The Masters in Communication program recently held its (Mis)Communicating Science symposium, co-sponsored by the National Communication Association. This event addressed the role of media and news in spreading misinformation about science, which can affect the public’s attitudes and behaviors about topics such as climate change and the environment, health and medicine, and more. Full event read more…
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The Masters in Communication program is excited to welcome Dr. Kristen Willett as its new Assistant Program Director. Dr. Willett joins the program from the University of Maryland and is enthusiastic to work with students and faculty as the program continues to grow and improve. You can learn more about Dr. Willett by reviewing her read more…
Master’s in Communications.com Interview with Taylor Hahn, Ph.D. – Director of the Master of Arts in Communication Program at Johns Hopkins University Taylor Hahn is the Director of the Master of Arts in Communication program at Johns Hopkins University. As Director, he oversees all aspects of the program, including curriculum development, instructor oversight, student advising, enrollment read more…
Shawn S. Ghuman, AAP MA in Communication adjunct faculty and Communications Director of the National Sikh Campaign (NSC), recently won the 2018 PR Week “Best for a Cause” Award for NSC’s We Are Sikhs campaign in 2017. This category recognizes the premier marketing communications cause showing a tangible, worthwhile benefit to a specific community and is read more…
Shonali Burke, adjunct faculty in the Master of Arts in Communication program, recently spoke on integration of Social Media into contemporary Public Relations campaigns, how Public Relations practice has changed within the last decade, and how educators can best prepare the next generation of communication professionals. You can watch the recorded event here.
Dr. Taylor Hahn has been appointed as the Program Director of the MA in Communication Program. Dr. Hahn has been a faculty member of the Communication Program for the past two years and he most recently served as the interim director, keeping the program moving forward during a time of transition.
The Bryce Harlow Foundation, the premier organization in Washington for government advocacy, is now accepting applications for its Bryce Harlow Fellowships. Fellowships are awarded to individuals working full-time, attending graduate school part-time and who anticipate having careers in the field of government relations, lobbying or advocacy. If you are working in the field of government read more…
Megan Taylor, our MA in Communication student, is a recipient of the highly competitive Bryce Harlow Foundation fellowships. Bryce Harlow Foundation has posted a spotlight on Megan Taylor. Since 1985, the Bryce Harlow Foundation has awarded fellowships to highly motivated, part-time graduate students to support them in their pursuit of careers in lobbying, government relations, or public affairs.
MA in Communication program student Kristin Geer spoke at TEDx Talks. Kristin is in her last semester, conducting her thesis research on how women survive cancer “bounce forward”. The Tinfoil Cape | Kristin Geer | TEDx Talks
MA in Communication Spotlight Webinar Series Selling Your Message: Speaking and Writing to the Press Featuring Prof. David Helfert Prof. Helfert has nearly 40 years of experience in political and governmental communication writing and producing media for more than 160 political campaigns. He was spokesperson for the House Appropriations Committee, and many other political posts.
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