Dixie Award 1967

Faculty/Staff 2013

Communication Department Faculty c. 1999

Graduation 2014


    The Department of Communication at Wake Forest pursues the theoretical, critical, and scientific study of human communication in all its forms. In pursuit of that overall goal we advance three areas of concentration: communication science, rhetorical studies, and media studies. We encourage our undergraduate majors to explore a broad course of study in human communication, encompassing all our concentrations. The Department houses one of the finest Masters' programs in the country. We seek to provide our M. A. students with the individual attention and preparation they need to be highly sought after by, and successful in the nation's best Ph.D. programs in communication. Click here to download a copy of the Communication Department Brochure see what suits you. Have fun and good luck!

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Can you think on your feet?
Are you enthusiastic, energetic & loud?

The Children’s Museum of Winston-Salem is honored to be hosting the third consecutive American Girl Fashion Show on April 18th-19th at the Embassy Suites Hotel in downtown Winston-Salem.

American Girl, "celebrates all that girls can be" through a diverse array of historical dolls that educate girls about American history. For the third year in a row, the Children's Museum of Winston-Salem is hosting the American Girl Fashion Show demonstrating the museum's unique ability to successfully bring together a blend of history, culture and fun. Our mission is to create a compelling destination for our community to play and learn by experiencing literature, storytelling and the arts, and this once-in-a-lifetime elegant experience enables us to live within the mission.

We are looking for females, between the ranges of juniors in high school through sophomores in college to host this fabulous event. The commentators script will be provided, we are looking for enthusiastic, energetic and loud individuals to effectively deliver the American Girl Fashion Show stories. Real Life Models and Guest Models will walk the runway while the commentators tell brief stories or snip it’s from each dolls historical lives. A few requirements for commentators; enunciate words, speak loudly, effectively coordinating the child with the correct script and changing on spot if needed, eagerness to be there and a happy smile.

Commentator Calls will be held on:
Thursday March 5th, 3:00-6:00pm
Children’s Museum of Winston-Salem

Please contact us at agfscmws@gmail.com if interested in being a commentator the weekend of April 18th-19th, with two shows each day, and you will also get a script to rehearse for the try-outs.
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WFU SENIORS! Do you still feel like there are more Communication classes you would like to take?

Consider a Master’s degree In Communication in just ONE YEAR.

Have you exceeded the 120 hours required for graduation?
Do you have more than 30 hours of Communication courses?

Pay only 40% of graduate tuition.
Stay one extra year and leave with a graduate degree.
Sharpen your written communication and critical thinking skills.
NO need to take the GRE for acceptance.

We are currently accepting applications from juniors and seniors.

Contact Alessandra Von Burg, beaslea@wfu.edu or Steve Giles, gilessm@wfu.edu.
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