Communication and Media

News Archive

Wednesday, Dec 8, 2010
Eight graduate students from Dr. Laura Terlip's Seminar in Organizational Communication will be participating in panels and the Central States Communication Association Conference in Milwaukee in... more

Tuesday, Dec 7, 2010
The UNI Forensics team just completed its last round of weekend tournaments for the semester. Richard Tews, Kiran Dhillon, and I took the debate team to the University of Iowa for the A. Craig Baird... more

Monday, Nov 29, 2010
In a unique partnership between the Communication Studies Department and Price Lab School (PLS) this semester, PLS 6th graders came up to UNI's multimedia labs, and UNI students--who had just learned... more

Tuesday, Nov 16, 2010
UNI's Interpreters Theatre hosted an interactive simulation related to immigration November 9-12, 2010. Conceived and directed by Angela Glunz, Journey through the Night was an interactive simulation... more

Friday, Nov 12, 2010
In the past few weeks, the UNI Individual Events Speech Team has been out and about to three tournaments (TCFL #1 on October 19; MAFL #3/4 on October 23-24). Michael Taylor picked up his first two... more

Friday, Nov 12, 2010
Communication Studies major Eva Andersen, a senior from Center Point, was showcased on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno on Nov. 10, 2010, for a “Jaywalking All-Stars” segment.  Tonight Show producers... more

Wednesday, Oct 27, 2010
Investigative writer, activist and public interest organization consultant John Stauber spoke at the University of Northern Iowa on Monday, Nov. 8, in the Lang Hall Auditorium. His lecture, "Toxic... more

Thursday, Oct 14, 2010
 The Department of Communication Studies hosted the sixth annual Fast Forward electronic media workshop on Oct. 1, bringing working professionals with career insights to college students from across... more

Monday, Oct 11, 2010
Tami Spry, professor of performance studies at St. Cloud State University in Minnesota, will perform “Call It Swing: A Jazz Blues Autoethnography,” October 15 at 3 p.m. in the Communication Studies... more