Q&A with Student Body President: Melanie Flowers Dives into Key Crises as We Return to School
Communication major Melanie Flowers shares her advice and hopeful outlook on the future.
“Master the Technology, Not Just the Technique” Says Alumna and Incoming Professor Fernanda Duarte
Excited is an understatement when expressing how Fernanda Duarte feels about returning to NC State as an assistant professor this fall.
Cary Native Noura Howell Returns Home as New Assistant Professor
After a career that began as a software developer, incoming assistant professor of communication Noura Howell decided to make a change.
That’s a Wrap: TV/Film Professor Jim Alchediak Retiring after Four Decades
When he first stepped on campus in 1979, Jim Alchediak had no idea that he’d spend the majority of his career in education.
Welcome from Cynthia Zuckerman Hyman, Director of Undergraduate Advising
Welcome to the Fall 2020 semester! I know the start of this fall semester is unlike any other. I want everyone to know that we are here to support you! Given that it isn’t as easy to just stop by […]
Welcome from Jessica Jameson, Department Head
We are very excited to welcome our new communication majors and welcome back our returning majors this (somewhat unusual) Fall 2020! They say that “necessity is the mother of invention,” and we have certainly learned new ways to connect in […]
My NC State Story: Jackie Yanchocik (Communication ‘12)
Jackie Yanchocik has explored many industries — sports, entertainment and education — since graduating with a degree in communication.
Welcome Our New Humanities and Social Sciences Faculty
Fernanda Duarte and Noura Howell join the Department of Communication as assistant professors in the areas of media production, media studies and critical making.
Melanie Flowers Elected Chair of Council of Student Body Presidents
NC State student body president and communication major Melanie Flowers has been elected to serve as chair of the Council of Student Body Presidents for the UNC System.
How Social Media Platforms Can Contribute to Dehumanizing Other People
Communication professor Jessica Jameson examines how social media can be used to normalize hate speech and dehumanize entire groups.