While attending the Malta Book Festival, Naomi Klein visited the memorial for slain journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, urged the Maltese government to investigate her murder, and spoke out about the importance of free expression.
To more accurately reflect the curriculum, SC&I's Ph.D. Program's name has changed to Communication, Information and Media.
SC&I Library and Information Science faculty, students and alumni will be presenting at the 2018 Association for Information Science & Technology (ASIS&T) Annual Conference in Vancouver, Canada from November 10-14. This year’s theme is “Building and Sustaining an Ethical Future with Emerging Technology.”
Communication alum Gordon Deal ’89 discusses his radio broadcasting career, starting with calling plays for Rutgers University sports at WRSU-FM.
SC&I celebrated Free Speech Week with a debate held by the nationally recognized and award-winning Rutgers University Debate Union, a video contest, and a follow-up video viewing party.
Klein will receive the doctorate in recognition of her unique work on drawing attention to the adverse effects of globalization and capitalism in the scientific and public domain.