2019 Basic Course Director’s Conference: Improving COMM 110

From May 16-18, 2019, Assistant Professor and Public Speaking Director Brad Serber attended the 58th Annual Communication Basic Course Directors Conference in Sioux Falls, SD. The conference began in 1962 as a way for Communication basic course directors in the Midwest to come together to celebrate their shared achievements, collaborate to solve collective problems, and […]

Great News from our Research Team

The research team including Haseon Park, Emily Gibbens, Dr. Joonghwa Lee, and Dr. Soojung Kim from The SMART’s Lab (Strategic Media and Advertising Research Team’s LAB) at the Department of Communication has submitted a full research paper about Super Bowl Ads to the American Academy of Advertising (AAA) 2019 Annual Conference for the peer-review competition. […]

Dr. Pasch Funded by NSF

We are excited to announce Dr. Pasch has been been funded by the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Arctic Social Sciences Division. Dr. Pasch will serve as principal investigator on a collaborative US/Canadian social scientific grant. This prestigious grant is a great example of the continuous efforts UND faculty put forward in advancing their research and […]

UND Writer’s Conference

Hi everyone, In association with the 2018 UND Writers Conference, the English Department has put together a series of panels called the Grand Challenges Symposium. The panels, running from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Wednesday, include one that English asked Charles Haga to assemble and moderate: “What’s News? The State of Journalism in North […]

Graduate Research Achievement

Our graduate student, Haseon Park, was selected as one of the top 30 finalists at the Graduate Research Achievement Day! Haseon presented her research conducted with Dr. Joonghwa Lee, entitled, “Online Consumer Power in Online Product Reviews of E-Commerce Websites: Comparison between the United States and South Korea.” Congratulations, Haseon!

Open Position: Special Appointment

The Department of Communication at the University of North Dakota invites candidates to apply for a full-time non-tenure track appointment with the title of Instructor in Communication. The successful candidate will enjoy excellent employee benefits, mentoring opportunities, and a supportive work environment. Salaries are competitive. Qualified applicants must have an earned master’s degree in Communication […]

Open Position: Tenure-Track Faculty Member

The Department of Communication at the University of North Dakota invites candidates to apply for a full-time tenure-track appointment with the title of Assistant Professor of Communication. The successful candidate will enjoy excellent employee benefits, mentoring opportunities, and a supportive work environment. Salaries are competitive. Qualified applicants must have an earned doctorate in Communication or […]

PhD Student’s Great Achievement

Exciting news, everyone! Haseon Park, one of our 2nd year PhD students, has submitted her paper to the AAA 2018 Annual Conference with Dr. Joonghwa Lee. Haseon is the leading author (1st author) of this study. Today, we got the news that their paper has been accepted to present at the AAA 2018 Annual Conference! […]

Exciting Accomplishments!

Exciting news everyone! Sarah Cavanah has just won an Undergraduate Research/Creative Activity Award from the College of Arts and Sciences for her research project: “The Real Duck Tails Experience: Using the opportunity of an undergraduate research project to explore effective student sciences communication.” Also, Brad Serber has won the Joyce and Aqueil Ahmad Endowment for […]

Innovative Speaking

Hi everyone! Our very own associate professor, Brad Serber, is featured in the video below from UND Today. We are so excited about our new DigiComm Lab and the opportunities it will provide in student learning, and we are thrilled having Brad as part of our department. Watch the video! http://blogs.und.edu/und-today/2017/10/innovative-speaking/