Welcome to the Department of Communication Studies website. This site is provided for current and future students, faculty, and anyone else who wants to learn about our activities. In addition to providing the latest news from students and faculty in our department, this site provides several resources for current students. These resources include internship opportunities, upcoming events, departmental clubs, course scheduling, and advising. For graduate students, we present information about our program and how to apply to our program. Feel free to browse our site and be sure to contact us if you have any questions.

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Undergraduate student Carrera Allread was honored for her academic achievement in the College of Arts and Letters during the commencement ceremony in June.

The Debate Team received top honors at the "Sleet and Snow Forensic Invitational" at Concordia University of Nebraska.


Dr. T.C. Corrigan’s article "Media and Cultural Industries Internships: A Thematic Review and Digital Labor Parallels" has just been published in a special issue of the journal Communication, Capitalism & Critique.

Dr. Mihaela Popescu's co-authored article "Big Data Analytics and the Limits of Privacy Management" has been accepted for publication in the top media studies journal New Media and Society.

In July, Dr. Bradford Owen co-directed the one-month CSUSB London Summer Program for the third consecutive year, with 20 students participating. 

Public lecture organized by Dr. Ece Algan, Director, CIMES: Patricia Billing, "Messaging (and) the Middle East: The politics of publishing in and about the region, and translation as communication." John M. Pfau Library, PL 4005, 2-3:30 pm.

International Communication Association Convention, May 21-25, 2015, San Juan, Puerto Rico.

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Department of Communication Studies
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