School of Communication Studies

hyde park winner poses with trophy The Kent State University School of Communication Studies will host its annual Hyde Park Forum on April 12, 2016, in the Student Center Ballroom on the Kent State Campus beginning at 6:30 p.m. The event is an opportunity for students enrolled in the Introduction to Human Communication class to engage in persuasive public discourse for an audience...

hyde park winner poses with trophy Kent State University’s School of Communication Studies will host its Global Issues Forum on Human Trafficking: A Global and Local Epidemic at 7 p.m. on April 6 in the Moulton Hall Ballroom. The forum will feature a panel discussion on human trafficking and its global and local occurrence. The panelists for the evening include: Kathleen...

image that says research news What are you really learning when you read articles about the upcoming presidential candidates? Are you just learning facts about them or can you relate what they are saying to certain issues? Communication studies assistant professor Michael Beam, Ph.D., recently led a study examining the relationship between reading and sharing news online and...

image that says research news Senior applied communication major, Jessica Buck, landed an internship with Pro-Model and Talent Management as their social media coordinator. In this position, Buck is responsible for managing the company’s Facebook, Google+ and Yelp pages along with their blog. Some topics she covers in the blog include, successful Pro-Model and Talent stars,...

spring colloquium series logo The School of Communication Studies will continue its Colloquium Series on Friday, April 1 at 4 p.m. in Taylor Hall, room 146. Assistant professor Dr. Suzy D’Enbeau will present her research titled “Exploring the promising practices of sexual violence prevention.” D’Enbeau will discuss her research of comprehensive coordinated community...

logo for global issues forum Kent State University’s School of Communication Studies will host its Global Issues Forum on Human Trafficking: A Global and Local Epidemic on April 6 at 7 p.m. in the Moulton Ballroom. The forum will feature a panel discussion on human trafficking and its global and local occurrence. The panelists for the evening include: •    Kathleen...

logo for global issues forum Five communication studies majors will participate at the upcoming Undergraduate Research Symposium on March 15 between 1 - 5 p.m. in the Kent Student Center Ballroom. Megan Carassco and Rachel Morrell are completing their honors theses this semester and will have poster presentations at the symposium. The symposium is an opportunity for...

logo for global issues forum School of Communication Studies associate professor, Mei-Chen Lin has been a Golden Flash since 2003. Lin teaches courses for both undergraduate and graduate students, including foundations of communication, relational communication, intercultural communication and international communication. Lin loves getting her students involved in rewarding...

logo for global issues forum Kara Taylor, a senior applied communication major, is interning with the School of Visual Communication Design this spring. As one of their marketing interns, Taylor is responsible for covering VCD events and writing content for the school’s social media platforms, alumni magazine and alumni website. “I get to do a wide-range of things at...

logo for global issues forum The School of Communication Studies is looking to hire a student marketing and PR assistant for the Fall 2016 semester to assist with and provide marketing and public relations support for the school. The student must be taking undergraduate classes in a communication, marketing or public relations related field. The pay for this on-campus...