Adeline Nieto (Class of 2013) is a Culture and Communication Major who chose a semester abroad with an affiliate program in Spain. That choice greatly enhanced her cultural awareness and changed the way she views the world.
Rory Cooper, Class of 2012, will learn firsthand about the interrelationships between culture, communication, and the environment this fall. He is bound for Chile through an affiliated program in the School of International Training. Rory will complete a course called "Cultural Identity, Social Justice, and Community Development" while living among a small indigenous Mapuche community.
We are delighted to welcome Christopher House (Ph.D. candidate at the University of Pittsburgh) to the Department of Communication Studies. As one of three predoctoral diversity fellows in H&S, Mr. House will teach two exciting courses related to his dissertation research. The fall course is entitled "African American Rhetoric" and examines the rhetorical styles and...
Assistant Professor Darin Gully from the Department of Communication Studies will present two scholarly papers in Kansas City, Missouri, in April. One of the papers will be featured as a top paper in political communication; the paper focuses on the political storytelling system, explaining the citizens' use of political information sources.
Assistant Professor Christopher House was part of a panel of experts who helped analyze and critique the second Obama Inauguration ceremony. Dr. House represented both IC and Cornell, where he is the Director of the African American Worship Service.