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CSUSB Alum Accepted to Four Doctoral Programs
Ariana Cano offered full funding for pursuing her Ph.D.
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Dr. Ahlam Muhtaseb Awarded for Outstanding Scholarship, Research and Creative Activities!
Campus leaders speak of her extraordinary scholarly and creative accomplishment.
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Early Tenure for Three Faculty in Communication Studies
Recognition for excellence as teacher-scholars
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Newly Admitted MA Student Wins Award at Model United Nations
She co-authored the outstanding position paper for the economic and social council plenary
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Three Grad Students Present at Conference in Mexico City
They will attend Conferencias Jóvenes con Futuro (Young People with a Future)
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Grad Student Luis Esparza Accepted to PhD Before Completion of MA
First time in at least six years this is known to happen
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Faculty Recognized at WSCA - Aubrey Fisher Outstanding Journal Article
Most prestigious award given by WSCA for a journal article to Dr. Bergquist
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Comm Professor Receives New $1M Grant!
$1 Million Awarded to Decrease Equity Gaps in Chemistry Through Adaptive Learning
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Comm Symposium 2020 CANCELLED!
UPDATE: The Comm Symposium is cancelled. We thank all of you for your patience during our campus closure.
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Dismantling the "Isms"
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Finals Retreat a Success!
Communication Matters
Communication Matters. Here's Why
A beautiful thing about communication is its ongoingness.
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Faculty Learning Community Led by Prof. Gotch Contributes Updates to Comm 120
Donna Gotch facilitated a program-based Faculty Learning Community with Instructors Alatorre, Patzold and Wassing participating.
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Speaker Lineup Announced for Comm Symposium!
Speakers are ANNOUNCED for the Spring Comm symposium and we have something NEW and EXCITING this year!
Graduate Student Melody Adejare Wins Outstanding Emerging Scholars at Southern States Communication Association
Melody Adejare’s paper “Media Influences on Intercultural Communication: People’s Perceptions of Racial Groups” was not only accepted by the Intercultural Communication Division of the Southern States Communication Association, it will also be part of the
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Grad Students speaks to University Grad Orientation
Graduate Student Sean Maulding speaks to the 200+ incoming graduate students at the graduate student orientation, as a member of the grad committee for Associated Students Incorporated.
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$4000 Awarded to Comm Interns in Spring
Four students each received a $1000 scholarship or stipend to support their studies in Comm591 (Communication Studies undergraduate internship) in Spring 2019.
College of Arts and Letters Empowering Chicano /A/X Survivors
Empowering Chicano/a/x Survivors: Healing Trauma Through Art
Healing through music, poetry and art will be the feature of this new event March 21, 2019, from 12:00pm-5:00pm in UH-053.
Communication at Play
Seven COMM Faculty and Grad. Students Present at NCA
Congratulations to the following who presented at the National Communication Association convention in Salt Lake City: Gretchen Bergquist, paper: "Family Socialization and Perceptions of Mental Health" Gretchen Bergquist, paper: "Exploring the content and
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Prof. Nerren and Instructor Vierra Present on PR and Teaching at Euromedia
Comm lecturers attended and presented at IAFOR EuroMedia conference in Brighton UK in July 2019.
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PROFILE: Graduate Teaching Associate Vierra - Strong Determination for Student Success
Jessica Vierra is a Graduate Teaching Associate where she teaches two sections of Oral Communication while also completing her Master’s degree.
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Graduate Student Sean Maulding Accepted to Two Upcoming Research Conferences!
Sean Maulding’s paper “Pussy Hats and Anti-Trans Sentiments: When Second-Wave and Third-Wave Collide” was accepted by the Western Social Science Association for presentation at their 2019 Conference.
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Dr. Muhtaseb to Screen 1948 at USF
Executive Producer Dr. Muhtaseb will screen and hold a Q and A on Wed, Nov. 6 at 6:15. Event is open to the public.
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Spring 2019 Commencement Celebrated
We celebrate commencement together as students, staff and faculty. Enjoy a few images from the recent event.
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Student Paper Receiving Award by College Media Association
The department wants to congratulate the Coyote Chronicle for Excellence in Student Media.
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Dr. Muhtaseb's Film "1948: Creation and Catastrophe" receives Rebuilding Alliance Award
Dr. Ahlam Muhtaseb and her co-producer/director Mr. Andy Trimlett who have received the "Storytellers: Media & Education Award" from the Rebuilding Alliance organization.
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Comm Graduate MA Program Welcomes New Cohort
The new graduate students are welcomed by the Grad Coordinator and Department Chair in orientation and in the graduate student potluck, hosted each year by Dr. Muhtaseb.
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Professors and Grad Students Present at ICA
Dr. Corriganpresented his paper "New directions for critically theorizing the sports-media-society relationship: The Athletic and the disaggregation of sports media from public service journalism" at the ICA pre-conference "Sports Communication and Social
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1948 Screening in SMSU by Dr. Muhtaseb
Join Dr. Muhtaseb for a screening of her highly praised film, "1948: Creation and Catastrophe" a documentary of the historical roots of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.
Communication Matters
Communication Matters. Here's Why
A beautiful thing about communication is its ongoingness.
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Alum Manny Sandoval selected as Asm. Reyes "30 under 30"
Alum Manny Sandoval, a recent speaker at our Comm. Symposium, was selected to be recognized by Aseembly Member Reyes as one of her "30 under 30" Congratulations!
Syrianamericana hosted by Dr. Muhtaseb
Dr. Ahlam Muhtaseb is the director of CIMES. She co-produced and hosted the well-attended event Syrianamericana: A Nation State of Mind with rapper-poet Omar Offendum on January 29th.
Graduate Student Melody Adejare Wins Outstanding Emerging Scholars at Southern States Communication Association
Melody Adejare’s paper “Media Influences on Intercultural Communication: People’s Perceptions of Racial Groups” was not only accepted by the Intercultural Communication Division of the Southern States Communication Association, it will also be part of the
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Grad Students speaks to University Grad Orientation
Graduate Student Sean Maulding speaks to the 200+ incoming graduate students at the graduate student orientation, as a member of the grad committee for Associated Students Incorporated.
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Dr. Muhtaseb and Prof. Nerren Complete Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Institute
A year-long institute to increase and enhance equitable opportunities at CSUSB, Dr. Muhtaseb and Prof. Nerren were recognized by Dean of the Library Caesar Cabrillo for the completion of the program and their presentations to the university.
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First PRSSA Meeting of 2019 a Success!
CSUSB’s Public Relations Student Society of America conducted their first meeting of 2019 on January 29.
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Seven CSUSB Communication Students Attend Polaris Awards
Seven CSUSB Communication students from CoyotePR, the on-campus student public relations firm, attended the Polaris Awards for the first time on Thursday, November 8, 2018, at the Riverside Convention Center.
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Recent Grad Awarded for Service to Individuals with Disabilities
CoyotePR member and recent Comm graduate Gilbert was awarded for his superior service to individuals with disabilities in his recent internship with Options for All, a nonprofit offering digital multimedia training and filmaking for individuals of all abi
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PROFILE: Dr. Julie Taylor - Guide, Mentor and Facilitator
Dr. Taylor is recognized as an outstanding faculty member who goes above and beyond for both her current and former students.
‘Solidarity: Stories of Palestine’ Gala Awards and Benefit Dinner to Honor Professor Ahlam Muhtaseb
Rebuilding Alliance will be hosting a Gala Awards ceremony, benefit dinner, and silent auction to benefit Gaza artists including CSUSB’s very own Ahlam Muhtaseb will be making an appearance, accepting the Storytellers Award on behalf of her documentary, “
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PR Student Interning at Cartoon Network Adult Swim!
A current Public Relations student is interning at Cartoon Network's Adult Swim program, a strutured internship that has served as a launchpad for many in the PR and media industries.
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Comm Student Wins Emmy!
Student Ethan Mink wins Emmy for his role as researcher on KVCR program "Vietnam Speaks." Mink also served as intern on the program "From Scratch" which also received an Emmy.
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Graduate Student Luis Esparza Presenting Twice at NACCS Conference
Congratulations to graduate student Luis Esparza whose paper, “Desde la Periferia de La Milpa: A Study of Sexual Minorities in Nuevo Refugio” was accepted by the Non-conforming Imperatives Interest Group of the National Association for Chicana and Chicano
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CSUSB Forensics Team Medals at the Griffin Invitational Forensics Tournament
The team has returned from the Griffin Invitational Forensics Tournament in El Cajon, CA with a win!
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Comm Graduate MA Program Welcomes New Cohort
The new graduate students are welcomed by the Grad Coordinator and Department Chair in orientation and in the graduate student potluck, hosted each year by Dr. Muhtaseb.
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Dr. Muhtaseb with Two New Film Screenings
In the Spring, Dr. Muhtaseb held two rare California screenings of her film "1948" to LA Jews for Peace in Pasadena, and for Palestinian Cultural Day in Santa Clara.
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A Special Community Screening in Oakland of 1948: Creation and Catastrophe
There will be a special screening of the film 1948: Creation and Catastrophe followed by a discussion with Filmmakers Andy Trimlett and Dr. Ahlam Muhtaseb of Cal State San Bernardino, moderated by Dr. Hatem Bazian of Zaytuna College.
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Students Take Home CSU Media Arts Award!
At the 29th Annual CSU Media Arts Festival held Wednesday, November 13, 2019, the following students from CSU San Bernardino representing Communications received certificates in honor of their finalist project: Cesar Chanon, Julia Anne Davis, Amanda Romer
Coyote Chronicles
Coyote Chronicle Features Comm Symposium on Front Page
The 2019 Comm symposium was bigger and better than ever before and the Coyote Chronicle was among the first members of the media to pick up on this groundswell effort, featuring the event as their cover story.
Syrianamericana hosted by Dr. Muhtaseb
Dr. Ahlam Muhtaseb is the director of CIMES. She co-produced and hosted the well-attended event Syrianamericana: A Nation State of Mind with rapper-poet Omar Offendum on January 29th.
Art of Dreaming Event
Art of Dreaming Event Held by Dr. Gallegos a Success!
In collaboration with the Undocumented Student Success Center, the Coyote Pack, and the Department of Communication Studies held a meaningful event that helps students and community cope with current issues by creating a space where they can engage in dia
Dr. Fong Published in China Media Research
Dr. Fong was recently published for her work "Chinese International Students' Adaptive Orientations to Intercultural Compliment Interactions with Caucasian Americans.
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Dr. Muhtaseb and Prof. Nerren Complete Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Institute
A year-long institute to increase and enhance equitable opportunities at CSUSB, Dr. Muhtaseb and Prof. Nerren were recognized by Dean of the Library Caesar Cabrillo for the completion of the program and their presentations to the university.
PRSSA Meeting
First PRSSA Meeting of 2019 a Success!
CSUSB’s Public Relations Student Society of America conducted their first meeting of 2019 on January 29.
Digital Disconnect
Coyote Chronicle Livestreaming at Media Literacy Event Nov. 14
Streaming LIVE on Coyote Chronicle Facebook, a screening of the discussion following Digital Disconnect: Fake News, Privacy and Democracy facilitated by T.C. Corrigan and Rod Metts, Dept of Comm Studies.
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Dr. Heisterkamp Published in Western Journal of Communication
Dr. Heisterkamp was the President of the Western States Communication Association in 2019 and his presidential address was recently published in the Western Journal of Communication.
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PROFILE: Professor Girard - Bringing the Real World Into the Classroom
Professor Donald Girard has been a full-time lecturer at CSUSB for six years and has made incredible contributions to the Public Relations concentration due to his knowledge, experience and past work in the industry
‘Solidarity: Stories of Palestine’ Gala Awards and Benefit Dinner to Honor Professor Ahlam Muhtaseb
Rebuilding Alliance will be hosting a Gala Awards ceremony, benefit dinner, and silent auction to benefit Gaza artists including CSUSB’s very own Ahlam Muhtaseb will be making an appearance, accepting the Storytellers Award on behalf of her documentary, “
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Professor Pate's Book Optioned by Producer for HBO
Professor Pate's "Tears of Gaduhav" was just picked up for another 18 month option to shop around and produce for a potential T.V. limited series by Mission Control Productions and William MacDonald, the same producer that did ROME for HBO several years a
IE-CENTRICITY: CENTERING OUR STORIES
IE Centricity Event Tells Student Stories
Graduate Student Luis Esparza, in conjuction with department and university clubs and programs, held an event, "IE Centricity: Centering Our Stories," an event where students spoke their truths through music, art and poetry.
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Graduate Student Luis Esparza Presenting Twice at NACCS Conference
Congratulations to graduate student Luis Esparza whose paper, “Desde la Periferia de La Milpa: A Study of Sexual Minorities in Nuevo Refugio” was accepted by the Non-conforming Imperatives Interest Group of the National Association for Chicana and Chicano
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CSUSB Forensics Team Medals at the Griffin Invitational Forensics Tournament
The team has returned from the Griffin Invitational Forensics Tournament in El Cajon, CA with a win!
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PROFILE: Professor Oregel - Filmmaker with Following in Art and Film
Roberto S. Oregel is a producer and director, known for Eloy Take Two (2010), One Man Show (2013) and Casa Libre/Freedom House (2008).
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Dr. Muhtaseb with Two New Film Screenings
In the Spring, Dr. Muhtaseb held two rare California screenings of her film "1948" to LA Jews for Peace in Pasadena, and for Palestinian Cultural Day in Santa Clara.
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UC Irvine Hosts Dr. Muhtaseb for Screening and Panel Discussion
The UCI School of Social Ecology, School of Social Sciences and School of Humanities will screen Dr. Muhtaseb's film with riveting and moving personal recollections of both Palestines and Israelis revealing shocking events of the most pivotal year in the
Death Taco Challenge
Students Take Home CSU Media Arts Award!
At the 29th Annual CSU Media Arts Festival held Wednesday, November 13, 2019, the following students from CSU San Bernardino representing Communications received certificates in honor of their finalist project: Cesar Chanon, Julia Anne Davis, Amanda Romer
Coyote Chronicles
Coyote Chronicle Features Comm Symposium on Front Page
The 2019 Comm symposium was bigger and better than ever before and the Coyote Chronicle was among the first members of the media to pick up on this groundswell effort, featuring the event as their cover story.
Congratulations to Dr. Corrigan, Gallegos and Taylor for CEAT Awards!
The CEAT awards for exceptional service to students has been awarded to Dr. Ahlam Muhtaseb, Dr. T.C. Corrigan, Dr. Liliana Conlisk Gallegos, and Dr. Julie Taylor.
Comm Symposium
Annual Communication Studies Symposium to be Held at California State University San Bernardino - May 7
The Communication Studies Symposium will be held at California State University San Bernardino on May 7, 2019, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Celebrating communication studies students and featuring awards and speakers, the Symposium helps students conquer anythin
Dr. Fong Published in China Media Research
Dr. Fong was recently published for her work "Chinese International Students' Adaptive Orientations to Intercultural Compliment Interactions with Caucasian Americans.
25 Years of Service
Mike Wichman with 25 Years Service
Please join the department in congratulating Mike Wichman on 25 years of service to CSUSB.
CEO Eddy Hartenstein
Discussion with Former LA Times Publisher and CEO Eddy Hartenstein at CSUSB
This February, CSUSB welcomes Emmy Award winning creator of DirecTV and Former LA Times Publisher and CEO Eddy Hartenstein.
Digital Disconnect
Coyote Chronicle Livestreaming at Media Literacy Event Nov. 14
Streaming LIVE on Coyote Chronicle Facebook, a screening of the discussion following Digital Disconnect: Fake News, Privacy and Democracy facilitated by T.C. Corrigan and Rod Metts, Dept of Comm Studies.
Honors
University Honors Summer Institute Attended by Comm. Professors and Instructors
Donna Gotch, Lecturer, Hadia Bendelhoum and Angelina Burkhart, Adjunct Faculty, participated in a summer institute, co-sponsored by the University Honors Program and the Faculty Center for Excellence.
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Dr. Mary Fong Publishes New Book!
Professor Mary Fong and Karl’s “Two Heart Nuts to Crack!” is the first memoir of Mary Fong’s Magnificent Mess trilogy.
Donna Gotch
PROFILE: Professor Donna Gotch - An Educator with a Following
Donna Gotch is a full time faculty member at California State University, San Bernardino.
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CoyotePR Featured by CSU System News as Student Run Agency
The CSU featured student run PR agencies, including CoyotePR, our CSUSB student-run agency, for being an innovative approach to learn hands-on skills.
IE-CENTRICITY: CENTERING OUR STORIES
IE Centricity Event Tells Student Stories
Graduate Student Luis Esparza, in conjuction with department and university clubs and programs, held an event, "IE Centricity: Centering Our Stories," an event where students spoke their truths through music, art and poetry.
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Professor Jess Block Nerren Presents at CalABA
On February 1 to 3, 2019, Professor Jess Block Nerren used a TRC TSSA grant to attend sessions and to present a panel on "Effective Communication and Collaboration."
Join Our Team
Join Our Dedicated Faculty Team!
With a world-class faculty practicing, teaching and researching on the cutting edge of the field of Communication Studies, the CSUSB Dept. of Communication Studies might be an incredible new chapter in your story.
Dr. Larry Hygh
PROFILE: Dr. Hygh Brings Energy and Know-How to the PR Classroom
Dr. Larry Hygh joins CSUSB as the newest full time lecturer in Public Relations, bringing his energy and enthusiasm to a new generation of PR professionals.
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Dr. Grant to Attend Prestigious HERS Academy
Dr. Grant was accepted to the prestigious HERS Academy for Women in Higher Education Leadership Academy.
69th Annual ICA Conference
Graduate Student Andre Adame’s Paper Accepted by the International Communication Association for their 2019 Conference
Congratulations to graduate student Andre Adame for having his paper “Child's Play: A Critical Examination of the Video Game ‘PeaceMaker’" accepted for the 69th Annual International Communication Association (ICA) Conference, Communication Beyond Boundari
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Intersectional Garden Event
CELEBRATING OUR IDENTITIES THROUGHART, MUSIC, POETRY, AND PAN DULCE!DECEMBER 5, 2019@2PMPFAU LIBRARY PL-4005
Comm event
2019 Comm Symposium a Success!
The 2019 Comm Symposium, with a theme of "Transcending Boundaries" celebrated outstanding students and explored many academic and professional topics in communication studies.
Interim GTA Coordinator Carol Damgen in Playwriting Program at Los Angeles
The department wishes to congratulate the Interim GTA Coordinator Carol Damgen, who as Vice-Chair of the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival National Playwriting Program, will make two large presentations at the Region VIII Festival in Los An
Comm Symposium
Annual Communication Studies Symposium to be Held at California State University San Bernardino - May 7
The Communication Studies Symposium will be held at California State University San Bernardino on May 7, 2019, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Celebrating communication studies students and featuring awards and speakers, the Symposium helps students conquer anythin
2019 CSU Media Arts Festival
CSUSB Makes Finalist category of the CSU Media Arts Festival
The "Death Taco Challenge" story on Local Matters, CSUSB's local TV news program, was selected to be a finalist in the CSU Media Arts Festival, a first time in the festival's history that CSUSB was selected.
25 Years of Service
Mike Wichman with 25 Years Service
Please join the department in congratulating Mike Wichman on 25 years of service to CSUSB.
CEO Eddy Hartenstein
Discussion with Former LA Times Publisher and CEO Eddy Hartenstein at CSUSB
This February, CSUSB welcomes Emmy Award winning creator of DirecTV and Former LA Times Publisher and CEO Eddy Hartenstein.
Honors
University Honors Summer Institute Attended by Comm. Professors and Instructors
Donna Gotch, Lecturer, Hadia Bendelhoum and Angelina Burkhart, Adjunct Faculty, participated in a summer institute, co-sponsored by the University Honors Program and the Faculty Center for Excellence.
"Two Heart Nuts to CRACK" Cover
Dr. Mary Fong Publishes New Book!
Professor Mary Fong and Karl’s “Two Heart Nuts to Crack!” is the first memoir of Mary Fong’s Magnificent Mess trilogy.
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PROFILE: Professor Donna Cooley - Alumna and Professor with Real World Experience
Professor Donna Cooley is alumna and part-time faculty member at California State University, San Bernardino, where she instructs communications courses including Oral Communication, Interviewing, and Senior Project but she has made so many incredible con
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Prof. Gotch Attends "I'm First Alliance"
Professor Donna Gotch attended and was featured by the University at the First-Generation Student Welcome Reception as part of its newly launched initiative, I’m First Alliance, a program to support new first-generation students – both freshmen and transf
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Professor Gotch Awarded Outstanding Lecturer
Professor Gotch was surprised in class with news she won the 2019 Outstanding Lecturer Award for the university.
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Women of Color in Academia Panel: Dr. Liliana Conlisk Gallegos’s Article and Certificate of Recognition
On Friday, February 8, 2019, Dr. Gallegos presented, “Somos la dignidad rebelde: On Mexican Indigenous praxis of resistance pedagogy, no longer misappropriated under US ‘innovative’ methods'” at the Women of Color in Academia panel.
Join Our Team
Join Our Dedicated Faculty Team!
With a world-class faculty practicing, teaching and researching on the cutting edge of the field of Communication Studies, the CSUSB Dept. of Communication Studies might be an incredible new chapter in your story.
Dr. Muhtaseb
PROFILE: Dr. Muhtaseb - Champion for Students and Acclaimed Filmmaker
Dr. Ahlam Muhtaseb is a professor of media studies at California State University, San Bernardino. At CSUSB, and around the world, Dr. Muhtaseb is an esteemed leader and mentor to many.
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Dr. Gallegos Receives Research and Creative Activity Award
Dr. Gallegos has been selected as one of this year’s 2019 CSUSB Research and Creative Activity Mentor Awardees.
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Graduate Student Andre Adame’s Paper Accepted by the International Communication Association for their 2019 Conference
Congratulations to graduate student Andre Adame for having his paper “Child's Play: A Critical Examination of the Video Game ‘PeaceMaker’" accepted for the 69th Annual International Communication Association (ICA) Conference, Communication Beyond Boundari
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CoyotePR Selected as PRSA Polaris Award Finalist
CoyotePR was selected for a PRSA Polaris or Capella award at the November 2019 Polaris awards.
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2019 Comm Symposium a Success!
The 2019 Comm Symposium, with a theme of "Transcending Boundaries" celebrated outstanding students and explored many academic and professional topics in communication studies.
Interim GTA Coordinator Carol Damgen in Playwriting Program at Los Angeles
The department wishes to congratulate the Interim GTA Coordinator Carol Damgen, who as Vice-Chair of the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival National Playwriting Program, will make two large presentations at the Region VIII Festival in Los An
CSUSB Student Research Competition
Deadline for Student Research Competition Entries - Dec. 7!
Participate in this year’sCSUSB Student Research Competition. This is a wonderful event for students to showcase their work and develop their presentation skills.
2019 CSU Media Arts Festival
CSUSB Makes Finalist category of the CSU Media Arts Festival
The "Death Taco Challenge" story on Local Matters, CSUSB's local TV news program, was selected to be a finalist in the CSU Media Arts Festival, a first time in the festival's history that CSUSB was selected.
Vietnam Speaks
Dr. Corrigan Mentors Student Nominated for Emmy
Dr. Corrigan was recognized for his mentorship of undergraduate Ethan Mink, recipient of Outstanding Student in Media Studies and nominated for an Emmy award in the "Military - Program or Special" category by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sc
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CSUSB Podcast Club to Hold First Meeting!
The CSUSB Podcast Club will hold their first meeting on Monday, February 18th, from 12 to 2 pm in PL5005M.
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Faculty Learning Community Led by Prof. Gotch Contributes Updates to Comm 120
Donna Gotch facilitated a program-based Faculty Learning Community with Instructors Alatorre, Patzold and Wassing participating.
Comm symposium meeting
Speaker Lineup Announced for Comm Symposium!
Speakers are ANNOUNCED for the Spring Comm symposium and we have something NEW and EXCITING this year!
Dr. Brian Heisterkamp
PROFILE: Dr. Brian Heisterkamp - President of the Western States Communication Association
Dr. Brian Heisterkamp is a professor and a long-time valued member of CSUSB. He is known by his students as someone who is very knowledgeable and passionate about what he teaches.
1948: Creation & Catastrophe
Dr. Muhtaseb Speaking at San Jose State
Dr. Muhtaseb will have a screening and talk at San Jose State University on October 17 on her highly acclaimed film, 1948.
Internship
$4000 Awarded to Comm Interns in Spring
Four students each received a $1000 scholarship or stipend to support their studies in Comm591 (Communication Studies undergraduate internship) in Spring 2019.
College of Arts and Letters Empowering Chicano /A/X Survivors
Empowering Chicano/a/x Survivors: Healing Trauma Through Art
Healing through music, poetry and art will be the feature of this new event March 21, 2019, from 12:00pm-5:00pm in UH-053.
Communication at Play
Seven COMM Faculty and Grad. Students Present at NCA
Congratulations to the following who presented at the National Communication Association convention in Salt Lake City: Gretchen Bergquist, paper: "Family Socialization and Perceptions of Mental Health" Gretchen Bergquist, paper: "Exploring the content and
ACUE
Professor Gotch Leads ACUE on Effective Teaching
During Winter and Spring 2019 Professor Donna Gotch lead a faculty cohort in 25 online learning modules mentoring them in using new teaching strategies in their classes.
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Dr. Leo to Serve New Four-Year Term in Palm Desert City Council Committee
The Palm Desert City Council re- appointed Dr. Leo as Chair of the Investment, Audit and Finance Committee. He will serve a four year term.
Advocating with Evidence
Graduate Student Sean Maulding Accepted to Two Upcoming Research Conferences!
Sean Maulding’s paper “Pussy Hats and Anti-Trans Sentiments: When Second-Wave and Third-Wave Collide” was accepted by the Western Social Science Association for presentation at their 2019 Conference.
1948: Creation and Catastrophe
Dr. Muhtaseb to Screen 1948 at USF
Executive Producer Dr. Muhtaseb will screen and hold a Q and A on Wed, Nov. 6 at 6:15. Event is open to the public.
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Students Awarded at 2019 Comm Symposium!
Students were honored and recognized for their outstanding work at the 2019 Communication Symposium.
California College Media Association
Student Paper Receiving Award by College Media Association
The department wants to congratulate the Coyote Chronicle for Excellence in Student Media.
CSUSB Student Research Competition
Deadline for Student Research Competition Entries - Dec. 7!
Participate in this year’sCSUSB Student Research Competition. This is a wonderful event for students to showcase their work and develop their presentation skills.
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Recent Comm Major Attending Law School
A '17 PR Major will be attending law school beginning in September 2019. Congratulations to our Alum for their success!
Vietnam Speaks
Dr. Corrigan Mentors Student Nominated for Emmy
Dr. Corrigan was recognized for his mentorship of undergraduate Ethan Mink, recipient of Outstanding Student in Media Studies and nominated for an Emmy award in the "Military - Program or Special" category by the National Academy of Television Arts and Sc
1948 Creation & Catastrophe
1948 Screening in SMSU by Dr. Muhtaseb
Join Dr. Muhtaseb for a screening of her highly praised film, "1948: Creation and Catastrophe" a documentary of the historical roots of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict.
Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship Program
Mellon Mays Fellowship Awarded
Student Scott Romo, and his faculty mentor, Dr. T.C. Corrigan, received the Mellon Mays Fellowship.
Students Awarded at WSCA Debate Competition
In February, the Forensics team went to Santa Clara University to compete at the WSCA tournament.
Communication & Media Studies
Emerging Scholar Award to Recent Graduate and Adjunct Faculty
We are proud to congratulate Ariana Cano who will be receiving the Emerging Scholar Award at the Third International Conference on Communication and Media Studies in Berkeley California!
Prof. Jess Block Nerren Invited to CalABA Stakeholder Advisory Committee
Prof. Jess Block Nerren has been invited by the Executive Director to join the California Association for Behavior Analysis (CalABA) Stakeholder Advisory Committee.
Coyote Chronicle Available in Web, Print and Email
The Coyote Chronicle is the student newspaper for California State University, San Bernardino, and is supported by the Department of Communication Studies.
Two Graduate Students to Present at UCI Social Justice Research Symposium
Graduate students Walker Beverly and Richard Contreras were accepted for presentation at the UCI Social Justice Research Symposium on May 25 at UC Irvine.
Annual Communication Studies Symposium “What’s Next?” to be Held at California State University San Bernardino - May 1
An event designed to further prepare current students for life after graduation, the Communication Studies Symposium, will be held at California State University San Bernardino May 1, 2018, from 9am-3pm in the San Manuel Student Union.
Standing Ovation for Film by Dr. Muhtaseb
Dr. Muhtaseb received an energetic standing ovation following the screening of her film "1948: Creation & Catastrophe" at the San Diego Arab Film Festival on October 29.
Dr. Muhtaseb gives film lecture at Australia: Monash Oct. 5
Dr. Muhtaseb speaks at the sold out Melbourne premiere of "1948" at the Australia Palestine Film Festival, which is one of 6 Australia premiers.
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CAST 2018 Celebrates Public Speaking
On May 24, students from Comm 120 Oral Communication competed in persuasive and informative speeches, at the Santos Manuel Student Union, during the CAST public speaking competition held by the Forensics club and sponsored by Rand McNally and the Dept. of
Dr. Taylor and Dr. Bahk Present Research at College of Arts and Letters Colloquium
Our faculty are active scholars, performers, and artists who present their work locally, nationally, and internationally.
RESCHEDULED Pulitzer Prize Winner Nick Ut to Speak at CSUSB Oct. 9
Photojournalist Nick Ut's iconic 1972 Vietnam War photo of 9-year-old Kim Phuc, "Napalm Girl," hugely influenced public opinion and won the Pulitzer Prize, but his work doesn't end there.
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Students awarded at 2018 Comm Symposium
Students were commended at the 2018 Comm. Symposium. Awardees were recognized on stage at the annual 200-person event, the only one of its kind in the College of Arts and Letters.
Graduate Program Potluck Held for Graduate Students
For the graduate students to kick off the Fall 2017 quarter, Department of Communication Studies Graduate Coordinator Dr. Muhtaseb held a Graduate Program Potluck in her home.
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NASA PR Employee and CSUSB Grad Visits Class
Recent graduate and NASA Social Media Manager Jessica Arreola visited PR Campaigns (plus visitors from many other classes) to share her story of her journey as a comm professional and as a person.
Dr. T.C. Corrigan Named to Faculty Senate
Dr. Corrigan has been ratified to the CSUSB Faculty Senate for the 2018-2020 term.
Students Awarded at WSCA Debate Competition
In February, the Forensics team went to Santa Clara University to compete at the WSCA tournament.
Communication & Media Studies
Emerging Scholar Award to Recent Graduate and Adjunct Faculty
We are proud to congratulate Ariana Cano who will be receiving the Emerging Scholar Award at the Third International Conference on Communication and Media Studies in Berkeley California!
Union for Democratic Communications
Dr. Rod Metts and Dr. Thomas Corrigan Present at the Union for Democratic Communication Conference
Dr. Rod Metts and Dr. Thomas Corrigan presented at the Union for Democratic Communication Conference, Media, Resistance, and Justice: The Fight for Humanity, May 10-13, 2018, at Loyola University Chicago, Chicago, Illinois. Dr. Metts paper was titled: Rec
Student Interns at Top Hip-Hop Station Power106
Undergraduate student Alysha Darby is the newest intern at Power106, the top hip-hop station in the Los Angeles market.
Graduate Student Victoria Luckner Attending and Presenting TWO Papers at NCA
Graduate student Victoria Luckner had two papers competitively accepted for presentation at the NCA 104th Annual Convention being held November 8-11 in Salt Lake City.The two papers are: "Mother Eywa: Ecofeminism and James Cameron’s Avatar," which she de
Coyote Advertising Wins Big at the ADDY Awards!
Jacob Poore, Coyote Advertising manager, and the students of Coyote Advertising competed in the professional category at the American Advertising Federation Inland Empire Chapter, and won one gold award, three silver awards and six bronze awards! In addit
Promotion of Dr. Corrigan
As a result of successful years of hard work and dedication, Dr. Thomas Corrigan has been promoted to Associate Professor and received Tenure.
Digital Disconnect
Digital Disconnect: Fake News, Privacy and Democracy
Digital Disconnect: Fake News, Privacy and Democracy followed by a discussion facilitated by T.C. Corrigan and Rod Metts, Dept of Comm Studies Wed, Nov 14, 20182 – 4 pm Library Multimedia Center, PL-5005 Refreshments will be served “Based on the book by m
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CAST 2018 Celebrates Public Speaking
On May 24, students from Comm 120 Oral Communication competed in persuasive and informative speeches, at the Santos Manuel Student Union, during the CAST public speaking competition held by the Forensics club and sponsored by Rand McNally and the Dept. of
Students Win At WSCA Conference
Students take the prizes for top papers at the Western States Communication Association Undergraduate Scholars Research Competition.
NEW "Leadership for Nonprofits" Course (PA 590)
An elective course Fundraising, Grant Writing and Leadership for Nonprofit Organizations this fall at CSUSB, this course qualifies as one of 3 required courses for the JHBC’s Certificate of Nonprofit Leadership(click on link), an excellent résumé builder
Students Selected for Annual CAST Speech Tournament
Happy students received invitations to compete in the CAST (Coyote Annual Speech Tournament) coming up May 24, delivered by members of the Forensics Team.
Comm 442 PR Campaigns Class Raises $4000 - Campaign Featured in Times Square
In the Fall 2017 PR Campaigns class with Professor Nerren, the students' national PR campaign was featured on The Mighty, AJ+ and on the signs in Times Square.
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Dr. Liliana Conlisk Gallegos published in the Journal of Latinos and Education and Cholla Needles magazine
Dr. Liliana Conlisk Gallegos has two new publications out now:This month, the peer-reviewed Journal of Latinos and Education (which has a 10% acceptance rate) accepted Dr. Conlisk Gallegos sole-authored "Somos la dignidad rebelde: On Mexican indigenous pr
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PROFILE: Alumnus Ariana Cano - Building community through scholarship, research and teaching
"Powerhouse" does not begin to describe Ariana Cano, recent graduate of the Department of Communication Studies graduate program and prolific academic, already early into her studies and her career.
Director of Comm. from AEG to Speak at Comm. Studies Club Meeting
Cassie Zebisch, Director of Comm. for AEG (Staples Center, LA Live, Nokia Theater) will speak to PRSSA. Members and nonmembers alike are welcome.
Comm Gabfest
Save the Date: Symposium May 7
Our annual comm studies symposium will be here sooner than you know it!
First Scholarly Review of Dr. Muhtaseb's 1948 Film
Dr. Muhtaseb's film, 1948: Creation & Catastrophe, was just published in the peer-review journal of Arab Studies Quarterly (Vol. 40, No. 1.).
Comm. Studies Student Athlete Featured in CSUSB Athletics News
The CSUSB Athletics Department featured news of Communication Studies student Dorian Butler, who took home a medal in the recent Intercollegiate Forensics speech and debate competition in Longview Washington.
Graduate Student Victoria Luckner Attending and Presenting TWO Papers at NCA
Graduate student Victoria Luckner had two papers competitively accepted for presentation at the NCA 104th Annual Convention being held November 8-11 in Salt Lake City.The two papers are: "Mother Eywa: Ecofeminism and James Cameron’s Avatar," which she de
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Student Sabrina Brooks Hired at Kia Headquarters
Student Sabrina Brooks was recently hired by Kia Motors Headquarters USA in Irvine California.
CSUSB Comm. Studies Students Attend National PRSSA Conference
PRSSA Chapter President Andrea Stewart and Vice President Fatima Rivera-Ortiz are attending the Public Relations Student Society of America National Conference, the largest gathering of public relations students in the country.
Digital Disconnect
Digital Disconnect: Fake News, Privacy and Democracy
Digital Disconnect: Fake News, Privacy and Democracy followed by a discussion facilitated by T.C. Corrigan and Rod Metts, Dept of Comm Studies Wed, Nov 14, 20182 – 4 pm Library Multimedia Center, PL-5005 Refreshments will be served “Based on the book by m
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Alumni "Professor for a Day" from San Bernardino County Fire Visits Students
Alumni Erica Acosta visits students in the Department of Communication Studies and shares her experiences as an Event Coordinator with the San Bernardino County Fire District Office of the Fire Marshal Household Hazardous Waste as part of the "Professor f
Dr. Popescu Featured in CSU News "How Immersive Technology is Changing the Way CSU Students Learn"
Dr. Popescu was featured in an in-depth news article about immersive technology including virtual and augmented reality use in the classrooms.
NEW "Leadership for Nonprofits" Course (PA 590)
An elective course Fundraising, Grant Writing and Leadership for Nonprofit Organizations this fall at CSUSB, this course qualifies as one of 3 required courses for the JHBC’s Certificate of Nonprofit Leadership(click on link), an excellent résumé builder
Students Selected for Annual CAST Speech Tournament
Happy students received invitations to compete in the CAST (Coyote Annual Speech Tournament) coming up May 24, delivered by members of the Forensics Team.
Dr. Gallegos Featured in the Inland Empire Community News
Congratulations to Dr. Liliana Conlisk Gallegos for her new feature in the Inland Empire Community News as a notable person in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month in "Gallegos’ ‘rainbow journalism’ teachings empower nontraditional students."
1948 Recognized as One of Top Five Films by Sydney Hearald
"1948" Recognized as One of Top Five Films by Sydney Morning Herald
The Sydney Morning Herald recognized Dr. Muhtaseb's film "1948" one of the top five films in the column "Best of the Big Screen.
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PROFILE: Alumnus Ariana Cano - Building community through scholarship, research and teaching
"Powerhouse" does not begin to describe Ariana Cano, recent graduate of the Department of Communication Studies graduate program and prolific academic, already early into her studies and her career.
Professor Betlemidze Presents New Technology - 360-degree video - at Faculty Center for Excellence
Ever since the video documentary "Clouds over Sidra" boosted donations for UNICEF, 360-degree video has been marketed as an “empathy machine.” 360-degree video, also known as spherical video, is an immersive technology that enables the recording of video
Comm Gabfest
Save the Date: Symposium May 7
Our annual comm studies symposium will be here sooner than you know it!
First Scholarly Review of Dr. Muhtaseb's 1948 Film
Dr. Muhtaseb's film, 1948: Creation & Catastrophe, was just published in the peer-review journal of Arab Studies Quarterly (Vol. 40, No. 1.).
Two Undergraduates to Present at WSCA Conference
Two of our undergraduates were competitively selected for presentation at the WSCA 15th Annual Undergraduate Scholars Research Conference (USRC) in Santa Clara on February 16.
Dr. Popescu Named a IECE Faculty Fellow for 2018-2019
Dr. Mihaela Popescu has been named a CSUSB Inland Empire Center for Entrepreneurship Faculty Fellow for 2018-2019.
KIA cars with KIA rep.
Student Sabrina Brooks Hired at Kia Headquarters
Student Sabrina Brooks was recently hired by Kia Motors Headquarters USA in Irvine California.
PRSA Polaris Awards
Congratulations to Jacob Poore, the Coyote Advertising team, and the Fall 2016 COMM 243D students who are being recognized at the 2017 Public Relations Society of America, Inland Empire Polaris Awards in the student PR campaign category for their planning
Our San Bernardino, Neustro
Our Nuestro San Bernardino
Our San Bernardino, Nuestro, held on Tuesday, October 16; 2-4pm was commissioned by VP Sudhakar with special support from Dr. Mihaela Popescu and ITS through the work of Dr. Gallegos and the Coyote Pack.
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Alumni "Professor for a Day" from San Bernardino County Fire Visits Students
Alumni Erica Acosta visits students in the Department of Communication Studies and shares her experiences as an Event Coordinator with the San Bernardino County Fire District Office of the Fire Marshal Household Hazardous Waste as part of the "Professor f
Dr. Muhtaseb's Film "1948" Draws Crowds in Dubai and Kuwait
Communication Studies Professor, Dr. Muhtaseb attended screenings for her film in Dubai and Kuwait in January.
Hello my name is Intern
Now Accepting Internship Postings for 2018/2019
If you have dreamed of raising the profile of your organization, starting a business, enhancing your media materials, receiving consultation on communication strategy and implementation, and more, our very skilled and talented interns can help you and you
Dr. Muhtaseb Quoted in L.A. Daily News!
As first responders prepare for another busy season, the Los Angeles Daily News investigated causes for the increase in rescues in picturesque natural environments, asking if the #optoutside movement or the popularity of selfies plays a role.
Professor Bishop's New Film
Emmy award-winning filmmaker and Professor of Communication Studies Professor Lane Shefter Bishop has a new film airing on Lifetime Movie Network.
Dr. Muhtaseb in Montreal for "1948"
First, Dr. Muhtaseb sat on the panel at the Oral History Association Annual Meeting titled "Achieving the Impossible: Re-writing the History of 1948" at Concordia University and then she attended a screening at McGill University.
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PROFILE: Dr. Liliana Conlisk Gallegos - Contesting borders, crossing the lines of teaching, research and service...
"...to heal and empower students, our community and university by remembering what we were never taught" Dr. Gallegos is a person with a vision.
Professor Betlemidze Presents New Technology - 360-degree video - at Faculty Center for Excellence
Ever since the video documentary "Clouds over Sidra" boosted donations for UNICEF, 360-degree video has been marketed as an “empathy machine.” 360-degree video, also known as spherical video, is an immersive technology that enables the recording of video
New Full Professors - Dr. Owen, Dr. Popescu and Dr. Algan!
Let us congratulate our new full communication professors! Dr. Owen, Dr. Popescu and Dr. Algan are our newest full professors.
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PR Student to Intern at Library of Congress!
Student Kaitlyn Norris will be working in Washington D.C. this Summer, interning for the Library of Congress.
Fall Graduation Ceremony - Commencement
Students walked with graduate and undergraduate degrees in Communication Studies. Our department congratulates all of our students for this accomplishment!
Grant Awards
Vital and Expanded Technology Grant Awards $165,340 to Department
The following professors in the Dept. of Communication Studies have been awarded Vital and Expanded Technology Grants for 2018-2019: Dr. Mariam Betlemidze: Digital Storytelling Lab for Student Journalism & Multimedia Dr. Jo Anna Grant: E-Learning Academy
Public Relations Students Appear on Live Web TV Show
On October 18, four of Professor Nerren's students appeared on live web TV.
A conversation with Napalm Girl
Napalm Girl Guest Speaker Event
Photojournalist Nick Ut's iconic 1972 Vietnam War photo of 9-year-old Kim Phuc, "Napalm Girl," hugely influenced public opinion and won the Pulitzer Prize, but his work doesn't end there. An AP photographer for over 51 years, he collaborates frequently wi
Coyote Chronicle Newspaper Gets Fourth Place at Annual Associated Collegiate Press Awards Contest
The Coyote Chronicle newspaper takes home a fourth place award at the 2018 Associated Collegiate Press Associated Collegiate Press Awards Contest, a big honor for the campus newspaper of California State University, San Bernardino.
Comm. Graduate Students to Present at "Meeting of the Minds" Student Research Competition
Graduate students Melody Adejare, Rebeccah Avila, Sean Maulding, Luis Esparza, Andy Acosta, Erendira Torres, Shirlena Baggett, Ariana Cano and Jessica Vierra will be presenting at the 7th Annual "Meeting of the Minds" Student Research Symposium.
Hello my name is Intern
Now Accepting Internship Postings for 2018/2019
If you have dreamed of raising the profile of your organization, starting a business, enhancing your media materials, receiving consultation on communication strategy and implementation, and more, our very skilled and talented interns can help you and you
Dr. Muhtaseb Quoted in L.A. Daily News!
As first responders prepare for another busy season, the Los Angeles Daily News investigated causes for the increase in rescues in picturesque natural environments, asking if the #optoutside movement or the popularity of selfies plays a role.
L.A. Times Meets with Student Journalists
On Oct. 31, Kyle Finck of The Los Angeles Times spoke with Coyote Chronicle student journalists about multimedia storytelling and ways in which independent student media can acquire an edge.
Dr. Muhtaseb in Montreal for "1948"
First, Dr. Muhtaseb sat on the panel at the Oral History Association Annual Meeting titled "Achieving the Impossible: Re-writing the History of 1948" at Concordia University and then she attended a screening at McGill University.
Prof. Amy Wassing
PROFILE: Professor Amy Wassing - Longtime advisor to the award-winning Forensics team on campus
Each quarter, in addition to her duties as lecturer, Professor Wassing and the forensics team travel to compete in debate competitions across the West.
Professor Heisterkamp Elevated to WSCA President
Dr. Michelle A. Holling, 2017 WSCA President, presented the presidential gavel to Dr. Brian Heisterkamp, 2018 WSCA President.
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Dr. Muhtaseb, Dr. Grant and Prof. Nerren Attend the Diversity Equity and Inclusion in the Classroom Institute
The department's professors are hard at work preparing to make the 2018-2019 academic year the best one yet!
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PR Student to Intern at Library of Congress!
Student Kaitlyn Norris will be working in Washington D.C. this Summer, interning for the Library of Congress.
CSUSB Students Win Multiple Medals in Debate Competition
From December 1-3, the Forensics team traveled to Longview, WA to compete in the Smelt Classic Tournament.
Dr. Popescu's book to be published by MIT Press
Dr. Mihaela Popescu has received a contract from MIT press for the publication of her co-authored bookPrivacy as a Right of Becoming: Algorithms, Selfhood, and Privacy Harmsin their Information Policy series.
Dr. Muhtaseb At Film Screenings Nationwide
Through riveting and moving personal recollections of both Palestinians and Israelis, 1948: Creation & Catastrophe reveals the shocking events of the most pivotal year in the most controversial conflict in the world, which is the Israeli-Palestinian confl
A conversation with Napalm Girl
Napalm Girl Guest Speaker Event
Photojournalist Nick Ut's iconic 1972 Vietnam War photo of 9-year-old Kim Phuc, "Napalm Girl," hugely influenced public opinion and won the Pulitzer Prize, but his work doesn't end there. An AP photographer for over 51 years, he collaborates frequently wi
Coyote Chronicle Newspaper Gets Fourth Place at Annual Associated Collegiate Press Awards Contest
The Coyote Chronicle newspaper takes home a fourth place award at the 2018 Associated Collegiate Press Associated Collegiate Press Awards Contest, a big honor for the campus newspaper of California State University, San Bernardino.
Coyote Chronicle Available in Web, Print and Email
The Coyote Chronicle is the student newspaper for California State University, San Bernardino, and is supported by the Department of Communication Studies.
Two Graduate Students to Present at UCI Social Justice Research Symposium
Graduate students Walker Beverly and Richard Contreras were accepted for presentation at the UCI Social Justice Research Symposium on May 25 at UC Irvine.
Annual Communication Studies Symposium “What’s Next?” to be Held at California State University San Bernardino - May 1
An event designed to further prepare current students for life after graduation, the Communication Studies Symposium, will be held at California State University San Bernardino May 1, 2018, from 9am-3pm in the San Manuel Student Union.
Dr. Mary Fong Featured at Natl. Comm. Assoc. Convention
Dr. Mary Fong's competitively selected paper in the International Intercultural Communication Division: Ethnic Identity Development and Adaptation of Accused 'Oreos' and a panel presentation in the Spiritual Communication Division: Course Resources in Tea
Dr. Muhtaseb gives film lecture at Australia: Monash Oct. 5
Dr. Muhtaseb speaks at the sold out Melbourne premiere of "1948" at the Australia Palestine Film Festival, which is one of 6 Australia premiers.
Prof. Amy Wassing
PROFILE: Professor Amy Wassing - Longtime advisor to the award-winning Forensics team on campus
Each quarter, in addition to her duties as lecturer, Professor Wassing and the forensics team travel to compete in debate competitions across the West.
Dr. Muhtaseb's Film Screens to Packed House at CSUSB
Students, faculty and administrators eagerly attended the on-campus screening of "1948: Creation & Catastrophe."
RESCHEDULED Pulitzer Prize Winner Nick Ut to Speak at CSUSB Oct. 9
Photojournalist Nick Ut's iconic 1972 Vietnam War photo of 9-year-old Kim Phuc, "Napalm Girl," hugely influenced public opinion and won the Pulitzer Prize, but his work doesn't end there.
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Students awarded at 2018 Comm Symposium
Students were commended at the 2018 Comm. Symposium. Awardees were recognized on stage at the annual 200-person event, the only one of its kind in the College of Arts and Letters.
CSUSB Students Win Multiple Medals in Debate Competition
From December 1-3, the Forensics team traveled to Longview, WA to compete in the Smelt Classic Tournament.