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Pulitzer Prize Winner Joins DePaul Center for Journalism Integrity & Excellence

Pulitzer Prize Winner Joins DePaul Center for Journalism Integrity & Excellence

Foundational. That is the word Ben Welsh uses to describe his four years at DePaul University. Now the 2004 graduate and current... read more

Congratulations to Our 2021 Tenured & Promoted Faculty

Congratulations to Our 2021 Tenured & Promoted Faculty

As we kick off the 2021-22 academic year, we have a lot to celebrate. For one, DePaul is returning to more in-person classes. After a year... read more

Introducing the MA in Professional Communication

Introducing the MA in Professional Communication

​ Matt Ragas, an associate professor in DePaul's College of Communication, directs the newly approved master's in... read more

Alexandra Murphy Named Interim Dean for the College of Communication

Alexandra Murphy Named Interim Dean for the College of Communication

Provost Salma Ghanem announced Alexandra Murphy will serve as the interim dean for the College of Communication. Murphy has been serving as... read more

A Talk with a Journalism Legend

A Talk with a Journalism Legend

For more than 40 years, Chicagoans have relied on Carol Marin to give them the news—straight and unbiased. In December, still at the top of... read more

The Art of Alvin Hollingsworth

The Art of Alvin Hollingsworth

Over the summer of 2020, in the wake of global protests demanding social justice following the death of George Floyd, I began writing an... read more

Faculty Release Third Book on Strategic Communications

Faculty Release Third Book on Strategic Communications

Business acumen has emerged as a critical competency for communicators and young professionals. This book contains everything readers... read more

Comic Book Researcher: How the Marvel Universe Reflects Science and Society

Comic Book Researcher: How the Marvel Universe Reflects Science and Society

A new exhibition opening at Chicago’s Museum of Science and Industry called Marvel: Universe of Super Heroes explores the Marvel Cinematic... read more

Ron Magers to Receive Distinguished Journalist Award from DePaul University

Ron Magers to Receive Distinguished Journalist Award from DePaul University

CHICAGO — Legendary Chicago news anchor Ron Magers and Chicago Tribune police reporter Jeremy Gorner will receive awards in 2021 from DePaul... read more

Faculty Examines Board Games as Media

Faculty Examines Board Games as Media

"Board Games as Media" explores the growth in popularity of board games today, and unpacks what it means to read a board game.... read more

Messaging in an Age of Corporate Political Activity

Messaging in an Age of Corporate Political Activity

As an international communication researcher who teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in corporate communication and public... read more

Together, Apart: Social Distancing Has Added Another Layer of Stress to Our Lives

Together, Apart: Social Distancing Has Added Another Layer of Stress to Our Lives

Have you noticed that you’re more short-tempered lately, that your thinking is a bit foggy and that you just don’t feel like doing much of... read more

Ron Culp Receives 2020 Distinguished Leader Award from PRSA Chicago

Ron Culp Receives 2020 Distinguished Leader Award from PRSA Chicago

The Chicago Senior Leaders Committee of the Public Relations Society of America recognized Professional in Residence Ron... read more

Zooming in on Remote Work

Zooming in on Remote Work

How we do our work has been shifting for decades as new technologies have made remote working not only possible, but also desirable from... read more

Gina Christodoulou, Director of Operations, Prepares to Guide the College to BlueSky

Gina Christodoulou, Director of Operations, Prepares to Guide the College to BlueSky

As the end of 2020 swiftly approaches, DePaul is preparing to usher in a new data management system with the New Year. All financial and... read more

Kelly Kessler Examines Impact of Musicals on Television

Kelly Kessler Examines Impact of Musicals on Television

Broadway in the Box: Television's Lasting Love Affair with the Musical By: Kelly Kessler, College of Communication "Broadway in... read more

2020 Excellence in Teaching Awards

2020 Excellence in Teaching Awards

​​​​Congratulations to Senior Professional Lecturer Jim Motzer, the 2020 recipient of the Quality of Instruction Council Excellence in... read more

College Office Access During Fall Quarter 2020: A Conversation with Business Coordinator Aaron Krupp

College Office Access During Fall Quarter 2020: A Conversation with Business Coordinator Aaron Krupp

Business Coordinator Aaron Krupp began working with the college just three months before the COVID-19 pandemic forced everyone to leave... read more

Meet Oluseyi Adegbola, the PRAD Program's New Assistant Professor

Meet Oluseyi Adegbola, the PRAD Program's New Assistant Professor

We're excited to welcome Oluseyi Adegbola to the College of Communication, the new assistant professor in the Public Relations... read more

Lollapalooza Class Gives Students Virtual Backstage Pass

Lollapalooza Class Gives Students Virtual Backstage Pass

Most summers, Lollapalooza brings swarms of music fans through DePaul’s Loop Campus on their way to the festival in Grant Park. The... read more

Communication Students Lift Their Voices in TEDx-Style Talks

Communication Students Lift Their Voices in TEDx-Style Talks

Watching a TEDx talk might make you wonder what you might speak about if given chance to take the stage. At DePaul, there’s a class for... read more

Faculty Win Gold Telly Award for Recruitment Videos

Faculty Win Gold Telly Award for Recruitment Videos

Three DePaul faculty members won a 2020 Gold Telly Award for a series of short recruitment films featuring undergraduate students in the... read more

DePaul PRAD Students Take First Place in PRSSA's Bateman Competition

DePaul PRAD Students Take First Place in PRSSA's Bateman Competition

College of Communication students recently claimed first place in the 2020 Bateman Competition, PRSSA’s premier national case study... read more

Free Speech and the American Way

Free Speech and the American Way

Amendment I of the U.S. Constitution says, in part, “Congress shall make no law… abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press. …Short,... read more

Faculty Research: An In-Depth View of Black Student Protests

Faculty Research: An In-Depth View of Black Student Protests

I took my first photojournalism class as a junior at Penn State. While there, I completed a yearlong documentary project about black student... read more

DePaul PRAD Students Advance to the Final Round of PRSSA's Bateman Competition

DePaul PRAD Students Advance to the Final Round of PRSSA's Bateman Competition

For the first time in DePaul's history, a team of College of Communication students are advancing to the final round of the... read more

Professor Talks Fandoms, Virtual Engagement in a Time of Social Distancing

Professor Talks Fandoms, Virtual Engagement in a Time of Social Distancing

​​​Fandoms have played a pivotal role in Paul Booth’s professional and personal lives. A professor of media and cinema studies in the... read more

Kelly Chu Earns Billy I. Ross Advertising Education Award

Kelly Chu Earns Billy I. Ross Advertising Education Award

​​​Last month, the American Academy of Advertising awards honored DePaul's Kelly Chu with the Billy I. Ross Advertising Education Award.... read more

Welcome Back for Spring Quarter 2020

Welcome Back for Spring Quarter 2020

​Dear College of Communication Students, As you are aware, DePaul remains a remote campus for the foreseeable future. Please know that... read more

Communication Expert: Customize Your Social Media to Cope with COVID-19

Communication Expert: Customize Your Social Media to Cope with COVID-19

​​​​​​​​​​​​​Bree McEwan, associate professor of communication, shares tips for how to strengthen ties and use social media wisely during a... read more

DePaul Faculty Writers Flourish in 2019-20 OpEd Project

DePaul Faculty Writers Flourish in 2019-20 OpEd Project

​ In December 2019, DePaul welcomed 20 faculty into the Public Voices Thought Leadership Fellowship Program, its 2019-20 cohort for... read more

Ron Magers to Receive Distinguished Journalist Award from DePaul University

Ron Magers to Receive Distinguished Journalist Award from DePaul University

Update: This event has been cancelled due to COVID-19. The Center for Journalism Integrity & Excellence looks forward to honoring... read more

Captivated Audience

Captivated Audience

​​​ Since the 1970s, colored lapel ribbons have been used to raise awareness of everything from AIDS to epilepsy. Pink is now associated... read more

The Ethical Pursuit of Excellence

The Ethical Pursuit of Excellence

​ Everybody talks about the news, but nobody does anything about it. While news may not be quite as universal as the weather, it... read more

The Talking Cure: A Conversation with Elissa Foster

The Talking Cure: A Conversation with Elissa Foster

​​​Professor Elissa Foster is passionate about improving communication in health care settings. She is the director of the college’s... read more

Media Engagement Lab Open House Welcomes New Student Researchers

Media Engagement Lab Open House Welcomes New Student Researchers

The Media Engagement Lab (ME Lab) recently hosted an open house to showcase some of the hands-on research opportunities... read more

How to Think Like a Film Critic: Ask a Media & Cinema Studies Professor

How to Think Like a Film Critic: Ask a Media & Cinema Studies Professor

The Chicago International Film Festival is the longest-running competitive film festival in North America, celebrating its 55th year on... read more

Advertising Creative Minor Launches with Guest Lecture from DDB's Britt Nolan

Advertising Creative Minor Launches with Guest Lecture from DDB's Britt Nolan

The Public Relations and Advertising (PRAD) program is launching a new academic minor in Advertising Creative, an exciting new option... read more

Two New PR & Advertising Faculty Join the College

Two New PR & Advertising Faculty Join the College

The College of Communication is excited to kick off the 2019-20 academic year by welcoming two new faculty members to the Public... read more

New Yorker Cartooner Waxes Philosophic: A Conversation with Ken Krimstein

New Yorker Cartooner Waxes Philosophic: A Conversation with Ken Krimstein

​​​​Every Wednesday at lunchtime for six years, Ken Krimstein walked to the offices of the New Yorker and slid a batch of cartoons... read more

Can We Talk? The Art and Science of Interpersonal Communication

Can We Talk? The Art and Science of Interpersonal Communication

“What we’ve got here is failure to communicate.” The cruel Captain in the 1967 film “Cool Hand Luke” utters this famous line after whipping... read more

Climate Change Communication: Building Consensus

Climate Change Communication: Building Consensus

CHICAGO — From frigid cold in the Midwestern U.S. to melting heat in Australia, extreme weather and climate change are making news... read more

Dean Baquet to Receive Distinguished Journalist Award from DePaul University

Dean Baquet to Receive Distinguished Journalist Award from DePaul University

CHICAGO — Dean Baquet, executive editor of The New York Times, and WGN-TV news anchor Lourdes Duarte will receive awards from DePaul... read more

Dan Sinker Joins DePaul as Inaugural Center for Journalism Integrity & Excellence Fellow

Dan Sinker Joins DePaul as Inaugural Center for Journalism Integrity & Excellence Fellow

The DePaul University College of Communication is pleased to announce that Dan Sinker has been named the inaugural fellow of the... read more

Four Faculty Members Receive Tenure or Promotions in 2018-19

Four Faculty Members Receive Tenure or Promotions in 2018-19

Congratulations to these four faculty members in the College of Communication who received tenure or promotions in the... read more

The Superhero the World Needs: Associate Professor Blair Davis on the Success of "Black Panther"

The Superhero the World Needs: Associate Professor Blair Davis on the Success of "Black Panther"

When “Black Panther” premiered last February, it was the movie everyone was talking about. Critics praised it, fans filled theatres week... read more

Journalism Lecturer Amy Merrick Featured on WBAL Radio for Summer Jobs Story

Journalism Lecturer Amy Merrick Featured on WBAL Radio for Summer Jobs Story

In her recent article in The Atlantic, “Summer Jobs Programs Aren’t Enough,” Professional Lecturer Amy Merrick explores whether city... read more

DePaul Journalism Receives $20,000 Gannett Foundation Grant for FOIA Programming

DePaul Journalism Receives $20,000 Gannett Foundation Grant for FOIA Programming

The College of Communication received a $20,000 grant from the Gannett Foundation to expand annual programming related to Freedom of... read more

New Sports Communication Program Launches in Fall 2018

New Sports Communication Program Launches in Fall 2018

Sports in the U.S. is a major force for economics, entertainment, education and culture. In fact, PricewaterhouseCoopers predicts the... read more

Communication Faculty Star in Humorous "Meditations on an Orange" Video

Communication Faculty Star in Humorous "Meditations on an Orange" Video

How many different ways are there to look at an orange? More than you might think—just ask our faculty! In a new video produced... read more

Adjunct Janet Barker-Evans Selected as Charles S. Downs Response Marketer of the Year

Adjunct Janet Barker-Evans Selected as Charles S. Downs Response Marketer of the Year

The Chicago Association of Direct Marketing (CADM) selected adjunct faculty member Janet Barker-Evans as the 2018 Charles S. Downs... read more

The Center for Journalism Integrity and Excellence Honors Pauley, Pistone

The Center for Journalism Integrity and Excellence Honors Pauley, Pistone

Jane Pauley, host of “CBS Sunday Morning,” and Ann Pistone (CMN ’90), investigative producer with ABC7 Chicago, were honored at the... read more

Underground from a Basement: DIY Music, Chicago-Style

Underground from a Basement: DIY Music, Chicago-Style

  For many people in the Midwest the basement is a storage space: summer gardening equipment, items that can’t be sold on eBay now but... read more

Associate Professor Explores Comic Book Movies in Upcoming Book

Associate Professor Explores Comic Book Movies in Upcoming Book

Prof. Blair Davis' Comic Book Movies (Rutgers University Press, March 2018, 200 pages) explores how this genre of film offers... read more

Ragas Invited to Join Arthur W. Page Society

Ragas Invited to Join Arthur W. Page Society

Matt Ragas, associate professor and academic director of the PRAD graduate program, has been invited to join the prestigious Arthur W.... read more

DePaul PRAD Shortlisted as PRWeek Outstanding Ed Program of Year

DePaul PRAD Shortlisted as PRWeek Outstanding Ed Program of Year

  Our Public Relations and Advertising (PRAD) program has been shortlisted as Outstanding Education Program of the Year by... read more

International Public Relations Class Visits Ketchum

International Public Relations Class Visits Ketchum

On Thursday, Oct. 26, Prof. Nur Uysal​ took her PRAD 384 International Public Relations class to Ketchum Chicago for an agency tour. Ketchum... read more

Alvaray Judges CIFF Short Documentary Competition

Alvaray Judges CIFF Short Documentary Competition

Media and Cinema Studies Professor Luisela Alvaray recently served on the jury for the Short Documentary Competition of the... read more

Bronstein: “Hugh Hefner’s Safe Sex” Published in the Washington Post

Bronstein: “Hugh Hefner’s Safe Sex” Published in the Washington Post

​Prof. Carolyn Bronstein and co-writer Whitney Strub have published a piece on the late Hugh Hefner, Chicagoan and publisher of Playboy... read more

Communication Prof. Explores Relationship Between Humor, Identity and Offense

Communication Prof. Explores Relationship Between Humor, Identity and Offense

  Comic Performativities: Identity, Internet Outrage, and the Aesthetics of Communication highlights patterns of criticism and... read more

Fostering The Next Generation: PR Pro Bob Kornecki Gives Time, Talent & Scholarships

Fostering The Next Generation: PR Pro Bob Kornecki Gives Time, Talent & Scholarships

“We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give.” 
― Winston S. Churchill Bob Kornecki... read more

Culp, Wilke Named in Who's Who Chicago by Crain's

Culp, Wilke Named in Who's Who Chicago by Crain's

Alumna Marty Wilke, president/GM at WBBM-TV Channel 2 Chicago, and our Public Relations and Advertising Professional Director Ron Culp... read more

Martin Elected Head of AEJMC Law and Policy Division

Martin Elected Head of AEJMC Law and Policy Division

Associate Professor Jason Martin​ has been elected head of the Law and Policy Division of the Association for Education for Journalism and... read more

Bronstein Awarded Feminist Advocacy Award

Bronstein Awarded Feminist Advocacy Award

Congratulations to Professor Carolyn Bronstein, who has been selected to receive the Donna Allen Award for Feminist Advocacy through... read more

Journalism Professor Martin Named Wicklander Fellow

Journalism Professor Martin Named Wicklander Fellow

Congratulations to Journalism Professor Jason Martin, who has been selected to receive a 2017-18 Wicklander Fellowship to pursue research on... read more

Students Hit Home on Sustainability Projects for MLB, Fox Sports

Students Hit Home on Sustainability Projects for MLB, Fox Sports

Six executives from FOX Sports, 21st Century Fox and Major League Baseball sit side by side in the Daley building. Paper and pen in hand,... read more

To Have Impact, the People's Climate March Needs to Reach Beyond Activists

To Have Impact, the People's Climate March Needs to Reach Beyond Activists

If climate activists want to continue momentum from the recent People's Climate March, they need to find a way to attract supporters who... read more

PRAD's Culp, Ragas Discuss Recent PR Flaps with Press

PRAD's Culp, Ragas Discuss Recent PR Flaps with Press

Following the recent weeklong parade of shocking public relations nightmares that Pepsi, United Airlines, and then the Trump... read more

Autism Experts at DePaul University Discuss Education, Awareness

Autism Experts at DePaul University Discuss Education, Awareness

Advances in education and the arts are changing the lives of people with autism, and DePaul University experts are available to discuss... read more

Journalism Students, Faculty Nominated Lisagor Finalists

Journalism Students, Faculty Nominated Lisagor Finalists

DePaul Journalism students have been nominated as finalists in the Chicago Headline Club’s Peter Lisagor Awards for the second consecutive... read more

Journalism’s Moore on Importance of 'Teaching Good Journalism in a World of Alt. Facts'

Journalism’s Moore on Importance of 'Teaching Good Journalism in a World of Alt. Facts'

  Evan Moore, who joined our Journalism faculty as an adjunct instructor this Winter Quarter, has penned a piece on the importance of... read more

A Starter Guide to American Punk

A Starter Guide to American Punk

Associate Professor Daniel Makagon laughs when asked if he’s the punk rock professor. “Yeah, I guess I am,” he says with a chuckle. The... read more

Communication Faculty Recognized as 'Volunteers of the Year'

Communication Faculty Recognized as 'Volunteers of the Year'

The Midtown Educational Foundation recently recognized public relations and advertising faculty in DePaul's College of Communication... read more

New Journalism Faculty McCray Wins Emmy Award for Conservation Doc

New Journalism Faculty McCray Wins Emmy Award for Conservation Doc

Judith McCray, adjunct faculty member in undergraduate Journalism and Media and Cinema Studies, received an Emmy Award for her... read more

Booth to Perform in Academic Improv

Booth to Perform in Academic Improv

Our very own Prof. Paul Booth will be participating in the DePaul Humanities Center's "Scholar's Improv 2:... read more

Performance Studies Prof. Goltz Selected for 'Filth' Fellowship

Performance Studies Prof. Goltz Selected for 'Filth' Fellowship

  Prof. Dustin Goltz of our Performance Studies​ minor has been selected to serve as a member of the DePaul Humanities Center Fellows... read more

Bronstein Examines 1970s Sexual Representation Through Porno Chic

Bronstein Examines 1970s Sexual Representation Through Porno Chic

The College of Communication's Associate Dean and Professor Carolyn Bronstein​ has co-edited (along with Whitney Strub of Rutgers... read more

Carol Marin Prepares for Her Interview with President Obama

Carol Marin Prepares for Her Interview with President Obama

DePaul University College of Communication Center for Journalism Integrity and Excellence Co-Directors Carol Marin and Don Moseley are... read more

Davis Examines the History of 'Movie Comics'

Davis Examines the History of 'Movie Comics'

As Christopher Nolan's Batman films and releases from the Marvel Cinematic Universe have regularly topped the box office charts, fans... read more

Ghanem, Speicher Co-Author Paper on Multi-Lingual Debate Styles in the UN

Ghanem, Speicher Co-Author Paper on Multi-Lingual Debate Styles in the UN

Late this summer, College of Communication Dean Salma Ghanem, in collaboration with DePaul University Emeritus Faculty member Barbara... read more

Bronstein Promotes Leadership Training in Communication Programs

Bronstein Promotes Leadership Training in Communication Programs

  In “Preparing Tomorrow’s Leaders Integrating Leadership Development in Journalism and Mass Communication Education,” a paper... read more

Comic Book Academic Anthology 'Blacker the Ink' Wins Eisner Award

Comic Book Academic Anthology 'Blacker the Ink' Wins Eisner Award

The 2015 anthology, “The Blacker The Ink: Constructions of Black Identity in Comics and Sequential Art”, featuring an essay by Professor... read more

Fandom Expert Prof. Paul Booth on Fan Entitlement

Fandom Expert Prof. Paul Booth on Fan Entitlement

The relationship between creators and consumers of popular TV shows and movie franchises has reached a tipping point with fans making... read more

Prof. Chu, Students Studying in China This Summer

Prof. Chu, Students Studying in China This Summer

Professor Kelly Chu's CMN 398: Study Abroad class focuses on Advertising and Social Media in China.Chu and her students from all majors... read more

MCS’s Booth on Analyzing the Canon of 'Doctor Who'

MCS’s Booth on Analyzing the Canon of 'Doctor Who'

In an excerpt from his essay "New Worlds, Terrifying Monsters, Impossible Things: Exploring the Contents and Contexts of Doctor... read more

Educating a New Electorate

Educating a New Electorate

The U.S. presidential election is still half a year away, but it’s been on the minds of DePaul students and faculty... read more

Social Media and the Presidential Election

Social Media and the Presidential Election

In today’s connected world, it’s easy to voice your political stance or support a candidate with the click of a button. A new course in the... read more

Better Together

Better Together

Faculty have taken full advantage of the university’s innovative intercollege grant program, and the resulting research is as interesting... read more

Center for Journalism Integrity and Excellence Dedicated at Reception

Center for Journalism Integrity and Excellence Dedicated at Reception

​​On May 5, Carol Marin and Don Moseley were welcomed to DePaul University with a reception to officially... read more

DePaul Journalism Faculty Win Peabody Award

DePaul Journalism Faculty Win Peabody Award

  The co-directors of the Center for Journalism Integrity and Excellence at DePaul University were recognized as part of one of five... read more

Makagon on 'Sonic Storytelling' at Alumni University

Makagon on 'Sonic Storytelling' at Alumni University

  It’s no secret that the educational experiences at DePaul are wide-ranging and experiential. This week, we’re highlighting some of... read more

Makagon Talks DIY Punk with Razor Cake

Makagon Talks DIY Punk with Razor Cake

  Punk rock periodical Razor Cake has interviewed our own punk rock prof., Daniel Makagon, about the punk DIY lifestyle.... read more

DePaulia Wins 17 at ICPA Awards

DePaulia Wins 17 at ICPA Awards

Our award-winning student-produced newspaper The DePaulia beat its own record from 2015 at this past weekend’s Illinois College Press... read more

When Michael Jordan Cries, So Cries the Internet

When Michael Jordan Cries, So Cries the Internet

Professor Paul Booth (Media and Cinema Studies), an expert on communication via social media and memes, explains how Michael Jordan’s... read more

Davis Receives Grant for Preservation of Christian Comics

Davis Receives Grant for Preservation of Christian Comics

Media and Cinema Studies Professor Blair Davis has received a $3,000 Vincentian Endowment Fund Award for his “Christianity and Comic Books”... read more

Ragas, Culp's 'Business Essentials' Peer Reviewed by Journals

Ragas, Culp's 'Business Essentials' Peer Reviewed by Journals

Business Essentials for Strategic Communicators: Creating Shared Valued for the Organization and its Stakeholders, authored by PRAD... read more

Lessons from Seinfeld

Lessons from Seinfeld

What makes a TV show work? What makes it fail? How do you put together a show that will capture the attention of audiences everywhere? Media... read more

Davis Edits Book Offering Various takes on Kurosawa Classic Rashomon

Davis Edits Book Offering Various takes on Kurosawa Classic Rashomon

Routledge recently published the anthology Rashomon Effects: Kurosawa, Rashomon and Their Legacies, co-edited by Blair... read more

Acclaimed Chicago Journalists Marin and Moseley to Co-Direct New Center for Journalism Integrity and Excellence

Acclaimed Chicago Journalists Marin and Moseley to Co-Direct New Center for Journalism Integrity and Excellence

Truth, accuracy, fairness and context will serve as the guiding principles for DePaul University’s new Center for Journalism Integrity and... read more

Makagon 'Underground' Book Talk, Signing in Las Vegas

Makagon 'Underground' Book Talk, Signing in Las Vegas

Professor Daniel Makagon will be speaking about his new book, Underground: The Subterranean Culture of DIY Punk Shows, at The... read more

Culp to Receive Public Relations Society of America Lifetime Achievement Award

Culp to Receive Public Relations Society of America Lifetime Achievement Award

Ron Culp, a public relations consultant and professional director of the graduate Public Relations and Advertising program at DePaul... read more

Makagon on the DIY Spirit of Punk

Makagon on the DIY Spirit of Punk

College of Communication Associate Professor Daniel Makagon has long been both a fan, but also a documentarian, on the punk music scene,... read more

Bryant Honored in NCA's Teachers on Teaching Awards

Bryant Honored in NCA's Teachers on Teaching Awards

Professor Leah Bryant has been selected to be honored at the National Communication Association’s (NCA) "Teachers on Teaching” program... read more

Baglia's 'Communicating Pregnancy Loss' named Book of the Year by OSCLG

Baglia's 'Communicating Pregnancy Loss' named Book of the Year by OSCLG

Professor Jay Baglia’s latest book, Communicating Pregnancy Loss: Narrative as a Method for Change, was selected as Book of the Year by... read more

Faculty Earn Grants for Healthcare Research

Faculty Earn Grants for Healthcare Research

Two College of Communication faculty members working on the field of healthcare earned grants for two separate research projects currently... read more

Instructor, Cartoonist Krimstein to Get "Semi-Serious" at CIFF

Instructor, Cartoonist Krimstein to Get "Semi-Serious" at CIFF

The multi-talented Ken Krimstein, instructor in the College of Communication's Public Relations and Advertising program, is also a... read more

Mastin and Willard on Health and History in DePaul Magazine

Mastin and Willard on Health and History in DePaul Magazine

College of Communication faculty lend their thoughts and expertise to a couple of pieces published in... read more

Who Wore What? Prof. Blair Davis on Black Superhero Costumes

Who Wore What? Prof. Blair Davis on Black Superhero Costumes

Superman’s iconic red cape hints to us that he can fly. Batman’s mask explains his alter-ego, and Spider-Man’s web-emblazoned jumpsuit... read more

Prof. Davis on Black Comic Book Superheroes

Prof. Davis on Black Comic Book Superheroes

MCS Professor Blair Davis has recently published a book chapter in the new anthology The Blacker the Ink: Constructions of Black Identity in... read more

Game Play: Paratextuality in Contemporary Board Games

Game Play: Paratextuality in Contemporary Board Games

DePaul’s Newsline highlights Prof. Paul Booth’s new book

What's the Allure of Rom-Coms?

What's the Allure of Rom-Coms?

MCS Prof. Booth on rom-coms for Valentine's Day

Communicating Pregnancy Loss: Narrative as a Method for Change

Communicating Pregnancy Loss: Narrative as a Method for Change

Prof. Jay Baglia (Health Communication) on his latest book

Pay for Your Next Mac Attack with a Bit of McLovin'

Pay for Your Next Mac Attack with a Bit of McLovin'

Da-da-da-da-daaaah/Ken's lovin' it

Kessler Attends TV Academy Seminar in Los Angeles

Kessler Attends TV Academy Seminar in Los Angeles

Television scholar spends time in the heart of the industry

PRAD Program Honors PR Greats at Plank Center Event

PRAD Program Honors PR Greats at Plank Center Event

The College of Communication attends the 10th annual Plank Center Milestones in Mentoring Awards

Journalism Program’s Jason Martin Co-Authors Paper on Anonymous Online Commenting

Journalism Program’s Jason Martin Co-Authors Paper on Anonymous Online Commenting

Report “examines law and media best practices from around the world on the question of anonymous speech online."

MCS Prof. Alvaray Served as CIFF Judge

MCS Prof. Alvaray Served as CIFF Judge

The Chicago International Film Festival wraps up tomorrow, but the College of Communication remains proud that Media and Cinema Studies... read more

Crain's Names PRAD's Culp in Annual Who's Who in Chicago Business

Crain's Names PRAD's Culp in Annual Who's Who in Chicago Business

Ron Culp. Remember that name, Chicago business professionals

Prof. Goltz's Work on Same-Sex Marriage Cited by NCA

Prof. Goltz's Work on Same-Sex Marriage Cited by NCA

On "Queer Resistance and Same-Sex Marriage"

MCS's Prof. Davis on Great Bad B-Movies

MCS's Prof. Davis on Great Bad B-Movies

​​MCS B-movie expert discusses great bad movies with the CBC upon the release of "Sharknado: The Second One"

Makagon Awarded with Excellence in Teaching Award for ’13-’14

Makagon Awarded with Excellence in Teaching Award for ’13-’14

​Innovative professor makes his mark on student learning

College of Communication Profs. Honored by DePaul ENGAGE

College of Communication Profs. Honored by DePaul ENGAGE

Faculty cited for their commitment to social responsibility

PRAD’s Jain Selected for Plank Center Fellowship This Summer

PRAD’s Jain Selected for Plank Center Fellowship This Summer

Serving fellowship in San Antonio

PRAD's Culp Writes on New Media Skills in Business Officer Article

PRAD's Culp Writes on New Media Skills in Business Officer Article

"A 24/7 news cycle and an ever-expanding number of communication methods make way for more-effective higher education messaging."

Alvaray on Using Photography for Intercultural Awareness

Alvaray on Using Photography for Intercultural Awareness

"Snap Shots: Using Photography for Intercultural Awareness and Understanding"

Invasion of the Student Course Revisers!

Invasion of the Student Course Revisers!

DePaul professors seek innovative ways to inspire students and enhance their educational experience

Making Strides to Improve Health Care Communication, One Step at a Time

Making Strides to Improve Health Care Communication, One Step at a Time

When Don Martin, a professor and associate dean in the College of Communication, joined the board of directors for Operation Walk... read more

Tran Co-Writes Study on Super Bowl Advertising

Tran Co-Writes Study on Super Bowl Advertising

​Are you ready for some football... advertisements?

Mastin Writes on Mental Health for Ebony

Mastin Writes on Mental Health for Ebony

On NYC Mayor Blasio's daughter's struggles with depression

Ragas, Tran Digital Media Paper Cited by Harvard

Ragas, Tran Digital Media Paper Cited by Harvard

Named one of the top papers on Digital Communication for 2013

Goltz Earns National Communication Association Award

Goltz Earns National Communication Association Award

Honored with Lilla A. Heston Award for 2013

College's Doctor Who Expert Edits Book on BBC Show

College's Doctor Who Expert Edits Book on BBC Show

Prof. Booth gives the what, where and when on Who

Professor Bruce Evensen on the Future of Newspapers

Professor Bruce Evensen on the Future of Newspapers

Evensen talks with WTTW about the future of print journalism

MCS Prof. Davis Discusses the History of the B-Movie

MCS Prof. Davis Discusses the History of the B-Movie

MCS Asst. Professor Blair Davis talks B-movie history and future

Better Communication, Better Care

Better Communication, Better Care

Don Martin, associate dean of the College of Communication, is a true believer

ABC journalist Chris Bury to teach in the College of Communication

ABC journalist Chris Bury to teach in the College of Communication

ABC national correspondent comes to DePaul as senior journalist-in-residence

Professor Martin Honored with AEJMC Award

Professor Martin Honored with AEJMC Award

​Jason Martin named "Promising Professor"

Professor Goltz on Evolving Gay Culture

Professor Goltz on Evolving Gay Culture

​OM&C Professor Dustin Goltz on changes occurring in homosexual communities

Incoming PRAD Professor's Paper Earns Top Honor at ICA

Incoming PRAD Professor's Paper Earns Top Honor at ICA

​​New PRAD Prof. Maria De Moya earns a citation for Top Faculty Paper from the International Communication Association in London

DePaul ENGAGE Awards Recognize Communication Faculty

DePaul ENGAGE Awards Recognize Communication Faculty

College receives nine DePaul ENGAGE Awards for faculty

MCS Professor Paul Booth on the Cultural Meaning of the BBC's Doctor Who

MCS Professor Paul Booth on the Cultural Meaning of the BBC's Doctor Who

​Professor Booth on the significance of Doctor Who fandom

Beyond the Margins Graduate Panel

Beyond the Margins Graduate Panel

Graduate student conference focused on the relationship between the mainstream and the marginal as it occurs within various media

'The Battle for the B's': An Interview with Prof. Blair Davis

'The Battle for the B's': An Interview with Prof. Blair Davis

Were you a fan of ‘50s B-movies as a kid?The short answer is no, not necessarily, I wasn't really exposed to them. I guess that's a... read more

Jason Martin Cited in Legal Ruling on Free Speech

Jason Martin Cited in Legal Ruling on Free Speech

An article co-authored by Assistant Professor Jason Martin​ was cited in a recent Indiana Court of Appeals decision. Released on Feb. 21, In... read more

Radio DePaul Named Best College Radio Station in the Nation by IBS

Radio DePaul Named Best College Radio Station in the Nation by IBS

Winner of nine IBS awards for 2011

Professor Bryant Named VP of CSCA

Professor Bryant Named VP of CSCA

Leah Bryant elected second vice president of the Central States Communication Association

CMN Faculty, Staff Run Chicago Marathon

CMN Faculty, Staff Run Chicago Marathon

Faculty, staff, participate in this year's Chicago Marathon

Professor Matt Ragas Receives Dissertation Award

Professor Matt Ragas Receives Dissertation Award

Ragas takes Nafziger-White-Salwen Dissertation Award for ‘11

Leah Bryant Awarded Wicklander Fellowship

Leah Bryant Awarded Wicklander Fellowship

In support of her "Beginning in Families and Continuing in the Classroom" project