September 17, 2021
Health communication researchers weigh in on why health messaging – and how to communicate effectively – has never been more important. Tragic news of a Texas A&M student's death from COVID-19 complications prompted a campus protest calling for administrators to increase safety measures including more online learning options.
May 27, 2021
Department of Communication graduate students planned the 2021 Communicating Diversity Student Conference where undergraduate and graduate student scholars from Hawaii to Texas to Massachusetts presented their work on collective healing, the theme for this year’s conference.
May 14, 2021
Srividya Ramasubramanian, a Presidential Impact Fellow and Professor of Communication, is director of the initiative by Texas A&M University faculty to create a research lab using data science for social justice to combat bias.
April 16, 2021
Showing Trajectory, a lecture-based talk series highlighting the success of individuals and their paths, will host (Trans)parency in Academia on April 21 at 6 p.m. via Zoom and Facebook Live.
April 8, 2021
As decision week for accepted freshman and prospective graduate students approaches, undergraduate and graduate students and faculty weighed in on the advantages of choosing COMM degrees at Texas A&M.
March 24, 2021
Increasing Diversity in the Newsroom & the News Hosted by Journalism Studies at Texas A&M University Texas high school journalism students and advisors, as well as current Texas A&M University students, are invited to meet and learn from national reporters and multimedia journalists during the 2021 Extending the Reach journalism seminar hosted by the journalism […]
May 26, 2020
In conjunction with the Governor’s Committee on People with Disabilities, the Department of Communication/Journalism program hosted a virtual 2020 Barbara Jordan Media Award ceremony recognizing media professionals and student journalists from across Texas for work published in 2019.
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.
September 12, 2019
The rise of social media in the past decade has created a more efficient way to identify disease outbreak through media platforms such as Twitter. Texas A&M health communication expert Dr. Lu Tang and her team work together to identify health behaviors, beliefs and attitudes on social media during disease outbreaks.