Celebrating 40 Years as a School of Communications
Today the Roy H. Park School of Communications houses more than 1,500 students, but its beginnings date back to 1931 when the first radio course was taught. Additional classes focused on television began during the 1950s. Two decades later, the department moved from the College of Arts and Sciences to become its own division. In 1973, the School of Communications was founded, later named after Roy H. Park.
We hope you will join us during Alumni Weekend 2013 as celebrate our 40th anniversary as a school.
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