Entries tagged with ‘Communication Studies’

Craig Nordquist ‘11: Sports researcher turns passion into Emmy Awards

The 2011 graduate and lifelong baseball fan is starting his 10th year as a researchers at MLB Network.

Deliberation and Dialogue across Differences

Seek to learn instead of win, communication professor Pamela Conners tells her students. Healthy dialogue helps everyone move forward together.

Tane Danger Asks “Why” for a Living

A unique blend of improv comedy and public policy wonkiness led to his new role as the director of the Westminster Town Hall Forum.

Kojo Addo ’12: Resilience, Care, and Advocacy

The young alumnus is thriving as an attorney after taking advantage of support and mentorship as a Gustavus undergrad.

NSF Grant Supports Study of Deliberation in STEM Classrooms

Gustavus communication studies professor Pam Conners and chemistry professor Amanda Nienow will contribute to a project led by a Wabash College team.

S.1 E.1 Learning to Talk with One Another

Learning for Life @ Gustavus host Greg Kaster interviews communication studies professor Pamela Conners.

Students Explore Census Issues on Constitution Day

Led by students in the Public Deliberation and Dialogue program, a forum titled: Census 2020: How We Can Shape the Future, marks Constitution Day.

Conflict Leads to Opportunity for Gustavus Army Veteran

As a soldier, father, and student, Charles Maxfield brings his experiences to the classroom as he seeks opportunities for fellow veterans.

(Mid)West of Somalia: Collaborative Documentary Plays March 1

The collaborative student-professor project explores the lives of nine Somalia-Americans in rural southern Minnesota.

Individuals, Communities Transformed Through 10 Years of Public Discourse

Public Discourse is a signature course of the Department of Communication Studies in which students work to address real-world problems.