by Michael Trevis on November 16, 2015
Photo of Eric Crosby by Bryan Conley

In October, former UW Communication Arts Ph.D. candidate Eric Crosby began work as the Richard Armstrong Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at Carnegie Museum of Art (CMOA) in Pittsburgh.

by Michael Trevis on October 27, 2015
A black and white picture of a black woman being arrested by two police officers.

We the 350: Stories of Poverty, Racism, and Incarceration in Wisconsin

Written & Directed by T. Banks and Sara McKinnon

by Michael Trevis on October 22, 2015
Professor Kathleen Hall Jamieson seated at a desk.

The 33rd Annual Conference of the Association of Politics and the Life Sciencestakes place at UW-Madison on the 23rd and 24th of October

by Michael Trevis on October 06, 2015

Communication Arts Professor Lori Kido Lopez created an event called Madison’s Asian American Media Spotlight in partnership with Cinematheque and WUD Film.  Five Asian American films will make t

by Michael Trevis on August 26, 2015
Assistant Professor Lori Kido Lopez

Dr. Lori Kido Lopez, Assistant Professor in Communication Arts, has been selected as an Outstanding Woman of Color for 2015-16!

by Michael Trevis on June 05, 2015
Matt Baldocchi

Matt Baldocchi is a Communication Arts Radio-TV-Film major at UW-Madison who worked on the new film The Unmiracle.

by Michael Trevis on May 21, 2015
Hannah Akbik with faculty associated with the Holtz Center for Science and Technology Studies. From left to right: Linda Hogle, Nicole Nelson, Hannah Akbik, Pilar Osserio, and Eric Schatzberg.

Near the end of the 2015 spring semester, Communication Arts major Hannah Akbik won the Holtz Center for Science and Technology Studies Thematic Undergraduate Essay Contest! 

by Michael Trevis on May 15, 2015
Professor Michele Hilmes

In her many years as a scholar, Professor Michele Hilmes has been no stranger to awards and praise for her work.

by Michael Trevis on April 30, 2015
Professor Jonathan Gray teaching.

Communication Arts Professor Jonathan Gray is one of the Chancellor’s Distinguished Teaching Award recipients in 2015! 

by Michael Trevis on April 24, 2015
Molly McBride and Mary Kathryn Kwasnik, students in the Tribal Libraries, Archives, and Museums course, view reels from the Oneida Cultural Center at the WCFTR.

Our Department’s Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research (WCFTR) is justifiably famous for maintaining, in cooperation with the Wisconsin Historical Society, one of the world’s great film archives. WCFTR is also committed to the Wisconsin Idea of outreach, and a splendid incarnation of that mission is WCFTR’s participation in the Oneida Nation Film Preservation project.