CMST to host NCA Doctoral Honors Seminar June 7-10

Engaging the Responsibilities of Communication: Research, Teaching, and Communities Colorado State University’s Department of Communication Studies will host the 2020 NCA Doctoral Honors Seminar from June 7 to 10 in Fort Collins. The Doctoral Honors Seminar brings together promising doctoral students and distinguished faculty members from across the discipline and around the nation to discuss current […]

Chance Encounter with Academic Inspiration Thrills Doctoral Student

It’s not every day you unexpectedly see one of your favorite musicians casually walk past you on campus. Especially when the musician is from your home state. And, especially, when the musician is a reason you pursued graduate studies. In fact, it was the first day of the 2019-20 academic year – Monday, August 26, […]

Communication studies graduate student Juliet Letteney to receive national award for rhetorical essay

The National Communication Association is awarding CSU M.A. student, Juliet Letteney, the James L. Golden Outstanding Student Essay in Rhetoric Award for her paper, “The Polysemous Border Between North and South Korea: Metaphors for Unification at the Demilitarized Zone.” The award will be presented on November 9, at the 104th NCA Annual Convention in Salt […]

Jordin Clark recipient of the 2018 College of Liberal Arts Excellence in Teaching Award

On Tuesday, April 24, Jordin Clark received the CLA Excellence in Teaching Award in the category of Graduate Teaching Assistant. The award recognizes individuals who are instrumental in students becoming lifelong learners, critical and creative thinkers, outstanding communicators, and engaged and caring citizens of their community. Clark is one of seven students in the inaugural […]

Center celebrates decade of student-cultivated public dialogue

A program that gives CSU students real-world experience facilitating group discussions on difficult community issues celebrated its 10th anniversary this week. CSU’s Center for Public Deliberation marked its first decade at a Nov. 30 reception in the Lory Student Center attended by prominent guests such as Fort Collins Mayor Wade Troxell and state Sen. John […]

Communication Studies Launches Engaged Ph.D. Program

The Department of Communication Studies at Colorado State University announces the launch of its new doctoral program in Communication. The Ph.D. degree expands the department’s nationally-recognized graduate program, which has garnered awards based on the stature of its faculty and the quality of its graduate student mentoring. The first-ever cohort of doctoral students will begin […]