Lisa Keränen Gives Inaugural Symposium Lecture in Paris

March 2, 2023

Lisa Keränen, Associate Professor and Chair of Communication, gave the inaugural lecture at Biocriticism 2023-Through the Microscope , a symposium organized at the Sorbonne Nouvelle in Paris. Her talk was entitled “Biocriticism as Inventional Practice: The Case of Global Health Security.” Other speakers in the series include Frédérique Aït-Touati, who...

Sarah K. Fields Inducted into National Academy of Kinesiology Fellows

Nov. 3, 2022

Communication Department, Professor Sarah K. Fields, was inducted as a Fellow in the National Academy of Kinesiology (NAK) on October 1. Fields became the 616 th domestic Fellow since the NAK was founded in 1926, and only 200 active fellows may exist at any time. A standout in her induction...

Announcing the Launch of the CU Denver Alumni-in-Residence Program

Sept. 8, 2022

LynxConnect and the Office of Alumni Relations is launching the Alumni-in-Residence (AIR) program to connect students with accomplished alumni for one-on-one or small group career and industry advice. Students can sign up for a 30-minute in-person or Zoom appointment in a dedicated working space to ask specific career questions or...

Hamilton Bean Continues to Contribute to Marshall Fire Alerts Investigation

Aug. 24, 2022

9News recently released a video and post following up on the issues the emergency response system had during the Marshall Fire in December, the most destructive wildfire in Colorado history. They worked with Associate Professor of Communication, Hamilton Bean, author of the award-winning book Mobile Technology and the Transformation of...

Sarah Field Awarded Prestigious National Academy of Kinesiology Fellowship

May 11, 2022

Communication Professor Sarah Fields was recently selected as a Fellow in the National Academy of Kinesiology (USA). Election into the Academy is a sign of the high esteem and respect your peers hold for your scholarship and leadership in the field. Congratulations on achieving one of the highest honors our...

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Ai Addyson-Zhang is Using Her ICB Education to Create Classrooms Without Walls

April 28, 2022

As a former professor, International College Beijing Communications alum (BA, 2003) Ai Addyson-Zhang saw firsthand how a traditional school curriculum wasn't serving her students—who were terrified of failure, stressed, and lacking real-world skills. Addyson-Zhang shares how these observations, along with her own struggles as a student, inspired her to launch...

Hamilton Bean Receives Book Award and Publishes on International Mobile Alert Harmonization

Nov. 25, 2021

Hamilton Bean, Associate Professor of Communication, recently received the Sue DeWine Distinguished Scholarly Book Award for Mobile Technology and the Transformation of Public Alert and Warning (Praeger Security International) from the Applied Communication Division of the National Communication Association, an award which will be conferred later this month at the...

Catalina de Onís Wins Book Award in Environmental Communication

Oct. 28, 2021

Catalina de Onís, Assistant Professor of Communication, received the 2021 Tarla Rai Peterson Book Award in Environmental Communication, which will be conferred at the annual meeting of the National Communication Association in Seattle, WA, in November. de Onís’s book, Energy Islands: Metaphors of Power, Extractivism, and Justice in Puerto Rico...

Sarah Fields and Team Win August Steinhilber Award

Sept. 29, 2021

Communication Professor Sarah Fields was part of a team whose amicus legal brief in Alston v. NCAA helped change history for college athletes. That team recently received the Education Law Association’s August Steinhilber Award for the Best Legal Brief of the Year. The award committee wrote that the brief "was...

Stephen J. Hartnett Continues publishing on China/Taiwan Relations

June 17, 2021

Professor of Communication Stephen J. Hartnett just published a new book, A World of Turmoil: The United States, China, and Taiwan in the Long Cold War . The United States, the People’s Republic of China, and Taiwan have danced on the knife’s edge of war for more than seventy years...

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