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Amanda Fernandez won "Best Student Media Representative" at the 2015 Inland Empire Media Awards. She was honored for her relentless work as student operations manager at Coyote Radio, supervisor and mentor to students working in that department, and public relations assistant to the Grammy winning Avila family.
The California State Assembly recognized the achievement Communication Studies Department's chapter of the Public Relations Students' Society of America.
Alumnus Anthony Donatelli '15 works on-air for the CBS Inland Empire radio station KFROG.
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.
The CSUSB Center for Islamic and Middle Eastern Studies (Dr. Ece Algan, Director) hosted Nobel Peace Prize laureate Dr. Shirin Ebadi for a lecture in Coussoulis Arena on October 22. The lecture, entitled "Ways to Fight Islamic Fundamentalism," was attended by more than 800 members of the CSUSB community and the public.
National Communication Association convention, November 19-22, Las Vegas, NV.
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Department of Communication Studies
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