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.
Five Classes Every College Student Should Take (No Matter What Your Major)
(From USA Today, June 26, 2014) Sometimes in the midst of trying to complete all of our graduation and major requirements, we forget that there might be some breathing room for extracurricular courses. There are definitely some classes that should be required and that everyone should have under their belts as part of their college […]
Steve Sheinkin & Julie Cummins Headline Summer Symposium
Authors Steve Sheinkin and Julie Cummins are keynote speakers at this year’s Summer Symposium on Tuesday, Aug. 5,in the Kent Student Center. The symposium is sponsored by the Kent State University School of Library and Information Science and the Northeast Ohio Regional Library System (NEO-RLS). Educational sessions include Common Core Apps, Weeding Non-Fiction and eBooks, Research as Detective Work (presented […]