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New for Fall: COM Enrollment Growing with Popular Course Offerings Communication enrollment has grown in recent years, and that's partly due to some new and exciting classes that expose students to the growing field...Read Story

Message from the Dean

Alumni Spotlights

Alumni Updates --Brian Inman ('06) is the Senior Director of Corporate Membership at Technology Association of Georgia --Mario Anderson is Promotions and Marketing Director at Cumulus Media, Inc.

Brice Carr: Returning to

Scott Tomlin: An Integral

Susan Lancho:

--Kathleen Vidoloff ('11)

His Military Roots at Lockheed Martin See Story...

Part of the NBA's Dallas Mavericks See Story...

Communicating with Central Kentucky as the Primary Spokesperson for Kentucky American Water Company See Story...

is the Emergency Risk Communication Officer at Oregon Health Authority, Public Health Division --Abigail Payne ('06) is Director of Recruiting and Development at Northwestern Mutual of Louisiana- Lafayette

Faculty Spotlights

Video: An Interview with Dr. Timothy Sellnow: We sat down with Dr. Sellnow to find out more about his career in Risk Communication and hear

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about his new book that was recently published. Watch Video.

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Faculty Updates --Dr. Timothy Sellnow, along with colleague Dr. Matthew W. Seeger, recently saw the release of his new book Theorizing Crisis Communication, which “presents a comprehensive review and critique of the broad range of theoretical frameworks designed to explain the role of communication in the development, management, and consequences of natural and man-made crises.” --Dr. Alan Desantis was a guest recently on WBUR Boston’s On Point with Tom Ashbrook, where he weighed in on the problem of “Adderall on Campus.” Listen to the February 6 recording here.

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