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Hasinoff explains app and tech impact for parents

WhatsApp  uses data to send text messages, pictures and videos, and got a lot of attention after it was purchased by Facebook for $19 Billion last month. “There’s lots of apps that do this but WhatsApp has just become very ... Read More »

Communication celebrating Earth Day in Beijing

COMM 4282 (Environmental Communication and Advocacy), is being taught for the first time at ICB this Spring, and in coordination with the course and under the supervision of instructor Supriya Karudapuram, students will be ... Read More »

Hartnett and Keranen lead workshop
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Ott delivers presidential address at WSCA

For the past year, Brian L. Ott, associate professor of communication, has served as the Western States Communication Association's President, which has more than 1,000 active members. At this month's annual convention ... Read More »

Bean elected Vice Chair

Hamilton Bean, assistant professor in communication, has been elected Vice Chair of the Organizational Communication Interest Group of the Western States Communication Association (WSCA). He will become Chair and lead interest ... Read More »

Communication has another strong showing at WSCA Annual Conference

The Department of Communication had a strong showing at the Western States Communication Association’s annual conference in Anaheim, CA, February 14-18, 2014. Brian Ott served as President of WSCA. Patrick ... Read More »

Hartnett busy with events

Stephen John Hartnett, professor and chair of communication, organized and hosted "Challenging the Prison-Industrial Complex: The New Civil Rights Agenda," on the CU Denver campus on January 30. On February 4, he participated in ... Read More »

Bean selected for strategic communication conference/book

Hamilton Bean, assistant professor in communication, has been selected to participate in the New Agendas in Communication conference, April 3-5, 2014, hosted by the College of Communication and the Department of Advertising and ... Read More »