Consensus or controversy: Ceccarelli is awarded for tackling this heated debate

Is the question of global warming really a controversial issue or is it just framed as such by politicians, and the like, even though the majority of scientists agree on the facts? UW Communication Associate Professor and Associate Chair Leah…

Comm students begin reporting for 2013 Olympia Legislative session

by Christopher Duclos The Olympia Legislative Reporting Internship is a fantastic training opportunity for students who hope to become political reporters, or want to find out what a career in political journalism might entail. For the past 40 years, Communication…

Ciao Huskies! UWComm students invade Rome

Rome is considered by many as a European epicenter of art, history food and culture. This quarter, 21 Communication students decided to take their learning abroad to Rome and its surrounding areas to learn about the city’s local, national and…

Foreign Intrigue interns reflect on their experiences

Last summer, a handful of Communication undergrads left the comforts of their homes here in the United States to experience living and reporting for a news organization in another country for the Foreign Intrigue reporting internship. For three months they…

SAAFF returns after 5-year hiatus

The UW Department of Communication is a sponsor of the Seattle Asian American Film Festival, taking place at the Wing Luke Museum from January 25–27. A total of 25 films will be screened throughout the festival, among a variety of…

Colloquia: Dr. Fenwick McKelvey

Reverse Engineering Algorithmic Media: Reflections on the Politics and Policy Implications of Software Embedded in Communication Networks. Wednesday, January 16 CMU 126, 3:30-5pm Although network management is often framed as a debate over Network Neutrality, Dr. Fenwick McKelvey, SSHRC Postdoctoral…

Introducing our 2013 Olympia Legislative Reporting interns

Front from left: Zoey Palmer, Washington Newspaper Publishers Association (WNPA); Kylee Zabel, WNPA; Jillian Stampher, UW Daily; Devon Geary, TVW (public television); rear from left: Alexandra Kocik, Northwest Public Radio; Jimmy Lovaas, McClatchy Newspapers (Tacoma and Olympia); Amelia Dickson, Seattle…

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