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Emeritus Professor Wins First Amendment Research Award
Stephen Smith, professor emeritus of communication, received the 2019 James Madison Prize for his new book, Freedom of Religion: Foundational Documents and Historical Arguments.
Communication Professor Honored With Two Awards at Regional Conference
Myria Allen, professor of communication, was honored with double accolades the 2019 Michael M. Osborn Teacher-Scholar Award and the J. Donald Ragsdale Award for Mentoring.
Teaching Academy Inducts 2018 New Fellows and Presents Imhoff Awards
The University of Arkansas Teaching Academy inducted five new Fellows and recognized the finalists and the recipient of the Imhoff Award for Outstanding Teaching and Student Mentorship.
Pryor Center Presents: Discovering a Lost Film Among Charlie Chaplin's Outtakes
Frank Scheide, professor of communication, will present a lecture at 6 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 30, at the Pryor Center, describing outtakes from the films of screen star Charlie Chaplin.
U of A Graduate in Communication Wins National Award for Master's Thesis
Elizabeth Ashley Clayborn, a 2018 graduate of the Department of Communication, has won a national communication award for outstanding master's thesis.
Allen Nationally Recognized as Outstanding Graduate Mentor
Myria Allen, graduate director in the Department of Communication, was recently recognized as the National Communication Association Master's Section 2018 Outstanding Mentor in Master's Education.
Remembering Donna Axum Whitworth: Miss America, Lifelong U of A Supporter
The first Arkansan to be crowned Miss America never forgot her roots in the state and at the University of Arkansas.
Arts and Humanities Seed Fund Recipients Announced
Funded projects are intended to enrich the research and professional growth of the faculty member and the university, and result in new opportunities for research and other creative endeavors.
Online B.A. Program in Communication Celebrates its First Graduates
Students overcome barriers of time, distance and family responsibilities to complete bachelor’s degrees in communication via online courses.
Oversharing Can Have Consequences, Research Says
Researcher finds that relationships are at risk when people fail to set expectations about the sharing of private information.