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GRADS@WORK: PhD candidate accepts position as Instructor of Humanities
Faculty Spotlight: Associate Professor, Andy High awarded Minerva Program Grant
PhD candidates recently published in the Journal of Health Communication
PhD candidate Nikki Orth 2020 recipient of Award for Excellence in Teaching
Alumni News: Faulkner recipient of awards
Faculty Spotlight: Professor Stuckey assumes role of Journal Editor for 3rd time
CAS PhD Graduate to begin position as Assistant Professor
Alumni News: Associate Professor to Senior Data Scientist
VanHaitsma named the Douglas S. and Joyce L. Sherwin Early Career Professor in the Rock Ethics Institute
Faculty Spotlight: Associate Professor Wilson concludes term as President of the RSA
A word from CAS Department Head: Denise Solomon
A note from CAS Department Head: Denise Solomon
GRADS@WORK
2020 recipient of the Communication Arts and Sciences Community Leadership Award
Wu awarded the Adma Hammam Shibley Memorial Scholarship
Naraine recipient of the Harold J. "Pat" O'Brien Award
Schoch and Zahn recipients of Dr. Nancy J. Metzger Award
Slavoff recipient of the Richard B. Gregg Memorial Award for Scholarly Excellence
CAS department recognizes two outstanding teaching faulty with Award for Teaching Excellence
CAS PhD Alumna receives Distinguish Alumni Award from Albion College
GRADS@WORK: PhD candidate accepts position as a Social Scientist with FDA
Alumni News: Recent graduate to begin position as Research Assistant for The Kettering Foundation
PhD student published in Screen Bodies: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Experience, Perception, and Display
Commencement 2020
Engels promoted to rank of Professor
Students recognized with awards from the Center for Democratic Deliberation
PhD student selected by the College of Liberal Arts for Research and Graduate Studies Dissertation Award
CAS PhD student published in the journal Argumentation and Advocacy
CAS department introduces two new dual-title PhD programs
Faculty Spotlight: Professor Dillard, collaborator on "Viral Imaginations: COVID-19"