Upcoming Events

  1. 8/26 First Day of Fall 2024 Semester

New Undergrad Curriculum Underway

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We rebuilt our undergraduate curriculum into a more cohesive plan that can adapt to changing times. It went into effect Fall 2021. More>

Communication FastTrack B.A./M.A. Program

We're launching a new FastTrack B.A. + M.A. program for Communication Majors!

Shardé M. Davis – New Book

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Associate Professor Shardé M. Davis recently published "Being Black in the Ivory," an edited volume of more than 60 stories told by Black individuals in academia: current and former students, faculty, and administrators.

She reflects on her #BlackintheIvory hashtag and movement to expose anti-Black racism in academia in a recent article in UConn Today.

Stephen Stifano University Teaching Fellow Award

Congratulations to Dr. Stephen Stifano for receiving the University Teaching Fellow Award!

Steinke and Gilbert Examine Gender and Science

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KQED published preliminary findings of a study conducted by Prof. Jocelyn Steinke, doctoral student Christine Gilbert, and colleagues.

COMM Associate Professor, Rory McGloin, Featured in UConn Today Article

One of our professors, Dr. Rory McGloin, was recently featured in UConn Today for his work as the Director of the Excellence in Engineering Communication Program.
Link to UConn Today Article

Check out Education Abroad at Ulster University in Belfast

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The Communication, Advertising, and Marketing at Ulster University program aims to provide UConn undergraduates with a unique curricular experience that will allow them to engage foundations of communication theory in a contemporary and applied manner.

In The Classroom

illustration - line balancing on triangle with the word theory on the left side and the work practice on the rightCOMM PhD student Katie Webber gave her COMM 3120W Small Group Communication students an assignment with the dual goals of putting into practice the theories they've been studying and providing service to a local business, community, or cause. Read more.