SoC Announces 8th Annual James W. Carey Memorial Lecture: “Fighting the Politics of Illusion”

Anyone who considers themselves a member of "Gen Z," or those who are concerned with technology, democracy, and the public good, are invited to Edward E. Tywoniak's James W. Carey Memorial Lecture on Wednesday, September 26th. Tywoniak's talk is titled "Fighting the Politics of Illusion: Technology, Democracy and the Public Good," and it will address … Continue reading SoC Announces 8th Annual James W. Carey Memorial Lecture: “Fighting the Politics of Illusion”

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Award-Winning Investigative Reporter Marisa Kwiatkowski (’05) to Inaugurate School of Communications Speaker Series in March

In 2016, Indianapolis Star investigative reporter Marisa Kwiatkowski received a tip about a lawsuit being filed against USA Gymnastics, which is based in Indianapolis. With her Star investigative colleagues Mark Alesia and Tim Evans, Kwiatkowksi started looking through the files she collected. What they revealed through their reporting would lead to the arrest, trial, and sentencing of national … Continue reading Award-Winning Investigative Reporter Marisa Kwiatkowski (’05) to Inaugurate School of Communications Speaker Series in March

National Radio Hall of Fame Inductee Discusses Five-Decade Broadcast Career

For a time in the 1970s, John Records Landecker was among the most listened-to voices in the country. As the nighttime DJ for Chicago radio station WLS, Landecker's voice was broadcast over a 50,000-watt clear channel signal to millions across the country. Landecker was 25 years old, and his career was just getting started. WLS … Continue reading National Radio Hall of Fame Inductee Discusses Five-Decade Broadcast Career

Advertising & PR Professor Presents Research to Nonprofit Professionals

A significant part of the work of a nonprofit organization is fundraising, which means communicating with prospective donors about the organization. While this might seem like a straightforward informational transaction, research published by Professor Tim Penning of the School of Communications' Advertising and Public Relations major reveals new insights into what donors themselves might be … Continue reading Advertising & PR Professor Presents Research to Nonprofit Professionals

Multimedia Journalism Student Broadcast Takes First Place in Annual Competition

In its first season airing on WGVU, "West Side Stories," a Multimedia Journalism student-produced entertainment program, won First Place in the "Daily Newscast" category of the Michigan Association of Broadcasters' Student Awards (College Television division). The winning episode was dated November 1, 2017, and the student awardees, announced by the MAB on January 25, were … Continue reading Multimedia Journalism Student Broadcast Takes First Place in Annual Competition

Multimedia Journalism Professor Gives BGSU Commencement Address

On December 15, 2017, Professor of Multimedia Journalism Vandana Pednekar-Magal delivered the commencement address to graduates of Bowling Green State University. In her remarks, Pednekar-Magal stressed the transitional nature of college graduation, and advised graduates to reflect on their experiences and prepare to respond to life's challenges as they emerge. "Your intellectual pursuits, your diligence, … Continue reading Multimedia Journalism Professor Gives BGSU Commencement Address

Communication Studies Student Featured in Nationally Recognized “It’s On Us” Video

https://youtu.be/gx6AkqWzEHo Communication Studies major Jeannine Lane is featured in a nationally recognized video created for It's On Us, a campaign started in 2014 by the Obama administration to end sexual assault. Lane's participation in the campaign started in August 2016. A member of the Tri Sigma sorority, she took part in an August 2016 It's On … Continue reading Communication Studies Student Featured in Nationally Recognized “It’s On Us” Video