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REMINDER: CLAS Media Learning Lab available to all CLAS Students, Staff and Faculty

The Communication Department is proud to announce that the Media Learning Lab in the Student Commons Building is open and available to CLAS students, faculty and staff, Monday to Thursday from 9am to 5pm. The Lab provides a 21st Century workspace ... Read More »

Miller Named Millennial Spokesperson

Communication MA Student and Graduate Teaching Assistant Kiki Miller was recently selected to serve as a member of the CU Denver team of the National Millennial ... Read More »

Laundau Subject of Emmy Winning Film

StoryCorps short film Traffic Stop featuring  2014 Puksta Fellow and Communication student Alex Landau received a 2016 Read More »

Hasinoff Book Wins NCA Award

Communication Assistant Professor Amy Hasinoff’s book, Sexting Panic, won the National Communication Association's 2016 Diamond Anniversary Book Award.

Wilkin receives Community Health Education and Retention Scholarship

The Department of Communication is pleased to announce the inaugural recipient of the Community Health Education and Retention Scholarship (CHEARS). This year’s scholarship was awarded to Matthew Wilkin, a COMM major ... Read More »

Fields on the radio

Sarah K. Fields, Associate Professor of Communication, recently published Game Faces: Sport Celebrity and the Laws of Reputation and discusses how sports figures cope with a level of celebrity once reserved for the stars ... Read More »

Bean advocates for increased use of critical-cultural and rhetorical perspectives

Hamilton Bean, Associate Professor in Communication, has published a chapter in the latest edition of New Agendas in Communication, Strategic Communication. This series, published by Routledge, brings together groups of ... Read More »

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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