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COMM Doctoral Student Authors New Book about Political Ads
Montgomery authors first book on horror framing and the presidential political commercials of the 21st century.Read More about COMM Doctoral Student Authors New Book about Political Ads
COMM Seeks Applicants for Two Tenure-Track Faculty Positions
Department will hire two new faculty in Communication Science and in Public RelationsRead More about COMM Seeks Applicants for Two Tenure-Track Faculty Positions
COMM Graduates Fourth Highest Number of Majors at Maryland
Department is the largest major in the College of Arts & Humanities.Read More about COMM Graduates Fourth Highest Number of Majors at Maryland
Communication for the Public Good
The Department of Communication is committed to producing innovative and influential scholarship, service to the discipline and community, and leadership in the discipline and profession of communication. The Department of Communication’s mission is to provide quality undergraduate and graduate student education that prepares B.A., M.A., M.P.S., and Ph.D. students to successfully enter their chosen careers in communication and related fields through our educational leadership in communication research, theory, and practice. The Department achieves this mission through the pursuit of Communication for the public good.
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The Mark and Heather Rosenker Center for Political Communication and Civic Leadership
The Rosenker Center for Political Communication and Civic Leadership at the University of Maryland unites research, education and public engagement to foster democratic communication by a diverse people.Learn more about the Rosenker Center.
The Center for Health Risk and Communication
The Center for Health and Risk Communication is a cross-disciplinary research center committed to advancing human health and well-being through the scientific study of communication processes and effects in addressing societal problems related to health, risk and science.Learn more about the Center for Health Risk and Communication.