Scholarship Research Week celebrates the ongoing research and creative work conducted in our college, with speakers from our full breadth of subjects, including Journalism, Media Studies, Strategic Communication, Communication Studies, Performing Arts and Digital Media.
Interviews with full-time faculty members are conducted as part of this program in order to learn about and promote their research and creative projects.
On Thursday, April 25th, we will hold our annual scholarship symposium. This year, the symposium will feature an alumni address from Dr. David Brinker from 2:15 - 3:00 pm in Marquette Hall, Room 200. The symposium will then culminate with a scholarship reception. Events are open to the public unless otherwise noted.
Please check out our list of events to learn more about this year's events.
Dr. Kati Berg discusses the importance of addressing social corporate responsibility in the field of strategic communication.
Dr. Bonnie Brennen discusses a pressing issue in the journalism industry. Her recent research focused on the public's challenge of distinguishing legitimate news from propaganda, publicity and public relations.
Professor Joseph Brown discusses his documentary Operation Wolf Patrol, which is a multi-year project.
Dr. Garner examines the "cultural narratives" the press tells us about contraception.
Professor Krajec discusses her work as a costume designer and contributions to our theatre arts department.
While conducting research at the Carter Library, Dr. Steven Goldzwig had the pleasure to meet the former president.
Dr. James Pokrywczynski spent his sabbatical in Barcelona researching Olympic sponsorship.