Stop by the Open House in Journalism 106 betweeen 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. to eat pizza,enter to win prizes and learn more about majors, minors, undergrad research, internships, ASC Career Service, grad studies and the school's student orgs.
The School of Communication is soliciting applications until Oct. 15 for social media analytics and strat comm assistant professors positions for autumn 2016.
PhD student Rachel Neo publishes article in International Journal of Public Opinion Research.
HBR article explores Why Sex and Violence Don’t Sell.
In two new papers in journals, Zheng (Joyce) Wang suggests that thinking in a quantum-like way enables humans to confront complex questions and make important decisions despite limited mental resources.
David Clementson’s paper explores "When does a Presidential Candidate seem Presidential and Trustworthy? Campaign Messages Through the Lens of Language Expectancy Theory."
Paper receives 2015 Lynda Lee Kaid Best Published Paper in Political Communication Award. Kelly Garrett is lead author, PhD students Rachel Neo and Aysenur Dal and alumnus Ben Johnson co-authored.
Faculty and current, former PhD students co-author Top Faculty Paper and Top Theory Paper, Communication Theory and Methodology Division, AEJMC.
Comm students help interdisciplinary OSU team win first place in a competition to reengineer a 2016 Chevrolet Camaro into a performance hybrid.
Fifteen students attend the International Communication Association Conference, first-authoring 21 papers and posters and co-authoring 13 more.
Phokeng Dailey and Kelly Dillon participate in National Communication Association event at the University of Missouri.