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Kami Silk, Professor and Department Chair
The major in Communication is designed around two central goals: increasing
knowledge about communication processes and their impact on society; and
developing communication skills and competencies. In pursuing these
goals, the Department of Communication has adopted a social and behavioral
science orientation toward the study of human communication. All majors
study communication in a wide variety of contexts, including interpersonal and
media communication in both mediated and face-to-face settings. A broad
spectrum of classes enables students to critically analyze communication as
well as recognize their own ethical responsibilities to self and
community. The communication faculty is also committed to turning theory
into effective skills for speaking, critical thinking, writing, and media
production so that academic knowledge and experience extend beyond the
classroom into future opportunities for our students.
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