New Faculty Members
The Department of Communication Studies welcomes new faculty members Daniel Bloomingdale, David Hanley-Tejeda, Beth Michalec, Lauren MacKenzie, Shavonne Shorter, Elizabeth Petre, James Petre, and Brion White!
Mackenzie, L. (2014). Strategic Enablers: How Intercultural Communication Skills Advance Micro-Level International Security. Journal of Culture, Language & International Security. 1 (1): 85-96.
Beerman, R. J. (2014, July). Seminar participant in session entitled “Rhetoric, Identity, Citizenship, and Civic Culture: Expanding the Modes of, and Challenging the Limits on, Public Engagement,” National Communication Association’s Institute for Faculty Development, Hope College, Holland, MI.
Kline, B. & La Valley, A. (2014, August). Attached to your perspective: Attachment and Nonverbal Communication. Presented at the Susquehanna Valley Undergraduate Research Symposium in Danville, PA.
|Boenell Kline and Dr. Angela La Valley|
Dr. Lauren Mackenzie has been named as a Research Fellow by the Institute for the Study of Culture and Language at Norwich University.
Student Athlete in the news:
Haley Kramer - a Communication Studies major – is a featured athlete at the BU Huskies website. Read more about her internship at WMMR radio here.