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department happenings

Applications are now being accepted for the Communication Honors Program. The topic for the 2015 Honors Course is "Environmental Communication and the Public Sphere" to be taught by Prof. Anderson. Click here to learn more.

Congratulations to Jon Anderson, James Clark, Nicole Demikis-Bayron, Amanda Littleton, Elizabeth Reynolds, Erika Ryan, and Kasey Wierzbicki!

Their research projects were accepted for NCUR (The National Conference for Undergraduate Research). In April they will travel to Eastern Washington University in Cheney, Washington, to present their research.

 

 

Do you want to earn a degree that's attractive to future employers?
A degree in communication will serve you well. "With the unemployment situation the way it is right now, I would be considering what degree to get more closely than any other time in history," says Susan Heathfield, About.com's Human Resources Guide. "If you want to be employable in this economy and the future, you have to have valuable skills." Click here to read the Yahoo.net article.