Ph.D. student Kiana Scott selected as UW’s Student Regent

After many discussions with student regents in the Seattle area, administrators, her advisor David Domke, and legislators around the state, Department of Communication Ph.D. student Kiana Scott decided to apply to become a student regent. Ten months and an intense…

UW offers free public speaking class through Coursera

Professor Matt McGarrity is teaching a free online public speaking course for the online education company Coursera. Dr. McGarrity has taught the popular introduction to public speaking class at UW every quarter for years. The online class, while similar to…

UW Debate Union hosts roundtable redefining cybercrime

More than 120 people attended a roundtable discussion on the legal implications of cybercrime on Monday, March 4, in Kane Hall. The event was put on by the Department of Communication’s new debate program, whose goal is to build and…

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…

Vats, Knobloch win Mortar Board scholarships

The Mortar Board Alumni/Tolo Foundation has selected two Communication graduate students to receive scholarships in the 2011/2012 academic year. The Mortar Board Madeline Jones Campbell Scholar is Anjali Vats. She will receive a scholarship of $1,500. Katie Knobloch has also…

End of the year public speaking contest 2011

At the 2011 Excellence Awards, six undergraduate students competed in a public speaking competition. The students attended Professor Matt McGarrity’s Intro to Public Speaking course during the year and were selected from 60 eligible contestants, going through multiple rounds of judging…

Public Speaking Center fosters student success

Coming into COM 220, a course on public speaking offered by the Department of Communication, William Ray was confident, having had four years of experience of debate in high school. However, he found that public speaking was different from debate….

Interactivity as a Rhetorical Dimension of Web-Based Political Campaigning

Barbara Warnick, PhD Professor, Department of Communication University of Washington Wednesday, 29 March 2006 Lecture: 3:30 p.m. Reception: 5:00 – 6:00 p.m. Communications 126 RSVP to vsprang@u.washington.edu “Interactivity as a Rhetorical Dimension of Web-Based Political Campaigning” This paper analyzes ways in…

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