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Stones comments on political advertising

Communication Lecturer Emily Stones discussed political ad strategy recently with Gary Shapiro.

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Hasinoff on teen sexting

Amy Hasinoff, the author of the forthcoming book Sexting Panic: Rethinking Criminalization, Privacy, and Consent, discusses how sexting is a form of sexual activity, not a gateway to it.

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Bean addresses conference in Turkey

On September 26, Hamilton Bean, Associate Professor of Communication, delivered invited remarks at the “Dialogue on International Educational Exchange and the Promotion of Peace, Development, and Intercultural ... Read More »

Communication and Geography at ICB getting out to study and help the environment

Tan Boer, Communication senior at the International College Beijing (ICB), and Patrick Dodge, Assistant Professor & Associate Program Chair of Communication at ICB, co-led a team of CU Denver study abroad ... Read More »

Dodge publishes on Chinese classrooms and crossing the line

Patrick Shaou-Whea Dodge recently published, "Finding the Line in Beijing: Classrooms as Liminal Space," Chapter 4 in Local Contextual Influences on Teaching (Patrick Ng & Esther Boucher ... Read More »

Fields editorial on concussion risks in soccer

Sarah K. Fields, Associate Professor of Communication, had an editorial published on youth soccer, citing a Read More »

Bean earns APR accreditation

Hamilton Bean, Assistant Professor in Communication, has earned Accreditation in Public Relations (APR) by the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA). According to PRSA, "The APR is considered the mark of distinction for ... Read More »

Communication ICB launches CommUnity Week

The Department of Communication held its first annual “CommUnity Week” at the International College in Beijing. The one week event takes inspiration from the spirit and tradition of COMM Days in Denver, with the purposes of unity ... Read More »