Ph.D.

COMM part-time instructor Bill Kelvin earned the 2017 People 2017’s “People’s Choice” award winner at the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition was William Kelvin, a part-time instructor in the School of Communication Studies who is working toward his Ph.D. in Communication and Information. This was Kelvin's third time at 3MT, and his topic was the Shen Yun Chinese dance company and its complex...

College of Communication & Information

Journalism professor publishes book on political socialization in a media-saturated world. The way children are raised to consume news has a lasting and lingering effect. Assistant professor Chance York, Ph.D., of Kent State’s School of Journalism and Mass Communication (JMC), is the co-author of a chapter in “Political Socialization in a Media-Saturated World.” The collection of studies explores – from many angles,...

College of Communication & Information

Journalism professor publishes book on political socialization in a media-saturated world. The Ph.D. program in Communication and Information requires a minimum of 40 semester hours of graduate credit beyond the Master's degree and 30 semester hours of dissertation work for a total of 70 semester hours. The doctoral program has a flexible structure. It is designed to provide both a broad interdisciplinary core of knowledge about...

College of Communication & Information

Journalism professor publishes book on political socialization in a media-saturated world. Start your path toward a Ph.D. degree in Communication and Information at Kent State. We are looking for scholars with a desire to drive development of our fields, whether through transdisciplinary innovation or progressive work within a traditional discipline. The Ph.D. program in CCI aims to place graduates in an array of academic appointments...

College of Communication & Information

Journalism professor publishes book on political socialization in a media-saturated world. The doctoral program in the College of Communication and Information prepares students for careers as scholars in the disciplines of communication and information. While students have a primary academic “home” in one of these six areas described below, we encourage CCI doctoral students to engage across disciplines, exploring the depth of...