Stewart (’54) says “Northwest is home” after living overseas for 25 years

Covering a lecture about foreign affairs while working as a reporter for The Daily in 1953 led to a 25 year career in the Foreign Services for alumnus Jon Stewart (B.A., 1954). Stewart was born in Oregon and lived in…

Redefining “Cybercrime” After Aaron Swartz. A Roundtable Discussion

Monday, March 4, 2013 Kane Hall 220 University of Washington 6:30pm – 8:00pm (Doors open at 6:15pm) Aaron Swartz, brilliant hacker and political activist, committed suicide in January 2013 in the midst of an aggressive criminal investigation into his downloading…

Communication students learn invaluable lessons from alumni in L.A.

The Communication weekend trip to L.A. with Department Chair David Domke proved to be a huge success, as students with career goals in public relations, journalism, and video editing all found hope in the advice given by UW alumni. In…

Lecturer Position: Speech Communication and Debate

The Department of Communication at the University of Washington seeks to hire a full-time Lecturer on a three-year contract, beginning autumn 2013. The new faculty will contribute primarily to undergraduate education. The Department of Communication is an intellectually robust environment…

Wear Purple Give Gold: Registration open for UWComm Spring Auction

***EARLY REGISTRATION IS CLOSED, BUT ON-SITE REGISTRATION TONIGHT IS OPEN*** Mark your calendars!  On Thursday, April 4, the Department of Communication is holding our 4th annual Spring Fundraiser, this time at the brand new Husky Union Building. Register online to attend an…

UWComm alumna LeeMaster (BA, ’57) featured by Forest Ridge School of the Sacred Heart

“The key to becoming successful in the nonprofit world is to become interested in everything around you; ask questions, but LISTEN, take notes, network like crazy and volunteer,” says Sharon Carey LeeMaster, class of 1953. With almost 40 years of…

We are excited to announce the Common Language Project is now The Seattle Globalist!

Why the change? After six great years of journalism under the CLP banner we launched The Seattle Globalist early last year to produce daily content focused on international connections in the Pacific Northwest. Since the launch party last April we’ve…

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