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.
Students Collect 2,300 Books for Reach Out and Read
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 […]
Kent State Intern Creates New Face For Local Company
By Endya Watson, Flash Communications Kent State interns perform a variety of tasks at work. All internships provide real-world experience and a chance to grow as a professional. Some internships, though, provide a chance for Kent State students to not only perform “duties as assigned,” but to make a lasting impact on companies who hire […]