Speech Team Earns Wins in PA

The UNC Charlotte Speech Team traveled to Westchester, Pa., Oct. 13 and 14, to compete against students from St. Joseph’s University, George Mason University, Seton Hall University, James Madison University, Suffolk College and others at their first tournament of the season.  Students Rebecca De Luna, Misty Morin and Samantha Darwin competed in persuasive speaking, poetry interpretation,... Speech Team Earns Wins in PA Read more >>

Jiang to help lead publication, webinar

Dr. Min Jiang, Associate Professor of Communication Studies and Chair of the Confucius Institute Faculty Advisory Council, has taken on leadership roles, both long- and short-term. Starting in January 2019, Dr. Jiang will begin her four-year tenure as Associate Editor at Sage journal Communication & the Public. This international, peer-reviewed journal publishes “both theoretical and... Jiang to help lead publication, webinar Read more >>

New Text Examines End-of-Life Communication

Congratulations to Professor Christine Davis on the release of her new book, Talking Though Death. Co-authored with Deborah C. Breede, the book examines communication at the end-of-life from perspectives including interpersonal (patient, provider, family), mediated, and cultural. With author-conducted research as well as the research of others, the conversational, narrative text aims to... New Text Examines End-of-Life Communication Read more >>

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Ezine 2018 Available Now

  The 2018 edition of our departments Ezine is now available! Included in this year's issue: Student Spotlight: Jacqueline Sanchez,Alumni Establishes Graduate Students Travel Scholarship,Student Spring Break in Ireland,Tim Horne Reflects on Tenure in Forensics,Jaime Bochantin is New Graduate Program Director, A Meeting of Four Department Chairs and much more!    Ezine 2018 Available Now Read more >>

Special Section Considers (Un)civil Digital Society

A special journal section of the International Journal of Communication. has become available, "(Un)civil Society in Digital China." The section, co-edited by Dr. Min Jiang, UNC Charlotte associate professor of Communication Studies, explores an authoritarian state uses the Chinese Internet to concentrate and solidify its power -- in the name of civility, rationality, and order. The section also... Special Section Considers (Un)civil Digital Society Read more >>