Communication Matters. Here's Why

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"A beautiful thing about communication is its ongoingness. There is always a chance to try again, to have a new conversation, to ask a question in a different way. Every time we speak or listen, communication presents a new opportunity to make, or learn, or appreciate something.That’s why...

University Honors Summer Institute Attended by Comm. Professors and Instructors

Donna Gotch, Lecturer, Hadia Bendelhoum and Angelina Burkhart, Adjunct Faculty, participated in a summer institute, co-sponsored by the University Honors Program and the Faculty Center for Excellence. They examined the potential for an integrative experience across the four core honors...

Faculty Learning Community Led by Prof. Gotch Contributes Updates to Comm 120

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Donna Gotch facilitated a program-based Faculty Learning Community with Instructors Alatorre, Patzold and Wassing participating. They examined the Communication 120: Oral Communication course and how best to review the curriculum and assessment needs. They consulted the literature on best...

Discussion with Former LA Times Publisher and CEO Eddy Hartenstein at CSUSB

Eddy Hartenstein
This February, CSUSB welcomes Emmy Award winning creator of DirecTV and Former LA Times Publisher and CEO Eddy Hartenstein. This digital pioneer gives a discussion of how artificial intelligence, digitization, and automation are fundamentally and irreversibly changing the economy and...

Deadline for Student Research Competition Entries - Dec. 7!

Student Research Competition
Participate in this year’sCSUSB Student Research Competition. This is a wonderful event for students to showcase their work and develop their presentation skills. CSUSB will be selecting participants from this competition to go on and represent CSUSB at the CSU state-wide competition in...

Digital Disconnect: Fake News, Privacy and Democracy

Film Screening: Digital Disconnect
Digital Disconnect: Fake News, Privacy and Democracy followed by a discussion facilitated by T.C. Corrigan and Rod Metts, Dept of Comm Studies Wed, Nov 14, 20182 – 4 pm Library Multimedia Center, PL-5005 Refreshments will be served “Based on the book by media historian and political...