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This Friday, 20 students will take part in a “If Tragedy Strikes” workshop where they will grapple with how they’d cover a shooting on campus. Fifteen students from The Daily and/or the journalism program and five students interested in public…

Michael X. Delli Carpini chosen as 2013 Thomas Scheidel Lecturer

The Department of Communication welcomes Michael Delli Carpini, Dean of the University of Pennsylvania’s Annenberg School for Communication, as the 2013 Thomas Scheidel Lecturer. His talk, titled “After Broadcast News: Media Regimes, Democracy, and the New Information Environment” will be…

Professor Pearce to deliver talk on Azerbaijani Internet usage

Assistant Professor Katy Pearce is giving a talk titled “Networked Authoritarianism in Azerbaijan: How the Azerbaijani government uses the Internet to deter dissent” on May 2 at 7 p.m. in HUB 214. Pearce holds affiliation with the Ellison Center for…

Almeera Anwar (L) and KC Cowen (R) with Department Chair David Domke. Photo by Victoria Sprang.

Over a dozen Communication students joined recent grads KC Cowen (B.A., 2008) and Almeera Anwar (B.A., 2012) for a career chat over lunch. Cowen and Anwar met through the Association for Women in Communications (AWC) during their days as students…

Career Kickstart: Resume and Networking Bootcamp

Last Thursday was the Career Kickstart event for resume building, networking, and interviewing skills. Twenty-two graduating seniors of the Communication Department came dressed to impress with resumes in hand and their two minute elevator speech prepared. With the students’ dream…

The public relations module at the end-of-the-quarter showcase. Photo by Leilani Lehman from the "Perspectives" newsletter.

The College of Arts and Sciences April 2013 “Perspectives” newsletter featured Professor Ralina Joseph’s Black Cultural Studies course and its partnership with the Northwest African American Museum (NAAM). This unique collaboration has caught the eye of many scholars around the…

Professor Joseph talks race on KOUW

On Monday, Professor Ralina Joseph spoke about her new book “Transcending Blackness” and mixed-race African American representations on KOUW. When asked about what transcending blackness means, she replied, “I chose this phrase because I think it’s a really disturbing one;…

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