Our faculty are active scholars, performers, and artists who present their work locally, nationally, and internationally. Each academic term, the College hosts a faculty colloquium or roundtable for faculty to share their research interests and creative activities. This quarter, two faculty from the Department of Comm. Studies presented their work to this event hosted by the Dean of the College of Arts and Letters. Presentations included:
Mo Bahk, Professor of Communication Studies. 'A Prelude to Dialogue: Racial Perception and Communication'
Julie Taylor, Assistant Professor, 'Women are Prostitution: Problematizing the Discursive (En)gendering and Organizing of Policy Enactment'