News

by Peter G. Sengstock on January 05, 2011

In the second episode in a row featuring Communication Arts faculty, Professor Emerita in Communication Science Joanne Cantor appeared on the Big Ten Network's news interview program

by Peter G. Sengstock on December 07, 2010

Professor in Media & Cultural Studies Jonathan Gray and Professor in Communication ScienceMichael Xenos examined the expanding role of political satire in today's news coverage on the Big Ten Network's news interview pro

by Peter G. Sengstock on October 26, 2010

by Peter G. Sengstock on October 13, 2010

Professor in Rhetoric Karma Chávez was recently featured on the Big Ten Network's news interview program "Office Hours" as she discussed the intersection of immigration and LGBTQ s

by Peter G. Sengstock on October 11, 2010

Grammy winning, Webby honoree, and Emmy nominated songwriter, artist, set designer, director, and collector Allee Willis(BA '69, Journalism) recently discussed with Communication Arts students, faculty, and staff her more than thirty-year career in art.

by Peter G. Sengstock on September 28, 2010

In a September 17th visit to the Hamel Family Digital Media Lab, Department of Communication Arts donor George Hamel (BA '80) and his parents met with Hamel Family Professor Sabine Gruffat,Professor Vance Kepley

by Peter G. Sengstock on August 02, 2010

This year, the Department of Communication Arts is pleased to welcome Professor of Rhetoric Karma Chávez and Professor of Communication Science Catalina Toma.

by Peter G. Sengstock on August 01, 2010

Starting in October, the Cinematheque and Department of Communication Arts will welcome Jim Healy to the position of Director of Programming. Jim brings a wealth of programming experience to the Cinematheque.

by Peter G. Sengstock on July 26, 2010

On Thursday, July 22, Emeritus Professor Joanne Cantor appeared on MSNBC's The Daily Rundown with Chuck Todd and Savannah Guthrie and later on MSNBC Live with Thomas Roberts. Cantor shared tips from her new book Conquer CyberOverload on how people can manage e-mail and technology without becoming overwhelmed.

by Peter G. Sengstock on July 13, 2010

A conference celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater ResearchOn, Archives!, in conjunction with a Symposium on Broadcasting in the 1930s, took place July 6 to 9, 2010.

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