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Dr. Amy Reynolds
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TV2 Wins Station of the Year, Best Entertainment Show at College Media Association Awards
TV2 Wins Station of the Year, Best Entertainment Show at College Media Association Awards
Doug Goldsmith, an assistant professor in Visual Communication Design, conducts a review of student work during a class session in the Art Building.
Doug Goldsmith, an assistant professor in Visual Communication Design, conducts a review of student work during a class session in the Art Building.
Students in School of Visual Communication Design participate in class discussion.
Students in School of Visual Communication Design participate in class discussion.
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Four academic programs united in July 2002 to establish the College of Communication and Information at Kent State University. The Schools of Communication Studies, Journalism and Mass Communication, Library and Information Science and Visual Communication Design joined in one college to create a unique learning community and to begin a pioneering effort in integrative research and professional practice. The College of Communication and Information continues to build its reputation for collaborative, applied and theoretical research while providing a first-class education for the next generations of communicators and leaders. 



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    The Student Voice Team will work with student media and organizations in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication (JMC) to identify and solve diversity issues in its “Real Talk: Uncut & Uncensored” event Monday, February 9, at 6:30 p.m. in room 340 Franklin Hall. The Student Voice Team is a group of student champions […]
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    This is a story about a student group project that is certainly one for the books – 2,300 books to be exact. Five students in the School of Communication Studies’ Small Groups and Teams course, taught by Professor Rebecca Cline, Ph. D., last fall collected 2,300 new and gently used children’s books to donate to […]