• Professor Ethan Tussey talks Pokemon GO in a AJC articleProfessor Tussey is featured in  an AJC article “‘Pokemon Go’: a new way for parents to bond with their teenage children“,which  considers the augmented reality game Pokemon Go in relation to family dynamics. Tussey explains to the author of the piece that Pokemon Go is a part of the “procrastination economy” and must be understood… more »
  • Professor Mary Stuckey Speaks about Rhetoric on National SecurityProfessor Mary Stuckey speaks on Rhetoric of National Security during political campaigns during the current presidential election in this article Democrats Dismiss Criticism Over Lack of Terror Talk at Convention.
The Department of Communication offers programs of study (B.A., M.A., and Ph.D.) in journalism and mass communication, public relations, speech communication and rhetoric, film/TV/new media (with rich opportunities for training in media production), and theatre.
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Teaching advocacy skills to K-12 students. Improving journalism education worldwide. Tracing political rhetoric and social change. Diagnosing media stereotyping. Mapping production industries and new media reach. Exploring race and visual culture.


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GSU offers students programs in film, TV, web and online communication production, taught in labs equipped to realize your creative vision.