By Amanda Weber – Libby Catalinich (BA, ’82) sat down with a group of undergrads on May 16 to speak with them on what she’s learned about creating a successful career in communications over the past 30 years. Currently the…

By Collin Denton – Seattle-based broadcast journalist Michael Harris (Political Science, BA, ‘87) is a highly accredited producer and filmmaker most widely recognized for his work with wildlife. During his career he has made 30 full-length films, been nominated for…

Department celebrates award-winning students in ceremony

Last week students, parents, faculty, alumni and staff gathered to celebrate dozens of students who have earned scholarships and awards. The event included awards for the Foreign Intrigue and Olympia reporting programs, recognition of undergraduate research, a public speaking contest,…

Diana Smith

Many people have worked for the Department of Communication throughout the years. Seasons change, people leave, and new hires come in. But Diana Smith, our program coordinator, has been a constant presence in our halls for the past 16 years….

Photographer Steve Shelton revisits Sudan

The Department of Communication caught up with multimedia journalist Steve Shelton (BA, 1984) as he was preparing for his second trip to the village and refugee camp of Doro, Sudan. Once more partnering with Dr. Allan Kelly of the international…

By Collin Denton – Cheryl Ross (BA, ‘02) was born and raised in Seattle and attended Nathan Hill High School. She fell in love with communication as she began working as an announcer on the student-run station, KNHC 89.5.  After…

By Collin Denton – The Department of Communication caught up with multimedia journalist Steve Shelton (BA, 1984) as he was preparing for his second trip to the village and refugee camp of Doro, Sudan. Once more partnering with Dr. Allan…

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