Communication Studies Department

Students impact local nonprofits through communication research

In the Fall of 2012, The Nebraska Community Blood Bank contacted Professor of Communication Karla Jensen for help with their comm

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The Real Story: An FBI agent and an NWU communication professor urge us to dig deeper for truth

Retired FBI agent and professor of Communication David Whitt something significant in common: they’re both professionally committed to pursuing truth. And that pursuit is getting harder.

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Student, Professor’s Collaborative Research on Mindfulness Helps New Students Adapt

It’s not unusual to find communication professor Karla Jensen leading a yoga class on a campus lawn

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NWU Junior Among 20 U.S. Students Selected for Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute

A Nebraska Wesleyan University student is among 20 underg

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Communication Scholar to Discuss Strategies for Combating Marginalization and Discrimination

A communication scholar from North Carolina A&T University will discuss issues of power, race, class and gender and their impact on how we react and respond to messages at this year's Wesleyan Communication Association/Lambda Pi Eta Honorary lecture on March 4.

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Communication Studies Professor Named Exemplary Teacher

Dave Whitt, professor of communication studies, has been named the 2018-2019 Exemplary Teacher, an award presented by the United Methodist Church Division of Higher Education.

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Research Takes Student, Professor to Northern Ireland for U2 Conference

Professor and long-time U2 fan, David Whitt, designed the Archway Seminar that would trace the band’s musical journey, examine U2’s diverse musical catalogue, and their social impact.

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Communication Professor Earns National Recognition for Cutting-Edge Curriculum

The General Board of Higher Education and Ministry for the United Methodist Church has selected Nebraska Wesleyan University professor Karla Jensen as an inaugural recipient of its Cutting-Edge Curriculum Award.

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Fulbright Commission Selects NWU First-Year Student for UK Summer Institute

A Nebraska Wesleyan University first-year student has been selected for the Fulbright Summer Institute. Danielle Anderson of Ewing, Neb., is among 60 undergraduates from the United States and UK to be selected for the prestigious program.

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Professor to Address How to Reduce Prejudice, Biased Behavior Through Communication

A Bowling Green State University professor who examines how people communicate and cope with prejudice and discrimination will deliver a lecture at Nebraska Wesleyan University on Monday, March 19.

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