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The Difficult Dialogues core team (L-R) Rebecca Costantini, current COMM PhD student; Dr. Srivi Ramasubramanian; Dr. Alexandra Sousa, former COMM PhD student; Vanessa Gonlin, current PhD in Sociology; Dr. Anna Wolfe. Not pictured: Asha Winfield, current COMM PhD; and Olivia Osteen, current COMM undergrad.

Encouraging the Difficult Conversation

Posted October 24, 2019

Difficult Dialogues is an initiative that is open to anybody in the campus community to come and have a conversation about race relations. It started with the idea that some students and faculty experience racism on A&M’s campus and other students are very unaware it is happening.

AAB members are seated in a lecture hall, facing the projector screen. They are watching as a member introduces herself to the class.

Getting Students Across the Finish Line & Into the Working World

Posted October 20, 2019

COMM Days connect students with working alumni to learn about different communication career paths and the skills, tactics and nuances of the career world required to secure internships and jobs. Dr. Kylene Wesner, instructional assistant professor in communication, coordinates the event with the department’s alumni association board.