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.
COM Undergrad News: May 2020
To all our graduating seniors, congratulations on your great achievement. Please watch your email, check our website or visit our Facebook page to view a special message from the Department of Communication on Saturday, May 9.
Dean Phillips Steps Down as Undergraduate Internship Coordinator
As he looks toward retirement, Phillips reflects on his time as the Undergraduate Internship Program Coordinator and the tremendous impact he has had on both the program and his students.
Welcome New Undergraduate Internship Coordinator Mike Charbonneau
Communication alum Mike Charbonneau is stepping in as the new Undergraduate Internship Program Coordinator with the desire to give back to the department that he says has given so much to him.
Two NC State Professors Awarded NEH Summer Stipends
Communication professor Grant Bollmer and English professor Timothy Stinson were awarded the highly competitive stipends.
Three Faculty Win Holladay Medal
Communication professor Victoria Gallagher is among those selected to receive NC State's highest faculty honor.
vMLK Project: 60th Anniverary of “A Creative Protest”
Communication professor Victoria Gallagher immersed community members in one of Martin Luther King, Jr.’s most iconic speeches at NC State's James B. Hunt Library.