School of Communication Studies at Kent State University
News & Announcements
Senior Public Communication Major Recruits 130 Students for Bone Marrow Donor List Alan Rhea, senior public communication major with minors in political science and history spearheaded an on-campus campaign for Be The Match, a national marrow donor program that supports people with blood cancers such as leukemia and lymphoma, as part of the Communication and Influence course taught by James Ponder.
- Posted May. 31, 2013
Master's Students Encourage Undergraduates at the Stark Campus to Consider Graduate School Graduate students from the School of Communication Studies on Kentâ€™s campus shared their graduate school experience with communication studies undergraduate students at Kent Stateâ€™s Stark campus in April. The event was recorded for a video series debuted on the Comm at Stark Facebook page.
- Posted May. 22, 2013
Researcher Explores the Role of the Victim in Elder Abuse, and Earns Top Conference Paper Mei-Chen Lin, associate professor and graduate coordinator in the School of Communication Studies at Kent State University, recently earned the top paper and will be presenting at this yearâ€™s International Communication Associationâ€™s 63rd Annual Conference this June in London, England. Linâ€™s paper, â€œProblematic family interaction: A communication of elder abuse and neglect was named top paper in the Division of Instructional and Communication Development.
- Posted May. 14, 2013
Team of Students Raise $1,015 for Wounded Warrior Project On April 19, 2013, Team Civilians for Warriors set up a Warriorâ€™s Challenge obstacle course event on Kent State Universityâ€™s May 4th Memorial Field, where the participant teams took to the field to participate in relays, tug-of-war challenges, and a memory game.
- Posted May. 13, 2013
Researcher partners with Gerontological Society of America providing solutions to communicating with elderly Mei-Chen Lin, Ph.D. associate professor and graduate coordinator in the School of Communication Studies served as one of five advisory board members to the Gerontological Society of America (GSA) on a major outreach publication. The board includes researchers, policy advisers and physicians.
- Posted May. 9, 2013