The Journalism and Media Studies’ student-run hyperlocal news site, the Raritan River Review, celebrates its first anniversary.
Fun activities and beautiful weather, everyone had fun at the SC&I booth!
Taylor Sassman completes family triple play; matches sister Brooke with N.Y. Women in Communications Foundation Scholarship.
Debate Union sets university record as most competitively successful club/team over a five-year period.
The U.S. Court of Appeals cites credit card metadata study as it deems Section 215 of the USA Patriot Act illegal.
Cultivating Connections. Inspiring Insight.
We are dedicated to the advancement of communication theory and practice through research and public and professional outreach, as well as to preparing students to shape communication concepts and practices of the future.
We are committed to cultivating innovative journalism and media production, while grounding it in analysis of institutions and practices around democratic principles.
We seek to make significant contributions to the social development of individuals by understanding the links among people, information and technology, as well as to prepare students to lead in information rich contexts and systems.