LAComm reception with Cornell's a cappella group The Hangovers

Sen. Bob Kerrey Visit

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Our COMMunity

Katherine McComas and Mayor Svante Myrick

One COMMunity

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The Department of Communication is a national leader in the study of communication as a social science, ranked among the top five in a recent poll by the National Research Council. Our faculty and students are dedicated to understanding the role and enhancing the effectiveness of communication processes, systems, and infrastructure in society. We explore communication in its many forms and contexts as a fundamentally social phenomenon. Our faculty members are recognized for developing and applying novel theoretical perspectives to the most pressing social and policy issues of the day.  

Alumni/Undergraduate Student Connections

This January, 11 Communication students traveled to Los Angeles to visit alumni in various communication companies. The students were part of the LACOMM seminar, which included on-campus meetings where students researched the companies and alumni they would meet on the trip. Each company offered wonderful insight into their daily lives and allowed our students to develop a better understanding of their companies and their industries. Thank you to all of the alumni who shared their time, those who joined us for receptions at Marix and the Hillcrest Country Club, and the alumni who funded our trip. Our students visited Warner Brothers, Access Hollywood at Universal Studios, NBCUniversal, Century City, TNT and TBS, and Premiere Playa Vista. Check out the group below on the set of Access Hollywood!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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Communication Breakdown: Episode 2

Feb 13, 2018
Episode 2 of the Department of Communication podcast "Communication Breakdown" with host Christopher Byrne. The weekly production will feature faculty, alumni, and perhaps graduate and undergraduate students talking about their research and how it can benefit society with. It aims to be both informative and entertaining.

Episode 2: Jessie Taft and Dominic DiFranzo of the Social Media Lab. Read more

Sue Fussell named Liberty Hyde Bailey Profesor

Feb 5, 2018
Sue Fussell has been named a Liberty Hyde Bailey Professor in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, effective February 1, 2018. This professorship, named in honor of the first CALS dean, is one of the most prestigious honors given by our college and the university.

Communication Breakdown: Episode 1

Feb 5, 2018
Introducing the weekly Department of Communication podcast "Communication Breakdown" with host Christopher Byrne. The weekly production will feature faculty, alumni, and perhaps graduate and undergraduate students talking about their research and how it can benefit society with. It aims to be both informative and entertaining.
Episode 1: Sahara Byrne Read more
Dean Boor's comments on the new home of the Department of Communication during the Official Dedication on April 8, 2016.