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TCNJ Lauded for Elaborating the Swarthmore Liberal Arts Model

TCNJ Lauded for Elaborating the Swarthmore Liberal Arts Model

With colleges and universities under mounting pressure to produce quickly employable grads, one wonders whether the model of the small liberal arts college—which advocates seminar-style teaching and espouses values of respect, tolerance, and living simply—is transferable.

National Healthcare Activist Regina Holliday Visits The College

National Healthcare Activist Regina Holliday Visits The College

Regina Holliday, a healthcare advocate, shared her emotional past that motivated her to make a difference. On February 19th, 2014, Holliday came to visit Professor Yifeng Hu’s “New Media and Health Communication” class to discuss her nation-wide movement, The Walking Gallery. She also presented her inspiring story to a large audience of students and facultyContinue Reading

Communication Studies Seniors Gear Up for Exciting Grad Schools and Careers in Health

Communication Studies Seniors Gear Up for Exciting Grad Schools and Careers in Health

As the semester winds down and the weather warms up, seniors across campus are seen standing in line to pick up their graduation caps and gowns, finalizing post-graduation party plans, and saying some of their last goodbyes.  Ashley Reed, Maidel de la Cruz, Jordan Kohn, and Kelsey Zinck are among those taking part in theContinue Reading

Department Commencement Information

Department Commencement Information

Dear Communication Studies Graduates, You and your family are very cordially invited to participate in the Commencement Ceremony for the Department of Communication Studies. The Department’s ceremony will take place at 3:00PM on Thursday, May 15th in the Packer South Gym. The Packer South Gym will be setup with chairs and bleachers, so there will be plenty ofContinue Reading

TCNJ Communication Studies Students Victorious in Human Rights Spring Scholarship

TCNJ Communication Studies Students Victorious in Human Rights Spring Scholarship

On Saturday, April 12, communication studies students were victorious in presenting refereed papers on coverage of human rights claims at national and state scholars’ conferences. The topics ranged from cross-national coverage of HIV/AIDS  ((right to access to health care services, in particular emergency medical treatment) and rape and rape culture (right to personal security) toContinue Reading

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