While on sabbatical in Vienna, Austria, communication studies professor Karla Jensen continued her own study of German while immersing herself in a new culture.
Four years ago this month Caty Reed sat at her high school graduation and listened to a speaker tell her and her fellow classmates that they could change the world.
An organizational communication expert delivered this year’s Lambda Pi Eta Communication Lecture on April 11.
The nearly 2,000 hours that students enrolled in the Communication Research Methods class spent on their semester project not only saved their grade, but may potentially save lives too.
First year students in Rachel Droogsma’s Liberal Arts Seminar, “The Hunger Games,” are not taking just any introductory college course.
Nebraska Wesleyan’s Communication Studies Department likes to refer to its students and faculty as “Communication Superheroes.” Dave Whitt, Associate Professor of Communication, is no exception.
A communication studies professor has been honored for empowering, inspiring, and demanding nothing but excellence from her students.
A presidential communication expert will share his take on the 2012 electoral campaign at an upcoming Nebraska Wesleyan University lecture.
On a cold, dreary fall day students from two Nebraska Wesleyan classes spent their afternoon on a spacious meeting room floor tying hundreds of fleece knots.
It takes a village to raise a child.
This African proverb is a favorite of Nebraska Wesleyan University senior Collin Shepherd, who credits his parents for raising him with the notion that child upbringing is a communal effort.