Chung speaks with NPR’s The World about the Korean “revenge” movie genre

Professor of Film and Media Studies Hye Seung Chung recently spoke with The World, NPR’s only international news program, about the importance of contextualizing the violence in Korean “revenge” films within Korea’s political and cultural history. You can listen to the episode containing her interview here.  Earlier this year, Chung was also quoted in a […]

Professor Martín Carcasson interviewed on the Media Diversity Institute podcast

Martín Carcasson and Coloradoan newspaper executive editor Eric Larsen interviewed on Media Diversity Institute’s MDI Global podcast: “How is deliberative journalism connecting communities?” On February 9, 2023, Media Diversity Institute’s Tanya Saksewski interviewed Professor Martín Carcasson and the Fort Collins Coloradoan newspaper’s executive editor Eric Larsen on the new MDI Global podcast. In this inaugural […]

M.A. Graduate Finds Success Connecting People

Clarence Sanon, ’22, demonstrated excellent communication skills early on. At age 12, he was already a door-to-door salesman, “selling Black Pages (think Yellow Pages, but just black-owned businesses).” Fast forward to his time as an M.A. student in Communication Studies at CSU, where Clarence enjoyed further honing those skills. Bridging gaps and communicating differences Clarence […]

Professor Martín Carcasson interviewed on the Follow-up Question podcast

Martín Carcasson interviewed on Michael Ashford’s Follow-up Question podcast: “Solving our most wicked problems together at the local level” On October 31, 2022, professional communicator and marketing executive Michael Ashford interviewed Professor Martín Carcasson on his podcast, The Follow-up Question. In the episode, “Solving our most wicked problems together at the local level,” Carcasson discusses […]

Professor Nick Marx weighs in on the return of sketch comedy

Nick Marx interviewed by the CBC on resurgence of sketch comedy television In a recent Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) article covering the return of the popular Canadian sketch comedy show Kids in the Hall, which originally aired in the 90s, Marx explained, “The rise of social media and YouTube has made it tougher for new […]

In the news: Professor Nick Marx’s new book

Earlier this month, Associate Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies Nick Marx’s new book, That’s Not Funny: How the Right Makes Comedy Work for Them, coauthored with Boston College Associate Professor and Chair of the Communication Department Matt Sienkiewicz, was published by University of California Press. (Our blog post about the book can be found […]

Professor Karrin Vasby Anderson interviewed on the NCA Podcast

Karrin Vasby Anderson interviewed on the National Communication Association Podcast: “Tips for Getting Published in an Academic Journal” On May 16, 2022, the National Communication Association interviewed Professor Karrin Vasby Anderson on their podcast. In the episode, “Tips for Getting Published in an Academic Journal,” Anderson helps “to answer common questions related to successfully preparing […]

Professor Martín Carcasson interviewed by Colorado Public Radio on NoCo Deliberative Journalism Project

Martín Carcasson interviewed by KUNC’s Colorado Edition on his work with the Northern Colorado Deliberative Journalism Project Professor Martín Carcasson is the Director of the Center for Public Deliberation (CPD), which is housed in the Department of Communication Studies at CSU. The CPD is part of the core team behind the NoCo Deliberative Journalism Project⁠—a […]