School of Communication Studies

The Organization for the Study of Communication, Language and Gender (OSCLG) held its 40th annual conference, themed “40 Shades of Purple: Four Decades of Feminisms,” Oct. 5 – 8 in Omaha, Neb.  Suzy D’Enbeau, Ph.D., associate professor and graduate coordinator in the Kent State University School of Communication Studies, along with COMM...

Agadez’s elite business classes now include drug dealers, smugglers and pimps – the types of people who rape newly trafficked women to “break: them, beat migrants who haven’t paid their passage or bribe officials so this illicit work may continue. The School of Communication Studies at Kent State University will host its fall Global Issues Forum with the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 16 in Rm. 226/226A Taylor Hall. International reporter Malia Politzer will present, “Refugee Boom and Bust: A Global Gold Rush,” which describes how “CEOs, criminals and...

Agadez’s elite business classes now include drug dealers, smugglers and pimps – the types of people who rape newly trafficked women to “break: them, beat migrants who haven’t paid their passage or bribe officials so this illicit work may continue. The Ohio Communication Association hosted the 81st annual Ohio Communication Association Conference on Friday, Oct. 6 and Saturday, Oct. 7 at Clark State Community College in Springfield, Ohio. Several School of Communication Studies graduate students presented their research at the conference, which was themed “Communication of Discourse:...

Kent State celebrates the reopening of the newly renovated Taylor Hall on Sept. 21-23. Kent State University’s College of Communication and Information – the academic home to five innovative, professional schools whose work spans the disciplines of communication, information and technology – will celebrate the reopening of the newly renovated Taylor Hall, Sept. 21-23. This year marks the 15th anniversary of the college, the...

The School of Communication Studies recognized alumni JaRel Clay, Arianne Gasser, Carol Wilder and Scott Myers at its 2017 Alumni Awards. Four Kent State University alumni were honored on Friday, Sept. 22, at the School of Communication Studies Alumni Awards & Reception in Taylor Hall. The event was part of the College of Communication and Information's celebration of Taylor Hall's reopening, Sept. 21 - 23, 2017. Three distinct awards are given at the annual celebration: ...

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The School of Communication Studies recognized alumni JaRel Clay, Arianne Gasser, Carol Wilder and Scott Myers at its 2017 Alumni Awards. 2017 Honorees Centennial Award  Carol Wilder, Ph.D., '74 - Wilder is a writer, teacher and filmmaker based in New York City and Long Island. She is professor of Media Studies at The New School, where from 1995-2007 she was Associate Dean and Chair of Media Studies and Film. In 2007-2008 Wilder was a Fulbright Senior Scholar at Hanoi...

Assistant Professor Aaron Bacue leads a training for part-time instructors and graduate students who will teach Introduction to Human Communication. After a year of renovations, Taylor Hall will reopen for classes on Monday, Aug. 28. The Schools of Communication Studies (COMM) and Visual Communication Design (VCD) share the space in the modernized, four-floor building. The May 4 Visitors Center also calls Taylor Hall home and will reopen with normal hours on Sept. 5. The School of Digital...

Taylor Hall is home to the Schools of Communication Studies and Visual Communication Design. The School of Digital Sciences After a year of renovations, Taylor Hall will reopen for classes on Monday, Aug. 28. The Schools of Communication Studies (COMM) and Visual Communication Design (VCD) share the space in the modernized, four-floor building. The May 4 Visitors Center also calls Taylor Hall home and will reopen with normal hours on Sept. 5.   The School of Digital...

A class of communication studies students earned top prize in the Outstanding New Service Initiative category at the Kent State University’s Office of Experimental Education and Civic Engagement (OEECE) annual awards program. A class of communication studies students earned top prize in the Outstanding New Service Initiative category at the Kent State University’s Office of Experimental Education and Civic Engagement (OEECE) annual awards program. Students enrolled in “Communication as Community: Communication in Small Groups and Teams,” taught by part-time...

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School of Communication Studies graduate student Natalie Moses recently earned the National Award of Excellence for her feature-length movie script at the annual Broadcast Education Association and National Association of Broadcasters conference. School of Communication Studies alumna Natalie Moses recently earned the National Award of Excellence for her feature-length movie script at the annual Broadcast Education Association and National Association of Broadcasters (BEA/NAB) conference in Las Vegas. Moses was a graduate student at Kent State University who graduated in May 2017.   ...