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Communication Courses Cover Wide Spectrum of Skills

Communication Courses Cover Wide Spectrum of Skills

In the fall of 2011, the Department of Communication at George Mason University offers students the opportunity to pursue education in various tracks of the discipline, which include journalism, video production, video writing and communication studies.

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Communication Experts Discuss New Media and Democracy at Panel

Communication Experts Discuss New Media and Democracy at Panel

As part of International Week, the George Mason University Communication Department and the Center for World Religions, Diplomacy & Conflict Resolution (CRDC) combined with Al Jazeera-English to present a timely panel discussion, "From Revolution to Evolution: How Emerging Media Empower Democracy", on April 11 at George Mason University's Johnson Center Cinema.

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Students Capture Milan on Camera During Summer Program

Students Capture Milan on Camera During Summer Program

Senior Suzanne Radcliffe and junior Allison Wruk, both majoring in communication, and junior Stephanie Knapp, majoring in art and visual technology, will present their photography of Milan, Italy, on Thursday, Nov. 4 between 12 and 2:30 p.m. in the second floor hallway of Science and Tech II.

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New Leaders Highlight College Faculty Transitions

New Leaders Highlight College Faculty Transitions

Over the summer, the College of Humanities and Social Sciences welcomed many new faculty and staff members, while some current college employees added other responsibilities to their slate. The Global Affairs and Biodefense programs have new directors and the Department of Public and International Affairs has a new chair.

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College Faculty Members Discuss Media

College Faculty Members Discuss Media

Three College of Humanities and Social Sciences faculty members took the stage on Monday, Sept. 20, on a Fall for the Book panel discussing today’s media climate. All three of the panelists authored recent works.

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