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Communication Days


Communication Days
Communication Days 2014

Network. Learn. Contribute. 

Schedule of Events​​

The Department of Communication, in partnership with the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences, is pleased to present this year’s Communication Days celebration. During the week of April 7-11, Denver’s leading communicators visit our classrooms, bringing a real-world dimension to every course. Students are encouraged to attend numerous presentations to network with potential employers, learn communication skills, and contribute to developing the Department’s community.    

2014 Keynote Presentation and Awards Ceremony

Dr. Charles E. Morris III
Professor, Department of Communication & Rhetorical Studies, Syracuse University
"Queering Communication: Harvey Milk's Worldmaking Memory and Social Justice Activism"
Tuesday, April 8th, 12:30 to 1:45PM
S
t. Cajetan’s Cathedral

2014 Award Winners 

Barbara J. Walkosz Alumni Award
Amy O'Connell

Sonja K. Foss Award for Academic Excellence
He Cheng - ICB, China
Laura Knaster - Denver

Lael Porter Award for Community Service
Tan Boer - ICB, China
Michelle McHenry-Edrington - Denver

Robley Rhine Student Leadership Award
Chen Angi - ICB, China
Kendal Eilo - Denver
Haiyue Liu - ICB, Denver

Past Communication Days keynote speakers include: 

  • 2013: Aimee Carrillo-Rowe, Associate Professor, Department of Communication Studies, California State University - Northridge
  • 2012: Kirt Wilson, Associate Professor of Rhetoric and Political Communication, Pennsylvania State University
  • 2011: Robbie Cox, three-time Sierra Club president, Professor Emeritus, University of North Carolina
  • 2010: Judith Tannenbaum, nationally recognized novelist and poet, community activist, and prison educator
  • 2009: Garrett Albert Duncan, Chair, Department of Education, Washington University
  • 2008: Tim Z. Hernandez, writer and performance artist
  • 2007: Bill Hanzlik, CEO, Gold Crown Foundation; former coach, Denver Nuggets; former NBA basketball player
  • 2006: Jeff Campbell, Executive Director, Colorado Hip-Hop Coalition
  • 2005: John Hickenlooper, Mayor, City of Denver
  • 2004: Patricia Calhoun, Editor, Westword
  • 2003: Denver Mayoral Forum (included all of the candidates running for mayor: Susan Casey, John Hickenlooper, Don Mares, Phil Perington, Elizabeth Schlosser, Jeremy Stefanek, Penfield Tate, and Ari Zavaras)
  • 2002: Guy Burgess, Director, The Conflict Research Consortium, University of Colorado at Boulder
  • 2001: Patricia Arneson, Professor, Communication Department, Duquesne University​