The Communication Student Advisory Board was created in Spring 2013 to help engage students in the activities of the Department of Communication through leadership. The board is made up of a mix of current Communication majors from freshman to seniors. The board also has representatives who transferred to Cornell to help provide a transfer student perspective.
The Association for Women in Communication is a professional organization that champions the advancement of women across all communications disciplines by recognizing excellence, promoting leadership and positioning its members at the forefront of the evolving communications era. Currently inactive - If you have questions, please contact Jodi Cohen at email@example.com.
Communication-Related Student Organizations
There are more than 1000 registered student groups on campus. These groups are a great way for students to explore their interest in many areas.
- The Cornell Daily Sun
- Social Media Club
- Slope Media
- The Thread (Fashion)
- The Cornell Sun
- The Big Red Sports Network
- Cornell Forensics Society
- Cornell Media Guild - WVBR
Students in the Department of Communication have the ability to be involved in leading research in various areas of interest. Working on research projects can provide students with a way to connect their classroom knowledge with real world data. Students that are interested in being a part of research within the Department of Communication should speak with their Faculty Advisor about possible opportunities.