Daniels Fund Colloquia on Ethics in Communication and the CU Denver Department of Communication present: “Click Here! Social Media, Journalism & Ethics", Sept 26

Sept. 25, 2019

Program at 6:00 p.m. | Reception at 7:30 pm 2600 Student Commons This all-star panel of Denver journalists and media producers will explore the ethical dilemmas of using social media to reach audiences and discuss how to use social media responsibly. Featuring: Kyle Clark | Anchor/Reporter, 9News Gabrielle Bryant |...

Haoxiang Liu continues receiving awards for cinematography

Sept. 10, 2019

Haoxiang “Edward” Liu (BA, Communication 2016, and Puksta Fellow) has now received four international awards for his cinematography for the short film Your Smile, shot in Beijing in 2018. Most recently, Haoxiang received the 2019 Around International Film Festival (ARFF) Barcelona Best Cinematography Award . Haoxiang has already received four...

Hamilton Bean publishes new handbook on communication and security

July 23, 2019

Hamilton Bean, Communication Department Associate Professor and Director of Graduate Studies, and Director of the International Studies Program, recently co-edited the ICA/Routledge Handbook of Communication and Security , with Bryan C. Taylor (Department of Communication, CU Boulder). The volume provides a comprehensive collection and synthesis of communication scholarship that engages...

Communication continues a productive partnership with Junior Achievement

April 23, 2019

Junior Achievement has a long standing partnership with the University of Colorado Denver, with many students volunteering in JA classrooms throughout the school year. Through their JA service learning program, CU Denver students get a taste of the lifelong impacts they can make in their communities. “We realized that you...

Foss keynoting, publishing, and honored at NCA Conference

Nov. 29, 2018

Communication Professor Sonja Foss was celebrated at the National Communication Association convention in Salt Lake City, Utah, on November 9, with a program, titled "Celebrating the Life and Career of Dr. Sonja K. Foss." Organized by Stephen Hartnett, the panel was: "to celebrate the 45-year-long career of Dr. Sonja K...

Chea won DMAA Rookie of the Year

Oct. 18, 2018

Sothary Chea, the Ethnic Studies department Program Assistant, was recognized as Rookie of the Year at the 2018 Denver Metro Admin Awards gala on October 9. Chea began her position in March 2018. In a few short months, she has transformed the culture of the Ethnic Studies department office by...

Hartnett announces Captured Words/Free Thoughts vol 15

Sept. 20, 2018

As of the Fall term, Stephen John Hartnett, Communication Professor, and the Department of Communication’s Democratic Communication Workshops program are running teams of volunteer teachers (BA, MA, and PhD students) into three Denver-area facilities: the CCC, DWCF, and Gilliam Youth Center. In line with that work, Communication is thrilled to...

Bean presents at NAS Workshop in DC

Sept. 6, 2018

On August 22, Hamilton Bean, Associate Professor of Communication, presented a "Summary of Research Findings Concerning Wireless Emergency Alerts (WEA)" at the National Academies of Sciences' Workshop in Washington, DC: Exploring Medical and Public Health Preparedness for a Nuclear Incident.

Fischer publishes on transgender media studies

Aug. 23, 2018

Assistant Professor of Communication Mia Fischer published "Queer and Feminist Approaches to Transgender Media Studies," in the Palgrave-McMillan book, Feminist Approaches to Media Theory and Research .

Hartnett and Keranen present in China

Aug. 23, 2018

Communication Professor Stephen Hartnett and Chair Lisa Keranen delivered lecture/seminars at the Advanced Summer Institute on Media and Communication at SooChow University in Suzhou, China in late June. Hartnett spoke about Trump’s rhetoric and digital culture, as well as the networks of the Russian election interference campaign, and Lisa spoke...

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