Atlanta: A Media CapitalWith media partners, GSU is facilitating the city’s emergence as a global media content creator.
Rendering the VisibleThe Moving Image Studies Program hosted a conference where international cinema scholars converged on campus.
Mapping Rhetorical AuthorityIn October, GSU hosted the 2014 Public Address Conference.
A New Generation of Investigative ReportersThe Lee Armstrong Endowment is helping GSU expand programs in deep reporting.
The Society for Cinema and Media Studies has recently released the program of research that will be presented at its next annual conference, set for Seattle,… more »
Houda Abadi successfully defended her dissertation prospectus last week. Abadi proposes to examine the communicative dynamics of the Arab Spring by concentrating on rural activists… more »
The most recent Theory & Event (vol. 16.4, 2013) includes a detailed and strongly positive review of Alessandra Raengo’s book, On the Sleeve of the… more »
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.
Preparing students for careers in the media industries, the nonprofit sector, academia and many other communication professions.
Everything necessary to apply to Communication programs can be done online.
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.
Join a student organization – theatre, debate, public relations, journalism history. Connect to a film or TV production. Join the Honors Program. Attend a workshop, a film screening, or a research talk.
GSU offers students programs in film, TV, web and online communication production, taught in labs equipped to realize your creative vision.