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Communication workshops and lectures

On March 6, Stephen J. Hartnett and Lisa B. Keranen, from the Department of Communication, co-led an all-day workshop for the Roaring Forks Leadership Program. Held in Snowmass, CO, and featuring fifty ... Read More »

Bean and collegues publish

Hamilton Bean, Associate Professor of Communication, and collegues published “The Study of Mobile Public ... Read More »

Communication faculty and students recognized at WSCA Meeting

Members of the Department of Communication were recognized in the annual meeting of the Western States Communication Association (WSCA) in Spokane, WA, from February 21-24, 2015. Lisa Keranen received WSCA’s 2015 ... Read More »

Hasinoff new book on sexting broadening discussion

In her forthcoming book Sexting Panic: Rethinking Criminalization, Privacy, and Consent, Amy Hasinoff, Assistant ... Read More »

Fields on changing landscape of youth athletics

“One thing we are seeing nationwide over the last few years is schools have been much more aware of, and reactive to, anything that falls under the broad category of bullying,” said Sarah K. Fields, Associate ... Read More »

Communication hosting three visiting scholars from China

The Department of Communication is pleased to be hosting three Visiting Scholars from China this year: Yufang “Sarah” Zhang from the University of Shanghai ... Read More »

Karudapuram to publish on Beijing youth

Supriya Karudapuram, Instructor in Communication, has been awarded a book contact for Compelling Forces/Forces of Compulsion: A Critical Exploration of Globalization and the National and Gender Identities of Post-90s ... Read More »

Erbert publishes on dialectical contradictions

Larry Erbert, Associate Professor Communication and Director of Sustainability Minor,published “Antagonistic and Nonantagonistic Dialectical Contradictions in Organizational Conflict” in the Read More »