UGA sophomore Kyanna Simone Simpson may find herself being recognized on campus in the coming weeks thanks to a role in the HBO film adaptation of best-selling book The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Rebecca Skloot.
Dr. Tina Harris, a professor in the communication studies department in UGA’s Franklin College of Arts and Sciences, is this year’s recipient of the Engaged Scholar Award.
The department held its Spring 2017 Public Speaking Contest on April 19. Seven fabulous speakers hand-chosen by their instructors took to the stage in front of an audience of more than 200 faculty, students, friends, and family.
The University of Georgia Magazine recently interviewed communication's major Danielle Smith, recipient of the Shaw-White Family scholarship. Danielle says that "With this scholarship, I feel like people believe in me.
UGA Debate coaches Becca Steiner and Clay Stewart were both recognized as co-grad student coaches of the year at this year's Southeast Cross Examination Debate Association debate tournament at Emory University.