The Department of Communication Studies is one of the largest majors in the College of Liberal Arts & Sciences at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. The Communication Studies discipline focuses on the theoretical, critical, and scientific study of how humans communicate with one another in all of its forms. Read more >>
A peer-reviewed academic journal covering media and communication studies from a feminist perspective has published a commentary and criticism article written by Dr. Stephanie Norander, Executive Director of UNC Charlotte’s Communication Across the Curriculum program and Associate Professor for the Department of Communication Studies.
In Dr. Norander’s piece for Feminist Media Studies, “Kamala... Norander Critiques Responses to Kamala Harris Interruptions Read more >>
Here’s an internship experience swiped right!
Madison DeJaegher, a Communication Studies student set to graduate this year, got a write-up in publications including AdAge for her work this summer in Cincinnati where she helped design a Tinder-based recruiting tool!
Madison credits her Communication and Mass Media course with helping her learn about team management and says talking with... DeJaegher Earns Recognition for Tinder-based Tool Read more >>
They had questions, he had answers -- and both are available online! Dr. Dan Grano, Associate Professor in the Department of Communication Studies, recently shared his thoughts about his new book, The Eternal Present of Sport: Rethinking Sport and Religion, with Religion Dispatches, a series from USC Annenberg.
In the Q&A interview, Grano explains how some scholars see sport as "a form of '... USC Annenberg Q&A Explores Grano's Sport and Religion Book Read more >>
Just in case you aren't feeling your first full day of classes, here's some touching news from Dr. Rachel Plotnick, Communication Studies Department Assistant Professor.
Her article on haptic media, "Force, flatness and touch without feeling: Thinking historically about haptics and buttons," was published last week in New Media and Society: http://journals.... Feel the News: Plotnick Publication Studies Haptics Read more >>