Bronco-iRadio hosted its first Music Festival on September 22!
The Department of Communication waves farewell to Dr. Odozi, FSU's first Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence Professor! Good luck in the future, Dr. Odozi!
Major Curriculum Changes for 2012-13 approved. These affect all new majors starting Fall 2012.
Read this document to see the new and exciting changes.
Prof. Greg Thomas and the FSU Debate Team ends its competition year with a total of 18 awards!
Prof. Skye Dent takes 14 students to the White House for a press tour.
Prof. Greg Thomas hosts 2nd Annual Frederick Douglass Debate during the
Black History Month events at FSU. FSU v. Methodist, and FSU wins its second trophy.
The Department of Communication welcomes Dr. Andrea Baker, who will teach
Mass Communication and Journalism classes, and advise The Voice Student Newspaper.
Bronco-iRadio, our student radio station, officially launches and goes live.
The Department of Communication welcomes FSU's first Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence, Dr. Emmanuel Odozi, from Nigeria. He will teach and conduct research during his year here.
102 Total New Majors in the 2010-11 Academic Year.
The Department of Communication graduates 26 students at Spring Commencement.
Kimberly Durden receives $20,000 Grant.
American Graduate Community Engagement Grant is intended to support radio stations committed to connecting with and engaging their communities to collaboratively address the high school dropout crisis.
The Voice Student Newspaper celebrates its 65th year in operation!
Prof. Greg Thomas hosts 1st Annual Frederick Douglass Debate during the Black History Month
events at FSU. FSU v. Methodist, and FSU wins the trophy.
JOUR210 added into the Core Communication Curriculum, replacing COMM235, for new majors.
Student TV connects to the Campus Closed-Circuit TV System, Channel 14.
Professor Dent hosts journalism panel, Dateline Fayetteville.
The Department graduates 15 students at Winter Commencement.
Department of Communication officially approved for $200,000+ in Title III funds for the renovation of the TV Studio.
Professor Skye Dent arranges for FSU's first film pre-screening, and North Carolina's only pre-screening of Morning Glory. Students, faculty, staff, and administrators were in attendence.
FSU Debate Team travels to Liberty University. Wins first Speaker Trophy.
The 5th Annual "Jazz on the River" concert a huge success for WFSS and the Department.
First Journalism class is offered 2nd 8-week Fall semester
SACS approves the Concentration in Journalism!
SACS approves the Minor in Communication!
The Department of Communication hosts its Open House. More than 140 people are in attendance.
Department approved for $120,000 in Title III funding to complete renovations to the Telecommunications Center and for equipment purchases
Department receives pre-approval for funds to renovate the TV Studio
Professor Joe Ross returns as General Manager of WFSS 91.9FM
July 1: Department of Communication implementation complete
Dr. Frobish becomes department's Interim Chair
Dr. Almeida becomes department's first Assistant Chair
New Hires for Fall 2010!
Skye Dent, Journalism
Kevin Dilley, Journalism
Phillip Boland, Audio/Video Production
Journalism program approved unanimously by the Faculty Senate for Fall 2010!
Renovations begin on the Student Radio Station and Student Production Lab
BIG NEWS: We will be accepting applications for three new faculty positions for Fall 09! One in Mass Communication Production and two in Journalism!
BIG NEWS: Communication Program receives $200,000 Title III grant for state-of-the-art equipment, a new production studio, and renovations.
BIG NEWS: The Journalism track is anticipated to start in the Spring semester! We will have a majors meeting before then to explain the new curriculum.
3 Year Anniversary of the new Major: 130+ declared majors and rising!
Communication Program gets its own state-of-the-art Computer Lab
2 1/2 Year Anniversary of the new Major: 120+ declared majors and increasing!
STUDENTS: Curriculum Guides for Speech Comm and Mass Comm Tracks!
2 year anniversary of the new Major: 80+ declared majors and increasing!
See updated program graduation requirements in the catalog.
1 Year Anniversary of the new Major: 50+ declared majors and increasing!
BA in Communication degree program approved by the Board of Governors for Spring 2006.
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PowerPoint Presentation presented to potential majors on November 18, 2005.