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  • Mean Green Workshops 2014

    Mean Green Workshops is in full swing! Our summer debate camp invites middle school and high school students from all over the U.S. to learn from one of the TOP debate teams in the Nation, UNT Debate! 

  • Summer Class 5w1 Performance Methods

    A glimpse into our Performance Methods summer class!  These photos were captured in the workshops class for their final performances.  Taught by the Amazing Dr. Holley Vaughn!  Don't miss a chance to take this in Fall 2014, sign up now! 

  • Comm Study Abroad students in Peru!

    "Where the Amazon Meets the Andes: Exploring Disaster Communication in Peru"!

    Read more about this trip and hear from the students here.

  • Do you know what to do incase of a zombie apocalypse?

    Check out Dr. Lain's class; Topics: Zombie in American Rhetoric as they sported their gray ribbons for this past May being Zombie Awareness Month! #ZAM14
    http://zombieresearchsociety.com/zombie-awareness

Latest News

Tuesday, July 01, 2014

Dr. Brian Richardson recently conducted “Crisis Communication” training for members of the Texas Fire Chief Academy. The training, which addresses how to communicate with the news media and other stakeholders during crisis situations, was held in Austin.


Tuesday, June 03, 2014

Looking for some career experience this summer?  

Click here to check out our internships page!  


Wednesday, May 28, 2014

A Diaspora Success Story | How Dr. Samuel Muwanguzi Overcame Blindness to Attain Higher Academic Excellence  

An excerpt from the www.ugandandiasporanews.com:

Dallas Dispatch — Attainment of an academic qualification, including a Doctorate of Philosophy (Ph.D.) may be considered ordinary and a logically achievable milestone to progressively hardworking, determined, and smart individuals. However, attaining the same academic success by an individual with a physical disability, such as blindness, is, therefore, not only an exceptional accomplishment but also an extra ordinary milestone.


Thursday, May 15, 2014

How often do you use social media in your everyday life?!?! Sign up for COMM 4829 in the fall to learn more about how this life skill/tool can apply to you and possibly your future career! All prerequisites are waived for this class! For more information contact holley.vaughn@unt.edu.


Tuesday, May 13, 2014

 

Dr. Anderson-Lain will also be teaching Communication Perspectives (3010) and the graduate seminar in Pedagogy and Communication (5085).  We are happy to welcome Karen back to UNT after her sojourn in the corporate world.


Monday, May 12, 2014

With the end of the spring 2014 semester, Cindy Gordon will leave her full-time faculty position as Basic Course Director and Lecturer, a position in which she performed brilliantly for five years.  We are sad to see Cindy go, but pleased that she will be able to use the time she is accustomed to spending evaluating our graduate student instructors and grading 3010 papers to pursue her many other interests.  And . . . though she is leaving the full-time position, she will not be gone long.  She is slated to come back in June to teach Nonverbal Communication.


Friday, April 25, 2014
Dr. Brian Lain moderated a discussion as a part of UNT's Office of Sustainability Earth Week events this week.  The participants included:
 
 
 
Pictured Above from L-R:
Dr. Brian Lain, Associate Professor of Communications Studies
David F.

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

NCA Future Pros held its 10th annual career panel this past week. This year’s guest speakers included Elizabeth Easterling (Senior Care Centers Health & Rehabilitation), Lara Seebeck (Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD Educational Foundation), Lindsey Lott (Prosoft Solutions), and Ronnie Platt (Fox Sports Southwest). The speakers discussed their current jobs and how they are using knowledge from their Communication Studies courses in their careers, before answering questions from the audience members. After the group discussion, speakers met with students one-on-one for some additional conversation.