Say “Yes” to Grad School

By Lauren Fattlar Edited by Katy Randolph When I was completing my undergraduate degree at small liberal arts college, I always planned that after I graduated I would find a job.  It wasn’t until my senior year of college that my professors started encouraging me to apply for graduate school.  For the first part of the year, I was indecisive […]

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Next Steps for Recent Comm Grads

By Taylor Walker Edited by Katy Randolph Just graduated with your degree in Communication but aren’t sure what to do with it? Communication and media have emerged as up-and-coming fields of study tailoring the way we communicate in: Journalism and TV & radio broadcasting; Intercultural communication; Politics and public administration; Speech and rhetoric; Business administration industrial relations and corporate communication; […]

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Communication Faculty Spotlight

By Taylor Walker Edited by Katy Randolph Department of Communication Associate Professor, John Lynch, wins Distinguished Book Award What are Stem Cells? Definition at the Intersection of Science and Politics wins the NCA Health Communication Division’s Distinguished Book Award. National Communication Association’s Health Communication Division has selected What are Stem Cells? for this year’s distinguished book award.   About the […]

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