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School of Communication News


  • John Anderson

    Becoming Robert Frost

    Instead of lecturing about a historical figure, Communication Studies Associate Professor and Interim Chair John Anderson embodies the figure by reenacting pivotal moments in American history. 

  • Peter Rojas

    Gizmodo's Rojas discusses online marketing, journalism

    Co-creator of Gizmodo and Engadget Peter Rojas recently met with students to discuss the interaction of content, data, and ecommerce in online marketing and journalism

  • Public speaking is topic of Emersonian's new film

    Brian Weidling will come to campus Monday, October 22, to screen Speak at 7:00 pm in the Bright Family Screening Room.

  • Aaron Snipe

    Foreign Service official gives insight into career

    Aaron Snipe ’94 returned to his alma mater October 10 to speak with communication students. 

  • Kat Grosso

    How to get a job in politics

    About once a year, Kathryn Grosso ’05 comes back to campus for a whirlwind tour: she visits her former teacher, Associate Professor Gregory Payne, and then gives informal talks to aspiring, young politicos. 

  • AFLAC

    Creator of AFLAC Duck ads kicks off speakers series

    Creator of the famous jingle “I Don’t Wanna Grow Up; I’m a Toys ‘R’ Us Kid” Linda Kaplan Thaler will deliver a talk on Wednesday, October 17, at the Bill Bordy Auditorium and Theater from 6:00 to 7:30 pm.

  • Cathryn Cushner Edelstein

    Edelstein gives talk on teaching public speaking

    Communication Studies Scholar-in-Residence Cathryn Cushner Edelstein addressed an audience of linguists, researchers, and teachers who specialize in teaching and studying pronunciation at the PSLLT Conference.

  • Paul Mihailidis

    Mihailidis releases study on mobile phone habits

    A study that explored the information habits and dispositions of university students’ mobile phone use was released by Paul Mihailidis, assistant professor in the Marketing Communication Department. 

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