The goal is to visually document and explore the effects of the current pandemic on our lived experiences.
Scholars from the School of Communication will attend this year’s virtual Central States Communication Association (CSCA) conference from March 23 to March 28. The 2021 CSCA is an opportunity for communication professors, staff, alumni, and graduate students to present their scholarly work. While this year’s event will be hosted virtually instead of in-person, the School
In celebration of Women’s History Month, ReggieCon will focus on the Wonder Woman comics. The suggested reading is Wonder Woman: The Hiketeia by Greg Rucka.
The Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders invites you to a public meeting with the Council on Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology (CAA) of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA).
Jennifer Woodrum, a 2020 graduate of the Clinical-Counseling program within the Department of Psychology, has been awarded the James L. Fisher Outstanding Thesis Award.
All students with majors in the College of Arts and Sciences are invited to take part in the virtual open forums. The aim of the forums is to generate action items on topics of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
In recognition of LGBTQ History Month, the ReggieCon panel for October will focus on the graphic novel World of Wakanda by Roxanne Gay.
Due to the continuing coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, Interim Dean Dr. Diane Zosky has published her address on the college website and has recorded it, as well.
The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) has announced Obsidian: Literature and Arts in the African Diaspora is the recipient of a $50,000 NEA CARES grant.
Economics 138, Economic Reasoning Using Statistics, will provide students with real-world experience with statistics and data analysis this fall.