The Department of Communication is proud to announce that GSUTV stands out as a relevant contender among the most prestigious in the television production industry after acquiring—not one, not two but—three 2018 EMMY award nominations. An Emmy Award, or simply Emmy, recognizes excellence in the television industry, and is the equivalent of an Academy Award, the… more »
Congratulations to Alexis Gaffney—student of Communication faculty Dr. Rasha Ramzy—who earned a first place prize among all oral presentations in the humanities discipline at the GSU Undergraduate Research Conference (GSURC) yesterday! GSURC is an interdisciplinary undergraduate research conference which highlights and recognizes the research taking place across Georgia State’s campus. Each year Georgia State undergraduate students… more »
Professor Mia Bloom will be part of a plenary session Children and Armed Conflict for the 2016 Noble Peace Prize Forum from June 6-8. Professor Bloom will be part of a discussion with Secretary-General on Children and Armed Conflict Leila Zerrougui. For more information please click here.
Professor Carrie Freeman’s book “Framing Farming: Communication Strategies for Animal Rights” (2014, Rodopi Press) has been announced as a National Indie Excellence Book Awards finalist in the “social/political change” book category. This is a national book awards competition for independent publishers. To read more about this award click here.
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Congratulations to Media & Society Ph.D student Megan Hodgkiss for being the 2016 Alumni Graduate Student Scholarship recipient. The Alumni Graduate Student Scholarship is awarded by the Georgia State Alumni Association.
Graduate student Zoe Carney and Professor Mary Stuckey have been awarded the Rose B. Johnson Award. The Rose B. Johnson Award is given to “the most outstanding essay” published in Southern Communication Journal in 2015. The essay is Carney, Z. Hess & M. Stuckey. 2015. The World as the American Frontier: Racialized Presidential War Rhetoric. Southern… more »
Professor Mia Bloom quoted in New York Times article “As Siblings Again Unite to Unleash Terror, Experts Ask What Drives Them,” http://www.nytimes.com/2016/03/24/world/europe/as-siblings-again-unite-to-unleash-terror-experts-ask-what-drives-them.html?_r=1
The National Communication Association (NCA) is pleased to announce the selection of Dr. M. Lane Bruner, Professor of Rhetoric and Politics at Georgia State University as the recipient of Franklyn S. Haiman Award for Distinguished Scholarship in Freedom of Expression.
The award is given annually to honor scholars whose work promotes freedom of expression. Dr.… more »
Dr. MaryAnn Romski is set to receive the Honors of the American Speech-Language Hearing Association (ASHA). The Honors of the Association is the highest award given by the ASHA and is public recognition of her distinguished and exceptional contributions to the field of speech, language and hearing over the course of her career. Dr.… more »
M. Lane Bruner, Professor of Rhetoric and Politics, Receives the National Communication Association’s 2015 Freedom of Expression Award
The National Communication Association (NCA) announced in August that an essay co-authored by M. Lane Bruner, Professor of Rhetoric and Politics, and Susan Balter-Reitz, Professor of Communication at the University of Montana, Billings, has been awarded the prestigious Franklyn S. Haiman Award for Distinguished Scholarship in Freedom of Expression.
The essay, ““Snyder v. Phelps:… more »