The Georgia Debate Union, which is sponsored by the Department of Communication Studies, received a shout-out from UGA’s Franklin College of Arts and Sciences in their September news brief.
Distinguished Research Professor Celeste Condit will be giving a keynote address at the Scandinavian Rhetoric Society conference on September 27, 2017. The address, entitled “Making Angry Public Rhetorics Work Better for Us,” builds upon Dr.
Kristi Schaller, Senior Lecture in the Department of Communication Studies, was honored over the summer at a lunch held in appreciation of UGA's Online Learning Faculty Fellows.
E. Michele Ramsey, a graduate of the Department of Communication Studies's doctoral program and former advisee of Dr. Bonnie Dow, has received the Organization for the Study of Communication, Language, and Gender's (OSCLG) 2017 Feminist Teacher-Mentor Award.
Raka Shome, who received her PhD in Communication Studies from UGA, will receive the Charles Woolbert Award from the National Communication Association for her work in postcolonial communication and media studies.