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Hasinoff takes on Sexting Solutions

Amy Hasinoff, Communication Assistant Professor, takes issue with the Sexting Solutions curriculum: it teaches kids not to sext. Instead, she says we should teach consent.

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Fields publishing new book on sports celebrity

Acting Associate Dean for Student Success and Associate Professor in Communication, Sarah K. Fields has published Game Faces: Sport Celebrity and the Laws of Reputation (University of Illinois Press, 2016). ... Read More »

Keranen speaks at American Democracy Project series

Lisa Keränen, Associate Professor of Communication, gave an invited talk “Reconsidering ‘Resilience Thinking’: Critiquing and Engaging an Evolving Paradigm,” on March 28, at SUNY Brockport, as part of ... Read More »

Kaskavitch on Trump Tweets

CU Denver Social Media Manager and Communication Instructor Matthew Kaskavitch examined the Trump Twitter phenomenon and how it’s playing into his campaign.

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Hasinoff in New York Times

Assistant Professor of Communication Amy Adele Hasinoff argues in this New York Times op-ed that teen sexting should not be criminalized and instead efforts should be focused on teaching sexual consent and preventing ... Read More »

Medal wins Jefferson award

Michelle Médal has won the Staff Thomas Jefferson Award. Médal has been the Program Assistant in the Communication department for 5 years and, in the words of her Chair “is a master organizer, an enthusiastic ... Read More »

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 »