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Kaskavitch talks Broncos videos

Immersive videos are the trend for sports this year, said Matthew Kaskavitch, a Lecturer in the Department of Communication. "A lot of professional sports associations are doing it, not just the NFL," Kaskavitch said, pointing to ... Read More »

Fields on concussions in youth soccer

"If we can enforce the rules and minimize player-to-player contact, that could get rid of 60% of concussions, plus that would reduce other injuries," is a quote from Sarah K. Fields, Associate Professor of Communication, speaking ... Read More »

Dodge presents on ICB in China

Patrick Shaou-Whea Dodge, Assistant Professor C/T & Associate Program Chair, was invited to represent the CU Denver ICB program (International College Beijing) at the 16th China Annual Conference ... Read More »

Hasinoff consulted as new sexting controversies arise

Amy Hasinoff, Communication Assistant Professor, continues as a go-to expert as media outlets cover arising instances of sexting among teens and current “abstinence only” attitudes.

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Bean collaboration finding longer emergency alerts more effective

Hamilton Bean, Associate Professor of Communication, is part of a multi-institutional research collaboration with recent research showing that longer emergency text alerts improve safety. Emergency text alerts with 280 ... Read More »

Fields study on youth soccer receives press

Sarah K. Fields, Associate professor in Communication, was a co-author of "An Evidence-Based Discussion of Heading and Concussions in High School Soccer" published in Read More »

Dodge disseminating in China

Patrick Shaou-Whea Dodge, Assistant Professor (C/T) & Associate Program Chair, Department of Communication, International College Beijing, continues the presentation of his research in China. Patrick attended the annual IAICS ... Read More »

Bean applies CCO theory to terrorist organizations

Hamilton Bean, Associate Professor of Communication and Director, International Studies Program, had his article (co-authored with Read More »