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Kent State University’s College of Communication and Information and its School of Journalism and Mass Communication will welcome alumna and Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Connie Schultz to its faculty this spring. Schultz, who graduated from Kent State with her bachelor’s degree in journalism in 1979, is a nationally syndicated columnist...

Image of sunset on a Portuguese beach with surfers near water. Peaceful and serene. Have you considered that studying abroad could be just as accessible as domestic study? Graduate students now have the opportunity to study abroad for a semester (Fall 2016) in Lisbon, Portugal by way of the Global Scholar Exchange Program. Although this study abroad program is focused toward Communication Studies students, other CCI students may...

Senior communication studies major, Katelyn Braunegg joins the marketing and public relations team for the School of Communication Studies this fall. She looks forward to gaining more experience in public relations and getting to work with faculty members. In addition to interning and finishing up her major classes she is also pursuing two minors...

Photo of Jowan M. Cole, new marketing intern Kent State University’s School of Communication Studies welcomes Jowan M. Cole as a student member of the marketing and public relations team for fall semester of 2015. Cole is a senior in the applied communication concentration, with minors in both marketing and global communication.  “Going forth with my final semesters here at Kent, I am...

Photo of Jowan M. Cole, new marketing intern Jia Song is a senior at Kent State University, majoring in communication with a minor in marketing and business. Song serves as a student member of the Kent State University School of Communication Studies Marketing and Public Relations Team for fall 2015.  “I hope to improve my ability of communication skills and I also want to gain some work...

Black and white photo of smiling man The Kent State School of Communication Studies welcomes Vincent Siciliano to the student marketing team for the school. Siciliano is a senior within the applied communication concentration and graduates this December.   “It’s my goal to learn as much about marketing and communication, both digital and analog, as possible in order to better...

Black and white photo of smiling man The School of Communication Studies welcomes Aaron Bacue as a new faculty member. Bacue comes to Kent State University with 17 years of experience teaching communication at the university level, most recently at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, VA. Bacue joins the school as an assistant professor, specializing in interpersonal, relational...

The School of Communication Studies will host its fall Colloquium Series beginning Friday, Sept. 4. Each semester, the school hosts the series which consists of three to four lectures presented by faculty and graduate students from the school, the university and around the country. The series provides an opportunity for faculty and graduate...

Kent State student Keri Richmond poses on the second floor of the Kent Student Center. Recently, Richmond spoke on Capitol Hill about foster care and shared her experience as a foster youth. Photo Credit: Kami Swingle The pain of moving from one home to the next, time and time again, for four years straight is helping Keri Richmond speak out for other foster children without a voice. Richmond, a Kent State University junior majoring in public relations in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, shared her story with members of Congress and child...

image of Taylor Hall - the building that houses the School of Communication Studies The School of Communication Studies at Kent State invites applications for a director position. About the Position - The director provides leadership and administration for the school, supports the mission, promotes a respectful environment for students, faculty and staff and represents the school within the college, the university, the community...