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.
Prof. Paul Christiansen publishes book that details effect of music on viewers in presidential campaign ads since 1952.
Communication and the Arts opens sports media series with animated dialogue among leading baseball media professionals.
The Mock Trial team has won again, solidifying its place as a Top 100 team and qualifying for the Open Round Championship.
“Ethically Speaking: Is There Hope for Civil Discourse in America?” will be held on Thursday, February 15.
WSOU's "Thank God for Monday" presents a 3-part series on sexual harassment prevention with host Brother Greg Cellini.
Exclusive speaker series blends journalist advice with panel discussions lead by sports industry professionals.
The College of Communication and the Arts welcomed Spring 2018 incoming students at Graduate Student Orientation on January 13.
The Communication and Arts Graduate Student Association welcomed Spring 2018 incoming students at a luncheon following their orientation.
James J. Kimble's research on the subject of the "We Can Do It!" poster was featured by the NY Times, WaPo, Time, CNN, NPR.
On Friday night, Machine Head's frontman Robb Flynn will introduce new album, Catharsis, track-by-track live on WSOU.
The Institute for Communication and Religion invites University faculty to attend curriculum development workshops in early February.
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.
Greg Snedeker '14: PirateTV and Internships took him to the MLB Network, where he's already earned one Emmy nomination.
Continuing their annual participation in "Students Change Hunger," WSOU-FM collects 350 pounds of food for a local food bank.
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.
Student selects M.A. in Museum Professions program to capitalize on appreciation of history and launch career.