Communication Studies

When Rae Lynn Schwartz-DuPre, Western Professor of Communication Studies and Women, Gender & Sexuality Studies, pulled out the first Curious George book to read to her children, she found herself awestruck.

“When I first read that book to my two young children, it became evident that…

After serving Western and the Communication Studies department for over two decades, Department Manager Ann Reynolds will log off for the last time on Friday, Aug. 7. 

Reynolds first came to Western as a student; as an undergrad, she dreamed of becoming a junior high…

Event Description: High school and middle school students across the country from WWU’s College Quest Program, will be on campus for the week to gain college experience. These 9th, 10th, and 11th grade students are currently taking Introduction to Communication and…

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…

Western Washington University Assistant Professor of Communication Studies Rita Daniels has been invited to attend the Social Justice Training Institute in Springfield, Massachusetts this June.

The goal of the Social Justice Training Institute is to encourage educators and students alike…

Western’s campus is once again coming alive this summer with the excitement of high school students.

Come and check out the fun from 1:30-3 p.m. on Friday, June 29, with Tara Perry and her Communications 197 class at the Underground Coffeehouse in the Viking Union.

Perry’s…

The Department of Communication Studies will host its Social Justice Film Series in collaboration with its #endhomelessnesswwu project from 5-7 p.m.on Wednesday, March 1 in Fraser Hall 102. The event will present a selection of visual expressions by students, faculty, and…

A service-learning project that began with students offering backpacks to the homeless has evolved into a full-blown film festival and educational campaign.

While brainstorming ideas for a service-learning project in 2014, Associate Professor of Communication Studies Tara Perry and a…

Western Washington University senior Kevin Miller can’t wait to see the new movie “Almost Christmas” because the major feature film opening Nov. 11 includes a song he wrote and sings.

The song, titled “I’m the Man,” will be part of  “Almost…

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