The College of Communication and the Arts will hold an interactive discussion during the University’s Graduate Open House on February 24.
News and Events
Folk art exhibition and event series celebrates the late Professor Emerita Barbara Cate.
The Communication and Arts Graduate Student Association welcomed Spring 2018 incoming students at a luncheon following their orientation.
The College of Communication and the Arts welcomed Spring 2018 incoming students at Graduate Student Orientation on January 13.
Joe Martinelli ’16 uses his public relations skillset to teach and advise University freshmen.
Dr. Ruth Tsuria presented at the National Communication Association Convention and the American Academy of Religion/Society of Biblical Literature Annual Meeting.
Erin Benz catalogs Native American artifacts and more at her internship with the Montclair History Center.
Kelsey Foy ’16 found the M.A. Strategic Communication program helped her develop critical research skills that she applies in and outside of the classroom.
The Communication and Arts Graduate Student Association invites current students to a welcome luncheon for Spring 2018 incoming students on January 13.
Student selects M.A. in Museum Professions program to capitalize on appreciation of history and launch career.
Jacquelyn Coletta recently completed a prestigious internship with the External Affairs Department at The Franklin Institute.
Eileen Kiza selected the M.A. in Strategic Communication program to advance her career.
Olivia Lason ’17 interned at Pfizer, one of the largest pharmaceutical companies in the world.
Sean Quinn ’14 continues his education in the M.A. in Public Relations program.
Saralinda Lichtblau recently accepted the 2017 Award for Excellence in Public Programming.
Father Boniface Anusiem, a M.A. in Strategic Communication student, recently presented at the Research Association for Interdisciplinary Studies international conference.
Three students in the M.A. in Museum Professions program discuss their plans as Stewards for the new Communication and Arts Graduate Student Association.
Olivia Lason ’17 and Kelsey Foy ’16 attended the PRSA Tri-State Conference in NYC.
Steven Miller recently published a textbook based on his 15 years of experience teaching the course, Anatomy of a Museum.
Communication and Arts Graduate Student Association welcomes nine inaugural stewards for the 2017-18 academic year.