Dr. Melissa Johnson Wins Senior Scholar Grant
A familiar face in Winston Hall for more than 20 years has won a prestigious Senior Scholar grant from the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC).
Faculty, Students Collaborate on Research Opportunities
NC State faculty members in the Department of Communication show leadership in their professional spheres that trickles down to the student level, spawning opportunities for both undergraduate and graduate students in the department.
TV Production Summer Camp Set for July 18-22
Did you know the Department of Communication sponsors an annual summer day camp to give high school juniors and seniors an opportunity to dive right into their communication passions?
Meet Outstanding Alumna Rachel Lloyd
From attending NC State as a last minute decision to graduating with a 4.0 GPA and being the keynote speaker at graduation last December, Rachel Lloyd moved from Chicago to Raleigh to find a forever home with the Wolfpack.
COM Instructor Researches Midwifery Movement
In between taking a spin class, drinking her morning coffee and teaching COM 230, Dr. Emily Winderman can be found working on research involving the midwifery movement.
Faculty Building Bridges to East Africa
Imagine a program within the university that offers greater possibilities for interdisciplinary research and service learning with global connections. Faculty have been working to do just that with an effort to establish a hub for collaborative research and service learning in East Africa.
Hope Reins: Student, Horses Comfort Hurting Children
Hannah O’Conner never imagined the impact horses would eventually come to have in her life and how they would lead her to one of the most fulfilling and rewarding experiences of her undergraduate career.
Student Talks About Her Big, Fat Cypriot Wedding
Student Sarah Smith recounts her recent visit home to Cypress to attend a wedding, but also to learn about her rich family history and its joys and sorrows.
Book Captures Heart of the Past in ‘Cherrydale’
Don’t tell Dean Phillips that family story telling is a lost art. His first book, Cherrydale, is alive with touching stories told by his dad when a child in the 1920s and ’30s growing up in a typical American town near Arlington, VA.
Danielle Schmidt Leading LPH to New Heights
Have you noticed a new shine on Lambda Pi Eta, our communication honor society? Society President Danielle Schmidt is building upon the work of her predecessor to move the organization in exciting new directions.