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 The Department of Communication at the University of Utah is a top department in the field of communication, with an award-winning faculty, outstanding doctoral, master's, and undergraduate programs, and state-of-the-art facilities. It is highly ranked in critical theory, cultural studies, ecology, law, popular culture, race and ethnicity, and rhetoric (ComAnalytics). With five cutting-edge research areas—critical/cultural studies; environmental, science, and health communication; interpersonal communication; digital media; and rhetoric—the Department is committed to excellence across the full range of communication research and teaching, offering top-notch Ph.D., M.A., M.S., B.A., and B.S. degrees, as well as four undergraduate sequences and three post-baccalaureate certificate programs.

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  • Professor Kent Ono speaks at Humanities on the Edge Lecture SeriesProfessor Kent Ono speaks at Humanities on the Edge Lecture Series

    The most recent onslaught of anti-immigration rhetoric and politics has put undocumented immigrants in an even more precarious position. One response by undocumented people has been to take up sanctuary in such places as churches and sanctuary cities—places where U.S. immigration law enforcement may have more limited authority. This talk thinks through the idea of sanctuary and its potential usefulness.

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  • CoH2018 College of Humanities Faculty Awards

    On Wednesday, Oct. 3, Stuart Culver, dean of the College of Humanities, announced the recipients of the college’s 2018 Distinguished Scholar and Rising Star awards.

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  • Internship GuideInternship Guide

    Stay connected with Communication internship opportunities by following these action steps.

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  • Professor Kent Ono speaks at Humanities on the Edge Lecture SeriesProfessor Kent Ono speaks at Humanities on the Edge Lecture Series

    The most recent onslaught of anti-immigration rhetoric and politics has put undocumented immigrants in an even more precarious position. One response by undocumented people has been to take up sanctuary in such places as churches and sanctuary cities—places where U.S. immigration law enforcement may have more limited authority. This talk thinks through the idea of sanctuary and its potential usefulness.

    Learn more >>

  • CoH2018 College of Humanities Faculty Awards

    On Wednesday, Oct. 3, Stuart Culver, dean of the College of Humanities, announced the recipients of the college’s 2018 Distinguished Scholar and Rising Star awards.

    Learn more >>

  • Internship GuideInternship Guide

    Stay connected with Communication internship opportunities by following these action steps.

    Learn more >>

  • Professor Kent Ono speaks at Humanities on the Edge Lecture SeriesProfessor Kent Ono speaks at Humanities on the Edge Lecture Series

    The most recent onslaught of anti-immigration rhetoric and politics has put undocumented immigrants in an even more precarious position. One response by undocumented people has been to take up sanctuary in such places as churches and sanctuary cities—places where U.S. immigration law enforcement may have more limited authority. This talk thinks through the idea of sanctuary and its potential usefulness.

    Learn more >>

  • CoH2018 College of Humanities Faculty Awards

    On Wednesday, Oct. 3, Stuart Culver, dean of the College of Humanities, announced the recipients of the college’s 2018 Distinguished Scholar and Rising Star awards.

    Learn more >>

  • Internship GuideInternship Guide

    Stay connected with Communication internship opportunities by following these action steps.

    Learn more >>

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Last Updated: 9/14/18