ICA Fellow award ceremony for Hak-Soo Kim at the 65th International Communication Association annual convention in San Juan, Puerto Rico (Caribe Hilton Hotel) on May 23, 2015: ICA President Peter Vorderer (left); Hak-Soo Kim (middle); ICA Fellows chair Dafna Lemish (right).

In addition to members of the UW Department of Communication faculty receiving the honor of becoming an ICA Fellow, 1982 Ph.D. graduate Hak-Soo Kim returned from the 65th Annual International Communication Association Conference in San Juan, Puerto Rico with the…

Remembering three alumni, pioneers of journalism

The journalism world has sadly lost three long-time pioneers in the first half of 2015, all alumni of the UW Department of Communication. One of them with strong ties to The Daily was known to never back down from expressing…

Second annual Leadership Luncheon will feature conversation with Eddie Pasatiempo (’77)

UPDATE: Watch Eddie Pasatiempo’s speech at the 2015 Leadership Luncheon >> On May 12, 2015, the Department of Communication will host the second annual Leadership Luncheon, showcasing our commitment to building great leaders for our community’s future. The University of…

Stacey Engle (’08) awarded 2015 UW Comm Alumni Mentor Award

Graduating from high school in Virginia, Stacey Engle’s (B.A., 2008) friends and family didn’t expect her to attend a West Coast college – but University of Washington was the school she was set on. She has gone full circle as…

Priya Frank (’04) receives 2015 Outstanding Early Career Award from UW Comm

Arts and equity are the two pillars that hold up Priya Frank’s (B.A., 2004) passions, whether it is related to work, volunteering, or community building. Committed to making a difference, every opportunity she has had is driven by experiencing what…

Alum Colleen Fukui-Sketchley earns 2015 Charles E. Odegaard Award

Colleen Fukui-Sketchley (B.A., 1994) was named the 2015 recipient of the UW Charles E. Odegaard Award, which was established in 1973 “to honor a member of our community whose leadership sustains the former University of Washington President’s distinguished work on…

More Articles
Menu