The departments of communication and media, journalism and film will welcome international guest scholar, Dr. Enrique Uribe-Jongbloed, during the week of September 18-22, with a formal research presentation at noon, Sept. 22, in the Plaster Student Union Parliamentary Room, as
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE SPRINGFIELD—Twelve Missouri State Communication MA students will present research at the annual Sooners Communication Conference March 4 and March 5, 2011. Masters students Theresa Lochhaas, Erin Pridemore, Nathan Ross, Shireen Bedi, David Van Bebber, Lauren Ashley, Jinghua
Welcome back from the long weekend. The next two weeks will surely be a sprint to Spring Break! So, I’m sending along a few reminders this week to encourage you to apply for scholarships using the online scholarship system. Complete
Welcome all COM majors, minors, and graduate students, It’s been awhile since I’ve posted on the blog, so I wanted to reintroduce myself and the blog itself. My name is Dr. Kelly Wood, and I’m head of the department of
Things you need to know about registration for spring 2011, and two other upcoming events I recommend.
This was the first year I participated in COM Week events. I had heard of it before, but never made it to any of the events. I began the week with some preconceived expectations and assumptions, but I
What’s going on this week? There are two workshops you may still attend this week, Tuesday & Wednesday. Each workshop provides a unique opportunity to get one-on-one contact with local alums about careers in COM and applying for scholarships. Each
What is COM Week really all about? September 20-24 is COM WEEK: Lead, Engage, Change. We host this event every fall semester in order to provide you with an opportunity to interact with alums who are willing to share their career
See the new face of Craig hall and find out about what’s going on in Communication this semester.
Do you remember teachers asking you that question when you returned to school after summer? It’s a classic first day of class activity no matter what grade level. I like to ask that question of my new students as an