News

Apr
30
2021
BA/MA Candidates Showcase their Internship Work
Congratulations to the Bachelor/Master of Arts candidates who successfully completed their Praxis Practicum internships, reports, and presentations this Spring.
Apr
9
2021
MA Candidates Present their Thesis Projects
Congratulations to the Master of Arts candidates who successfully defended thesis projects this Spring.
Apr
8
2021
BA/MA Student Hannah Sedwick, Continues in the Classroom and on the Court
Accelerated master's student and volleyball player Hannah Sedwick balances school and athletics, returning to BU for Fall 2021 season.
Apr
8
2021
Outstanding BA Students for 2020-2021
Sam Aker (BA/MA Communication), Jessica Owston (BA Communication), and Kieran Cunninham (BA/MA Communication) selected as outstanding students in the Department of Communication.
Mar
31
2021
DEADLINE EXTENDED to Apply for the BA/MA Program in Communication
The deadline to apply for the Bachelor's/Master's (4+1) program has been extended to June 1, 2021. Admitted applicants will begin taking graduate-level coursework in Spring 2022. For more information, contact Program Director Dr. Lacy McNamee (Lacy_McNamee@baylor.edu).
Mar
26
2021
With sadness, we share the passing of Dr. Lee Rivers Polk. Dr. Polk served the Department of Communication for more than 30 years as a professor, department chair, and the Director of Forensics and Debate.
Feb
17
2021
In the words of our department chair, Dr. David Schlueter: We are saddened by the passing of Dr. Martin J. Medhurst. We are humbled by his impressive legacy of scholarship, teaching, and service. Thank you, Marty, for being a wonderful friend, mentor, and colleague over the last twenty years.
Jan
18
2021
At a time in which political views are polarizing and tensions are high, civil discourse is necessary now more than ever. However, our ability to respectfully and productively discuss topics with those who hold a different view has significantly waned in recent years.
Dec
7
2020
WACO, Texas (Dec. 7, 2020) – Brief “huddles” — rather than a barrage of emails and texts about safety and risk — may be the fastest and simplest way for hospital workers to avoid communication overload as they deal with the flood of COVID-19 cases, a Baylor University researcher says.
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