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CAS doctoral student featured in Communication Currents
Professor Vivian named recipient of the 2011 Class of 1933 Distinction in the Humanities Award
Professor MacGeorge awarded 2021 Raymond Lombra Award
Brown named as CAS Marshal for May 2021 Commencement
Michels named recipient of the 2021 Outstanding Teaching Award for Teaching Faculty
Kennerly named recipient of the 2021 Outstanding Teaching Awards for Tenure Line Faculty
Traeder named recipient of the 2021 Filippelli Institute Award for Excellence in Online Teaching
Alumni News
CAS PhD student accepts position as Assistant Professor at the University of Denver
PhD Student lead author of, "Parasocial Relationships and Children"
A word from CAS Department Head: Denise Solomon
Penn State Altoona professor of communication arts and sciences is the 2021 recipient of the Lion's Paw Medal
Williams Nagel receives Top Paper Panel Award
Where Are They Now?: Members of the CAS Community
PhD student successfully defends dissertation
PhD candidate recognized as Volunteer of the Year at Tides
PhD Alumna selected to receive 2021 Outstanding Dissertation Award
Where Are They Now?: Members of the CAS Community
CAS Associate Teaching Professor featured as editor in recently published collection
Alumni News: CAS Alumna to be published in April 2021 with Strata Publishing
CAS major to discuss gender-based violence from a global perspective
2021 Staff Award Winners
CAS student's paper ranked as one of the top four in submissions to the Southern States Communication Association's Undergraduate Conference
Department mourns passing of past PhD and Outstanding Alumni Award recipient
Statement from the Penn State Black Caucus
Alumni News: PhD Alumni have chapters in recent volume examining political, social, and philosophical issues
CAS Professor publishes essay in, "The Conversation," reflecting on the practice of mindfulness
Panel on Rhetoric and Queer Studies to discuss book published by CAS Assistant Professor
CAS major to present research at the Clevanger Undergraduate Conference
Liberal Arts Professor of Communication Arts and Sciences interviewed about new book