Our curriculum integrates practical skills, essential communication theory, and the opportunity to develop a distinct area of emphasis.
All majors have the chance to participate in the University’s signature cooperative education program, to study abroad, and to take service-learning courses.
Our faculty—thirteen new hires over the past five years—is scholarly, active, and committed to undergraduate education.
Our faculty regularly push the conversation forward in their field. Read about their latest achievements.
Our alumni are putting their degrees to work in amazing ways. Read their stories.
Our students are active, tireless, and curious explorers of culture and communication.
From just off campus to the other side of the globe, students involved in co-op are learning the meaning of "hands-on" education.
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The most dangerous game
Decker Watson was living a dozen blocks from New York City’s World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001, when a …
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3Qs: Citizen journalism in Ferguson
Tensions have escalated in Ferguson, Missouri, following the Aug. 9 shooting death of Michael Brown, an unarmed African-American teenager, by …
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