Midwest Association for Canadian Studies conference planned

The Midwest Association for Canadian Studies will be partnering with the Consulate of Canada in Minneapolis to host the 2012 MWACS conference in Grand Forks on Oct. 5-6, 2012. On Friday, Oct. 5, we will bring in speakers engaged in issues related to border security in the Great Plains and Prairies. Both the University and […]

Doctoral examination for Charlotte Klesman, Sept. 28

The doctoral examination for Charlotte Klesman, a candidate for the Ph.D. degree with a major in Communication and Public Discourse, is set for 10 a.m. Friday, Sept. 28, in 219 Merrifield Hall. The dissertation title is “Communication Challenges Associated with Voyageurs National Park Using Narrative Analysis.” Kyle Conway (Communication) is the committee chair. The public […]

Communication Program Colloquium Series Begins

The Communication Program Fall Colloquium Series begins this Thursday, September 13th from 2-3:30 pm in Swanson Hall room 10-12 with Dr. Slavka Antonova.  Dr. Antonova is a Communication Program associate professor and will speak on Establishing human rights as the conceptual framework of the global Internet governance debate. The U.S. philosopher Alan Gewirth’s concept of […]

Communication scholars publish on journalism education in Russia

UND Communication Program faculty members Slavka Antonova and Richard Shafer recently published their co-authored article: “Journalism Education in Russia: Contemporary Trends in a Historical Context” in the Journal of Global Mass Communication. The article draws on interviews with Russian faculty of journalism leaders – Moscow University among them, which Antonova is familiar with from her […]