leadership Luncheon, Philip Garland (B.A., 2001; M.A., 2003) received the 2014 Outstanding Early Career Award from the Department of Communication for his impressive career accomplishments and a commitment to the public good. Originally from Los Angeles,…

UW Comm graduates #takeoff to next chapter

Congratulations to all of the students that graduated last Thursday with a degree in Communication!  You may be done with your degree, but you’re not out of the family. Take your official UW Comm luggage tag and tweet about your…

Seeking Senior Lecturer for Comm Lead program

The Department of Communication at the University of Washington seeks to hire a Senior Lecturer on a three-year contract, beginning autumn 2015.  The new faculty member will contribute primarily to the Department’s professional master’s program in Communication Leadership, a program…

Lori Matsukawa posts a photo on Facebook of her and Ed White sharing a toast in the KING 5 newsroom.

On June 7, the Northwest Chapter of The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) held its 51st Annual Northwest Regional Emmy Awards. UW Department of Communication alumni were among the award recipients, honoring their commitment to the field and…

Alum Jack Hart to sign copies of debut novel at U Bookstore

Former managing editor and writing coach at the Oregonian, Jack Hart (B.A., 1968) will participate in a reading and book signing of his debut novel “Skookum Summer: A Novel of the Pacific Northwest” (UW Press) on Tuesday, June 10 at…

Comm Department awards $118,000 to exceptional students

In two end-of-the-academic-year award ceremonies, the UW Department of Communication presented students with certificates worth more than $118,000 in total. These students have proven to be exceptional in the areas of journalism, research, communication, public speaking, and ethics. “This is…

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