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Congratulations to our Award Winners!

Congratulations to our Award Winners!

Congratulations again to all our highly talented and impressive students! Without you, our department would not be what it is! You make things better and your enthusiasm and efforts do not go unnoticed!

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2011 #MasonCOMM Alum:  Roxanne Sutton

2011 #MasonCOMM Alum: Roxanne Sutton

Sutton serves as the director of communication for the National Recreation and Park Association. Starting as a marketing and communications specialist, Sutton has climbed the corporate ladder. As director of communication Sutton works on social media strategy, email marketing, media relations, all things writing, and hosts a weekly podcast.

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Melissa Broeckelman-Post Elected Faculty Senate Chair

Melissa Broeckelman-Post Elected Faculty Senate Chair

Melissa Broeckelman-Post, associate professor of communication, has been elected to serve as the chair of Mason's Faculty Senate, stepping into the position previously held by Shannon Davis, who begins a new post as associate dean for faculty and academic affairs at Mason’s Korea campus.

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Alumna Chelsea Norman Bringing Communication Expertise Across the Country

Alumna Chelsea Norman Bringing Communication Expertise Across the Country

 “Interactive, resourceful, and fun” are three words Norman used to describe George Mason University’s communication program. “We have such great professors that are really engaged and are always pushing you to go beyond and push yourself,” said Norman. Norman also emphasized the numerous opportunities and resources George Mason communication students have access to, given the campus’s proximity to the D.C. area.

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Faculty Feature: Mathis Cannot Imagine Doing Anything Else

Faculty Feature: Mathis Cannot Imagine Doing Anything Else

Sara Mathis is an Assistant Professor and the Basic Course Coordinator for the Department of Communication. In these roles she is responsible for not only teaching students but training and supervising instructors for COMM 101: Fundamentals of Communication. Mathis loves her job so much, she claims she cannot imagine doing anything else.

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