Read More - Spring alumni panel features four recent alumni
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 […]
Read More - Study with us this summer!
Taking a course during CSU’s summer session offers wonderful benefits such as a significantly reduced course length, small class size, and more. Enrollment opens today! Just head to summer.colostate.edu to learn more. Communication Studies is offering dozens of sections of classes this summer in four-, eight-, and 12-week terms from May 15 through August 6. […]
Read More - Communication Studies Students Excel in Undergraduate Research
In February, communication scholars from all over the western US gathered in Phoenix, Arizona for the annual Western States Communication Association (WSCA) conference. Among them were two CSU communication studies majors, Olivia Birg and Izzy Henry.
Read More - Queer Memory Project Celebrates LGBT History Month
LGBT History Month October is LGBT History Month, an annual opportunity to celebrate and learn about the historical figures and significant events that built today’s queer community and moved our society toward acceptance. For years the history of these marginalized communities was hidden, overlooked, or even destroyed, but programs like the Queer Memory Project of […]
Read More - New CSU alumna launches into the film industry
Transitioning from a high schooler to a professional wasn’t easy for Jennifer, but she credits CSU for providing an environment that supports students through this challenging time. “What made CSU stand out to me was the abundance of resources that CSU programs provided. I also had fantastic professors who not only cared about my academics but my personal well-being,” she says.
Read More - “Adding amusement to anxiety: Uses of humor in informal caregiver support groups”
Michelle Matter’s paper published in Communication Quarterly Ph.D. student Michelle Matter has published the paper “Adding amusement to anxiety: Uses of humor in informal caregiver support groups” in Communication Quarterly. Summary from Matter: I analyzed support groups for informal caregivers of people with dementia, in which humor and laughter were fairly common. I sorted the […]
Read More - Student film festival starts new annual tradition
The Through the Student Lens Film Festival—the first and only film festival created for CSU students and alumni—got its start just as the pandemic forced festivals and events all over the world to go virtual. Thankfully the festival’s founder, Teaching Associate Professor and professional filmmaker Usama Alshaibi, chose to persevere. With the help of dedicated student volunteers and staff, Through the Student Lens (TSL) hosted its first in-person premiere on April 21, 2022 in Eddy Hall.
Read More - Center for Public Deliberation heads to Delaware for new conference on civil discourse
The past few years haven’t been an easy time to champion civil discourse in America, but several CSU students are taking on the challenge. Last month, four student interns with CSU’s Center for Public Deliberation (CPD) were invited to the inaugural Stavros Niarchos Foundation (SNF) Ithaca Initiative National Student Dialogue in Wilmington, Delaware.
Read More - Study with us this summer!
Taking a course during CSU’s summer session offers wonderful benefits such as a significantly reduced course length, small class size, and more. There’s still time to enroll! Just head to summer.colostate.edu to learn more. Communication Studies is offering dozens of sections of classes this summer in four-, eight-, and 12-week terms from May 16 through […]
Read More - Eight new students named to renowned national honor society
Eight exceptional undergraduate Communication Studies students were awarded this month with inductions into CSU’s Mu Sigma Chapter of Lambda Pi Eta, the undergraduate honor society of the National Communication Association. Lambda Pi Eta is a prestigious organization that requires high academic marks and commitment to the field of communication of its student members throughout their […]