Communication Studies Students to Host 'Students of Color: Communication, Activism, and Resistance’ June 3
Western Washington University’s Department of Communication Studies will host a panel discussion titled “Students of Color: Communication, Activism, and Resistance” at 2:45 p.m. on Monday, June 3 in Haggard Hall 345.
This presentation is free and open to the public.
The panel is presented by Communication Studies students who will present their class research based on WWU Archival Data from 1960-2019. This panel will focus on six areas within organizational communication: conflict, socialization, difference, human relation and human resources, organizational communication climate and social action, and how all of these work within the framework of social justice, communication activism and resistance.
The WWU Archives and the WWU Hacherl Research and Writing Studio are working with the students as service-learning partners.
For more information about this discussion, contact Western Washington University Associate Professor of Communication Studies Tara Perry at firstname.lastname@example.org.