Dixie Award 1967

Faculty/Staff 2013

Communication Department Faculty c. 1999

Graduation 2014

Communication-A-Major-worth

    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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Pam Clough ('14) is an organizer who will be hosting a session for students who are interested in community organizing, particularly around environmental and food justice issues.

Campus Kitchen Lounge, Friday, January 30
5pm-6pm

The event is a drop in, but a good opportunity for graduating students interested in working in these areas next year or any student interested in interning with the Public Interest Network.
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The Student Union is hosting a "Student Showcase" TOMORROW, Friday, January 30. Eight students present their internship and research experiences, "Tedx-style."

2:30 pm – Welcome to the 1st Annual Wake Forest Student Showcase

2:40 pm – Sarah Millsaps, Junior, What living with Patagonian Gauchos taught me about Conservation and Community
3:00 pm – Shoshanna Goldin, Senior, The Land of Milk, Honey, and Motherhood
3:20 pm – Cameron Miller, Senior, New Beginnings: A Look into Refugee Resettlement Here in the Triad
3:40 pm – Nia Evans, Communication Major, Senior, I Protest, Therefore I Am: Diversity and Wake Forest
4:00 pm – Kathryn Webster, Sophomore, Breaking Boundaries
4:20 pm – Jim Le, Senior, Self-Discovery through Service
4:40 pm – Erin Currey, Junior, The Epigenetics Revolution: How a Burgeoning Scientific Field will Revolutionize Genetics and the Scientific Method
5:00 pm – Tim Lee, Junior, Creativity and Painting within Robotics
5:15 pm – Reception with speakers in Hall of Excellence
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