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28 students share credit in Dr. Pollock’s newly published book

28 students share credit in Dr. Pollock’s newly published book

Communication studies professor John Pollock has a new book out this month—and 28 TCNJ students share credit in its creation. Pollock says he has long encouraged his students to publish their research. He packed his 2007 book, Tilted Mirrors: Media Alignment with Political and Social Change, with their case studies, but for Journalism and Human…Continue Reading

Communication Studies Faculty and Students in the Spotlight

Communication Studies Faculty and Students in the Spotlight

As the weather warms up and the semester winds down, two TCNJ Communication Studies faculty are still going strong, publishing blog posts, articles, and even a new book featuring research from current Communication Studies students. Dr. Gary Woodward, professor, rhetorician, and former Chairperson of the Department of Communication Studies runs a successful blog focusing on communication in the digital…Continue Reading

Students Play a Special Version of Intercultural Bingo

Students Play a Special Version of Intercultural Bingo

In a collaborative oral proficiency hour between international and communication studies students, a game of “human bingo” sparked a class-wide conversation about students’ families, hobbies and hometowns — proving that individuals from countries around the world are more alike than not. Students from the English as a Second Language (ESL) program and from Professor Yifeng…Continue Reading

Fall 2014 Issue of “The Roar”

Fall 2014 Issue of “The Roar”

The Roar is the student newsletter for the Department of Communication Studies : A National Leader in Student-Faculty Engagement. Its goal is to foster a sense of connection among all those involved with the department and to celebrate our solid record of accomplishments at the local, state, regional, national, and international levels.Continue Reading

Filmmaker Louis Massiah Visits The College

Filmmaker Louis Massiah Visits The College

Filmmaker Louis Massiah visited the Communication Studies department on February 11th. The MacArthur fellow and documentary filmmaker spoke to the students about his path to filmmaking and the varied career options open to them. Massiah screened excerpts of his work in the new Kendall Hall screening room and spoke about the importance of connecting media…Continue Reading

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