Archive for November, 2010

Communication 2.0: The Age of Social Media

November 30, 2010
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~ A guest blog by Isaac Katz College of Communication student and Lambda Pi Eta member ~ Since the dawn of the printing press, communication as we know it has gone through different eras. In the mid-1400′s, it was that press which brought messages to the rich, and later, newspaper taught the poor to...
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Twitter and Organizational Communication

November 28, 2010
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~ A Guest Blog by Stephanie Lutz College of Communication student and member of Lambda Pi Eta ~ Social Media has become a way of life for most of mainstream society which were once limited to “extreme” users are now a daily activity for many individuals. The explosion of something on the Internet is...
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Erich Maria Remarque Bio-Pic Screening

November 23, 2010
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Erich Maria Remarque Bio-Pic Screening

On Thursday, November 18, the Department of Radio/TV/Film, the College of Communication, and the International Center sponsored the first U.S. screening of a film documentary of the life of writer Erich Maria Remarque.  The film, made for German television and the brainchild of Dr. Wolfgang Becker, documents the early years of Remarque’s life (1898-1970)...
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Communication, not CommunicationS

November 12, 2010
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This is a reprinting of a previous post, but it’s an important point, so here it is again!  LBA In written and spoken discussions of our field, it is common to hear people talk about the study of “communications.” And, there are even departments and colleges across the country that utilize that word choice...
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Inquirer Crime Reporter George Anastasia Speaks at Rowan

November 4, 2010
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Tuesday, November 16th 10:45 to Noon Student Center Ballroom This event, sponsored by the Department of Journalism, College of Communication is free and open to the public. To read more about Anastasia’s impressive career in crime journalism, visit his website at www.georgeanastasia.com
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