STUDY ABROAD IN ZIMBABWE THIS SUMMER!
Join Dr. Rick Malleus for an Information Session about Zimbabwe.
January 29, 2018, 6-7 p.m., Building 1103, 3rd Floor Lounge.
Zimbabwe INFO SESSION flyer.
How business leaders can stand in support of the #MeToo movement
Instructor Ruchika Tulshyan just had an article published on CNBC. Click here to view.
Seattle University's social justice mission is up close and personal for Areesa Somani, class of 2017. As a Muslim-American, Somani chose to research hate speech for her Strategic Communications class project. Her activism and passion for service landed her an internship at President Obama's White House. Read more.
The Communication Department’s Sharon James Lecture Event
“Competing Newspaper Agendas: What Are Zimbabweans Thinking About?”
By Dr. Rick Malleus
Wednesday, April 5th, 2017, 6-8pm in Casey Commons
Refreshments will be served! Download the flyer.
Pinkwashing: do you know where your money goes? Pink ribbons. Pink shoes. Pink gloves. Athletes, companies, and movie stars use pink to promote products and raise breast cancer awareness. Student Uyen Le worked with Professor Caitlin Ring Carlson to develop ethical standards for breast cancer awareness campaigns. Read the article and watch the video here.
On a trip to New York City during his junior year at Seattle U, Nick McCarvel '08 walked into the office of Tennis Magazine and asked about an internship. Eight years after graduating with a degree in journalism, McCarvel covers major sporting events of all types every continent. Read the article here.
The Professor John R. Talevich Memorial Scholarship for students in the Communication Department supports internship opportunities, noted Department Chair Chris Paul. Details here.
Communication Professor Sonora Jha, PhD, published "On Spine and Crown" in Seattle, City of Literature (2015, Sasquatch Books). The anthology of Seattle writers is a collection of essays, history, and personal stories that pay tribute to Seattle’s literary heritage. More here.