The School of Communication’s Master of Science in Communication program celebrated in September its 35th anniversary while also honoring the founding faculty. The program was among the first of its kind and inspired the creation of additional groundbreaking professional programming with the School. MSC alumni have gone on to become prominent leaders in every industry.
Communication Studies professor Pablo Boczkowski visited Northwestern’s campus in Qatar to discuss his new book, Trump and the Media. Topics included the collapse of the traditional media, rise of social media, the president’s love/hate relationship with the press, the influence of technology on storytelling, and more.
Hollywood producer and School of Communication alumnus Jordan Horowitz, best known for the Oscar-nominated film La La Land, spoke at NU-Q’s annual convocation ceremony in September. This event marks the beginning of the academic year and inducted more than 100 members of NU-Q’s class of 2022, the largest in the school’s history.
Northwestern University School of Communication Dean Barbara O’Keefe and American Music Theatre Project (AMTP) Director David H. Bell hosted a reception Aug. 3 for the artistic team and students involved in the latest theatrical collaboration by the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and Northwestern. The collaboration received rave reviews.
Professor Bonnie Martin-Harris, one of the foremost researchers in swallowing disorders, brought her flagship conference to Evanston this month. Dysphagia is a surprisingly common condition that is known little outside of its dedicated research community, but Martin-Harris, though this event and other efforts, is giving it the attention and treatment it so deserves.
Northwestern School of Communication alumni including Stephen Colbert and Megan Mullally, are among the latest crop of nominees.
The School of Communication’s modular curriculum is designed to give undergraduates a comprehensive and experiential pathway to their chosen careers. One module, time and again, stands out for its success with students—theatre management.
The School of Communication on Monday awarded four faculty members its annual Galbut Outstanding Faculty Award and the Clarence Simon Awards for Outstanding Teaching and Mentoring. The awards were distributed on June 4 at the yearly Honors Convocation ceremony in Norris University Center.