Department seeks professor for communication ethics

The Department of Communication is seeking a full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor to focus on journalism and communication ethics. Journalism and Communication Ethics Journalism and other communication professions are undergoing rapid transformation in response to technological innovation, economic disruption and social…

50 years of Ethnography in Communication

By Amanda Ma – June was an exciting time for some faculty members and PhD graduates of the Department. For three days, Lisa Coutu, Gerry Philipsen, and 14 UW Communication doctorates joined 24 other scholars of Ethnography of Communication (EoC)…

Underwood talks with Crosscut about latest book

Professor Doug Underwood’s latest book, Chronicling Trauma: Journalists and Writers on Violence and Loss (University of Illinois Press), was the topic of a Crosscut article on Aug. 28. Underwood spoke with Robin Lindley about his research on how trauma affected…

The new scoop on political journalism

Excerpted from Columns Magazine. By Derek Belt (BA, ’04; MCDM ’11). The UW Election Eye team had a hunch Colorado could be big for Rick Santorum. The former Pennsylvania senator was gaining momentum in his quest to become the Republican…

Communication and culture collide at conference

June was an exciting time for some faculty members and PhD graduates of the Department. For three days, Lisa Coutu, Gerry Philipsen, and 14 UW Communication doctorates joined 24 other scholars of Ethnography of Communication (EoC) at “The Ethnography of…

The new scoop on political journalism

Excerpted from Columns Magazine. By Derek Belt (BA, ’04; MCDM ’11). The UW Election Eye team had a hunch Colorado could be big for Rick Santorum. The former Pennsylvania senator was gaining momentum in his quest to become the Republican…

Merry to give Town Hall talk on presidential politics

In a Seattle Town Hall presentation, Robert Merry (BA, ’68), UW Communication Hall of Fame member, career journalist and author, will provide clarifying context through a provocative analysis of how presidential politics works and how the country sets its course….

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