New graduate students are introduced to the College of Communication and the Arts.
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Thank God For Monday to Observe 20th Anniversary of 9/11 with Guest Expert on Terrorism and Leadership
Brother Greg Cellini, host of Thank God For Monday, will have Lieutenant Colonel (Ret.) Bryan C. Price, Ph.D. join the show on Saturday, September 11, 2021.
The National Association of Broadcasters chose WSOU as one of only five college radio stations out of more than 600 in the country as a finalist for one of radio's most prestigious awards.
Thank God for Monday, hosted by Brother Greg Cellini, features five guests from the Aspiring Kindness Foundation on the Saturday, July 24th, 2021 episode to talk about the organization.
Drs. Robinson and Tsuria were interviewed about the College of Communication and the Arts' innovative portfolio course, in which students determine their own project to showcase what they learned.
Four College of Communication and the Arts students were awarded the inaugural Viviani Endowed Scholarship, a gift from the Estate of Joseph Viviani, a 1951 alumnus of the University.
Jason Tramm, D.M.A., assistant professor and director of choral activities, will have his YouTube podcast "Music Matters with Jason Tramm" join the WMCA roster of programs.
The College of Communication and the Arts announced the recipient of the PR Impact Award and honored graduates of its public relations program at the annual Points of PRide.
During this virtual panel discussion, alumni from the performing arts and production industries discussed how the pandemic affected their careers and how their CommArts education prepared them.
Brownson Forensics Speech and Debate Team, based in College of Communication and the Arts, placed in the top 10 at each of the four national competitions that wrapping up the competition season.
The College of Communication and the Arts' Sports Media Speaker Series concludes with tips and best practices to navigate the sports industry.
Museum professionals virtually visited graduate students to provide insight and practical knowledge of the field.
During the virtual panel "Spiritual Dimensions of Music: Meaning, Interpretation, and Culture" panelists had an open, insightful conversation about secular music and its spiritual aspects.
Made possible through a generous partnership with the Rockley Family Foundation.
Three alumni — Dave Packer '88, Cristina Del Giorno '88 and Victoria Haffner '13 — were honored with WSOU's distinguished awards for their professional contributions.
One Story editor Patrick Ryan will speak on Tuesday, April 13th at 7 p.m. ET online.
James J. Kimble, a communication professor within the College of Communication and the Arts, was featured in the New York Times in an article entitled “The Pandemic Needs Its Smokey Bear.”
The radio station's March offerings include honoring impactful women metal artists and diverse on-air giveaways.
Kathryn Lancioni, instructor of Public Relations, brings her 25 years of experience in the industry to her newest book, Public Relations: The Changing Global Landscape, published by Kendall Hunt.
Acclaimed poet Jennifer Grotz will speak on Tuesday, March 23rd at 7:00 p.m. ET online.
Faculty Associate William Pace is awarded 2021 Teacher of the Year for the College of Communication and the Arts.
Associate Professor Jon Radwan, Ph.D. is awarded 2021 Researcher of the Year for the College of Communication and the Arts.
Continuing to perform well in asynchronous and virtual tournaments, Seton Hall's Forensics Brownson Speech and Debate Team earned over 70 awards in its last three competitions.
Former ESPN Broadcaster Bob Ley '76 and Professional-In-Residence B.J. Schecter host discussions focusing on diversity, inclusion, and representation in sports.