The International Central Institute for Youth and Educational Television (IZI) based in Munich, Germany has started a new international research project: "Children's TV Worldwide: Gender Representation."
Participating countries include: Austria, Australia, Brazil, Belgium, Canada, Cuba, China, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Israel, The...
Assistant professor Kati Lustyik has been named a regional visiting fellow at Cornell University's Institute for European Studies. Visiting fellows are recognized for their teaching and research in modern European studies. Professor Lustyik will be conducting research using the facilities at Cornell and working on collegial relationships between the Roy H....
The concentration in international communications gives students from a variety of disciplines a broad knowledge of international communication theory and practice. It also provides knowledge of the global flow of information. Students have opportunities to relate theories and practices of international communication to their own interests and area of...