What Career R U? Stop by on Saturday, April 25, at the SC&I booth #411 for fun and excitement! Alumni are invited to sign the "Wall of Fame!"
NYU's Laura Portwood-Stacer will speak on April 27 on "Media Refusal as Media Activism? Facebook Quitters and What They Teach Us About Lifestyle Politics."
A SC&I event that will explore the challenges and opportunities of using digital media to connect people and politics.
Communication Professor Jennifer Gibbs observes the pros and cons of social media as an internal communication tool at large companies.
The minor is a new partnership between SC&I and the Women’s and Gender Studies Department (SAS).
Aronczyk is a joint recipient of an award from the Popular Communication Division of the ICA.
Laurel J. Richie is keynote speaker at NovaCOM — SC&I’s first public relations/communications conference.
Tara D. Kelley spent two years sorting through his performances for the New York Public Library.
First annual conference draws big names in the communication and public relations industry to Rutgers.
DEADLINE EXTENDED! Enter by Monday, April 13!
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Vikki Katz is helping policymakers understand how some families actually use digital technology for education.
Aram Sinnreich spoke with Rutgers Today about what the FCC ruling in favor of the “open Internet” means.
Vivek Singh’s new research reveals your personal credit information may not be truly private.
Jerome Aumente explains what we can all learn from Brian Williams’ NBC suspension.
Mark Aakhus explores the challenges of gaining consensus when everyone has a platform.
MLS alumna Louie writes and publishes a book series on Asian Americans.
Khadijah White discusses the media coverage of this year’s Oscar ceremony with Rutgers Today.
The conference will explore how to measure and produce quality journalism.
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.