Doug Sanders (2007) a "Cats in the Corner" webinar guest Jan. 12, 2023

Doug Sanders, who received a Bachelor's degree in Communication in 2007 at the University of Arizona, will be a guest on the "Cats in the Corner" webinar on Thursday, January 12, from noon to 1 p.m. Sanders is the founder and president of Sanders Sports and Entertainment (SSE). Sanders, who lives in Los Angeles, California, with his wife and their three children, started SSE in 2015 after years of experience at leading industry agencies such as Creative Artists Agency (CAA).

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12/01/2022 - 5:09pm

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Dr. Jake Harwood featured in "Bear Down, Arizona" fight song video

Communication Professor Jake Harwood, who teaches COMM 402/502 Communication and Music, among other classes, was featured in a video about the 70th anniversary of the University of Arizona fight song, "Bear Down, Arizona." Dr. Harwood provides interesting details about music used as a tool to unify groups, to both internal parties as well as external ones, and speaks to the dynamic created by music in that context. View the video on youtube

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09/21/2022 - 1:59am

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Light behind Kory Floyd Fellowship shines bright

This year's recipient of the Kory Floyd Fellowship in Interpersonal Communication is PhD candidate R. Amanda Cooper. The award, along with all other COMM graduate followships and awards, was announced at the Graduate Student Orientation on August 19, 2022. To learn more about the motivation behind the creation of this fellowship and about past winners, please go to https://sbs.arizona.edu/news/investing-relationships

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09/08/2022 - 2:39am

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Grad students who completed MA, PhD programs in 2022

A number of PhD candidates and Master of Arts students completed their programs in 2022. They are (left to right in photo): Leah Dajches, PhD.; Dana Dinsmore, PhD.; Kaylin Duncan, PhD.; William Emmons, M.A.; Sophia Heemsbergen, M.A.; Jian Jiao, PhD.; Bethany Lutovsky, PhD.; Larissa Teran, PhD.; and Nate Woo, PhD. We will miss their smiling faces in the halls of the Communication Building, and we wish them well in all their endeavors!

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09/02/2022 - 3:14am

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Winners of grad awards and fellowships AY 2022-2023

The Communication graduate student awards were announced at the grad orientation on Friday, Aug. 19, 2022. Students who won awards this academic year are: Kawther Albader (Margaret Hickey Fellowship), Jules Barbati (Chris Segrin Dissertation Award), Amanda Cooper (Kory Floyd Graduate Fellowship in Interpersonal Relations), Eunjoo Choi (Teaching Award), Heather Gahler (Jose Sprigg Fellowship), Daniel Montez (Ed Donnerstein Media Research Scholarship, Cecilia Sada Garibay (Margaret Hickey Fellowship), Kun Yan (Research Award). 

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08/25/2022 - 3:16pm

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When Touch is out of Reach - a conversation with Drs. Kory Floyd, Mary-Frances O'Connor

Professor of Communication and author of The Loneliness Cure, Dr. Kory Floyd joins Professor of Psychology Dr. Mary-Frances O'Connor at a fireside chat earlier this summer to talk about the need for contact and connection. 

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