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TCNJ Wins National “Program of Excellence” Award for Best Undergraduate Communication Studies Department in the US

TCNJ Wins National “Program of Excellence” Award for Best Undergraduate Communication Studies Department in the US

On Friday, November 22, 2013, TCNJ won the national Rex Smith Program of Excellence Award for best undergraduate communication studies department in the US.  The award was given to TCNJ professor John C. Pollock by professor Armeda Reitzel, vice chair of the Undergraduate College and University Section (UCUS) of the National Communication Association (NCA) atContinue Reading

TCNJ Communication Studies Student is Only Undergraduate to Present Paper at International Communication Association Conference in Shanghai

TCNJ Communication Studies Student is Only Undergraduate to Present Paper at International Communication Association Conference in Shanghai

On November 9, 2013, Jordan Kohn, a senior communication studies major, presented a paper on “Comparing Coverage of Child Labor and National Characteristics: A Cross-National Exploration” at a conference on “Communication and Social Transformation” in Shanghai sponsored by the most prestigious scholarly communication studies organization in the world, the International Communication Association (ICA). Only afterContinue Reading

Communication Studies Launches First TCNJ Health Communication Summer Internship – in South Africa!

Communication Studies Launches First TCNJ Health Communication Summer Internship – in South Africa!

In the opening of his classic work on apartheid, “Cry, the Beloved Country”, the great South African novelist Alan Paton wrote about the province of KwaZulu-Natal: “There is a lovely road that runs from Ixopo into the hills.  These hills are grass-covered and rolling, and they are lovely beyond any singing of it.” For three…

As the Semester Ends and Commencement Nears, Two Seniors Gear Up for Exciting Futures

On college campuses nationwide, the month of May is dedicated to seniors celebrating the end of their academic careers, saying goodbye to textbooks and homework assignments, and shaking the hands of their future bosses. Michelle Futerfas and U-Jin Lee are among those celebrating–but for very different reasons. Both Futerfas and Lee competed against many exceptionallyContinue Reading

Students Shine with Spring Papers at National and State Levels

TCNJ communication studies students presented multiple professional papers at state and national levels in March and April, extending scholarly paper records set by previous students. On March 29 two communication studies students were the only undergraduates in the nation selected to present refereed papers at the biannual DC Health Communication Conference held at George MasonContinue Reading

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