SC&I Alums Make Virtual Trip Back to Campus

Three SC&I graduates came back to campus – virtually – to give insights to students about job searches and the workplace, in an online panel discussion conducted by the MCM/MHCI Graduate Student Association (GSA).

Faculty and Students Participated in the 7th Biennial D.C. Health Communication Conference

SC&I faculty members and student scholars participated in the 7th biennial D.C. Health Communication Conference (DCHC), sponsored by George Mason University’s Department of Communication and Center for Health and Risk Communication. Held April 27-29, DCHC celebrated its 11th anniversary this year with the theme “Health Communication for a Changing World.”

Monica Soveja MHCI’22 Reflects on Her Education and Shares Take-Aways

Monica Soveja MHCI’22 is among the first graduates of our Master of Health Communication and Information (MHCI) program. In this interview with SC&I, she shared her background, thoughts on the program, and advice for anyone interested in studying the communication, information, and media aspects of health-related policies and practices at the graduate level.