Martha Miller Center for Global Communication
The Martha Miller Center for Global Communication opened in 2005. The two-story, 49,000-square-foot building houses the Department of Communication and the Department of Modern and Classical Languages. It also holds the offices of international and multicultural education. The building was designed with an emphasis on ways the four programs could interconnect.
The L-shaped building is comprised of two wings joined together by a rotunda, where students can study or attend guest lectures. The Martha Miller Center includes seven classrooms, 38 offices, an 85-seat auditorium and a media lab and is home to the student newspaper, radio station and television studio.
The building was named in honor of the late Martha Miller ’24 in recognition of the $3 million leadership gift made by her estate, as well as the family's long-standing relationship with Hope.
- The television studio and media lab went through a renovation in the summer of 2014, which included new cameras, iMac 27” desktop computers and an updated TriCaster switcher system
- The building has four individual editing suites, each with a Mac computer stocked with the latest editing software and studio microphones for recording