Dixie Award 1967

Faculty/Staff 2013

Commnication Department Facutly c. 1999

Graduation 2014

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    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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Ron Von Burg is a key researcher for the Humanities for the Environment (HfE), a project funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, undertaken by member centers of the Consortium of Humanities Centers and Institutes (CHCI). hfe.wfu.edu/person/von-burg-ron/ ... See MoreSee Less

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Unmappable for the win! Programmer's Artistic Vision Award from New Orleans Film Festival — with Jasmine Luoma.

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Unmappable for the win! Programmer's Artistic Vision Award from New Orleans Film Festival — with Jasmine Luoma.

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Another team has arrived back from New Orleans with more terrific news. Congratulations to Bryan Campbell for winning the New Orleans Film Festival Pitch Perfect competition. He has won $1,000 to go t...

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Another team has arrived back from New Orleans with more terrific news. Congratulations to Bryan Campbell for winning the New Orleans Film Festival Pitch Perfect competition. He has won $1,000 to go toward production expenses for his thesis film, Looking for Trouble, which he is co-directing with Caroline Cuny. Way to go! — at Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans.