Communication Feature

Aug 26, 2015

High schoolers have fun and focus on possible future careers at first COM Camp

When the studio lights switched on in the Butler Communication Building television studio on July 6, they lit more than just sets. They helped fire the imaginations, and enlighten the educational goals, of ten high school students participating in the […]

May 20, 2015

Dr. James Kiwanuka-Tondo receives Outstanding Global Engagement Award

NC State Provost Warwick Arden presented Department of Communication associate professor Dr. James Kiwanuka-Tondo with the 2015 Outstanding Global Engagement Award at the 5th Annual Global Engagement Exposition held April 14, 2015, at the University Club. The Expo is sponsored […]

May 20, 2015

May Student of the Month

Cody Davidson is a Communication junior minoring in Business and English. He has held a Communication internship with the Kay Yow Cancer Fund, studied abroad in the Netherlands, and been an Educational Psychology Research Assistant. He looks forward to a career in public relations or marketing.

Jan 9, 2015

Take a Virtual Front Pew Seat to Hear MLK’s “Fill Up the Jails”

On February 16, 1960, Martin Luther King, Jr., delivered his first public endorsement of non-violent direct action as a means to achieve civil and human rights. Fifty years later, NC State University’s Virtual Martin Luther King Jr. Project has launched a website that includes a digital audio re-creation that puts listeners in the pews to hear the widely influential "Fill Up the Jails" speech.

Dec 19, 2014

Dr. Lynsey K. Romo

Building on six years of real-world communication experience, in which Dr. Romo worked to improve health and economic conditions for low-income individuals, Dr. Romo is an interpersonal and health communication scholar. Her socially-meaningful research examines how people communicate about uncomfortable issues, specifically pertaining to health and finances.

Dec 12, 2014

Semester in Spain Challenges, Inspires Undergrad

Senior Megan Hornbeck (Communication Media and Spanish Languages and Literatures) says studying abroad in Spain enhanced her cultural awareness, challenged her to navigate a new environment and shaped her goals.

Nov 24, 2014

Seeking Global Strategic Partners: Travels to Uganda

NC State seeks out strategic partners around the globe. That quest took Dean Jeff Braden to Uganda recently, where he led a university delegation to explore the potential for partnerships between Makarere University, the Kingdom of Buganda, The Aids Support Organization (TASO), and the Maamma Watali Project. His goal was to assess the resources, capabilities and needs there in order to advise NC State's Office of International Affairs on whether or how to proceed in developing these international partnerships.

Oct 8, 2014

Alums Get in the Game (Shows)

Our alumni get in the game. Literally, in some cases. Tensie Taylor ('09 Communication) appears on Wheel of Fortune this week; Josh Hager pulled in prize money as a contestant on Jeopardy last week. Who's next?

Apr 17, 2014

Internships Help Student Explore Career Options

Kirsten Henning is a junior in Communication who has had three internships to date during her time in CHASS. "It’s been beneficial to intern for a number of different companies," she says. "It allows me to try new things and gives me the chance to find something that I really enjoy."

Apr 10, 2014

Study Finds Gaming Augments Players’ Social Lives

New research finds that online social behavior isn’t replacing offline social behavior in the gaming community. Instead, online gaming is expanding players’ social lives. Nick Taylor, an assistant professor of communication at NC State, is lead author of a paper on the study.