Congratulations to all you Communication Arts majors graduating this semester! More than 60 of you will receive your diploma on Sunday, and we in the department want to recognize your achievement and wish you well with the next stage of your life. We enjoyed getting to know you.
Comm Arts faculty alumns David Bordwell and Kristin Thompson were recently featured in Roger Ebert’s Journal on the topic of where critics and scholars habitually sit at the movies.
Professor Robert Asen's book Invoking the Invisible Hand: Social Security and the Privatization Debates (Michigan State University Press, 2009) was recently selected as the winner of the 2011 Kohrs-Campbell Prize in Rhet
This fall, the media and cultural studies group blog Antenna: Responses to Media & Culture celebrates its two-year anniversary.
Too often the mention of summer internships conjures up images of endless hours of copying, answering multiple phone lines, and fetching coffee. But an increasing number of Comm Arts interns are making tweets instead of copies and answering Facebook posts rather than phones.
Undergraduate Communication Arts majors Bobby Gryzynger & Nickolas Good were recognized in Year of the Arts Student Awards at the 2011 Awards in the Creative Arts.