Our graduate committee was beyond impressed by the nominations they received this year for the Excellence in Teaching Award at the M.A. and Doctoral levels. Communication Studies graduate students are doing amazing work and are making phenomenal contributions in the classroom! Congratulations to the winners of this year’s awards, Hayley Hasberger (M.A. Student) and Michelle […]
Last month, two student interns with CSU’s Center for Public Deliberation were invited to the annual Stavros Niarchos Foundation Ithaca Initiative National Student Dialogue in Wilmington, Delaware. The National Student Dialogue launched in 2022 to engage students, faculty, and academic staff in developing civil discourse tools and skills to utilize at their universities nationwide.
Martín Carcasson’s article published in the American Press Institute Professor and Center for Public Deliberation Director Martín Carcasson has published the article “How local opinion sections can transform into public forums: Insights from public deliberation” in the American Press Institute. Excerpt: I am a deliberative practitioner, a relatively new career choice that I believe will […]
A number of Communication Studies faculty and students are being recognized by CSU’s College of Liberal Arts for their outstanding work this year. Congratulations to all the award recipients! College of Liberal Arts Awards The following Communication Studies faculty and students will receive their awards at the April 25, 2023 All-College Meeting & Awards Ceremony. […]
Each year, CSU celebrates the teaching, research, and service achievements of our students, alumni and friends, faculty, and staff as part of the Celebrate! Colorado State Awards. See all award recipients here. The Department of Communication Studies is pleased to be home to two Celebrate! Colorado State award recipients this year. Professor Hye Seung Chung […]
Hye Seung Chung’s article published in Situations: Cultural Studies in the Asian Context Professor Hye Seung Chung has published the paper “Fending Off Darkness, Uplifting National Cinema: Korean Film Censorship and The Stray Bullet” in Situations: Cultural Studies in the Asian Context. Abstract: Marshalling archival evidence of state censorship documents, this paper challenges the established […]
On Wednesday, April 12, 2023, Associate Professor Meara Faw will be a featured presenter for the College of Liberal Arts’ Great Conversations program. Her talk will focus on her research on interpersonal communication and health. Faw’s work with local nonprofits on dementia and caregiver research Faw, who runs the Research in Interpersonal Communication Collaborative as […]
On March 23 in the Lory Student Center, Xochitl Ramirez Amaro (’20, Campus Advisor at the Denver Scholarship Foundation), Andrea Hernandez (’21, Community Outreach and Engagement Specialist at Aurora Community Connection), Kailey Petro (’19, Public Health Account Executive at Fors Marsh), and Luke White (’18, Partner Manager at Walmart Connect) spoke about their careers and […]