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Communication and Journalism

CMJ Graduation Reception

100 Colvin Hall

The Department of Communication and Journalism will host a  celebratory reception for all our 2017 graduates in Estabrooke Hall (please use door near Colvin Hall).  Friends and family invited. Congratulations!

CMJ Colloquium: “A Philosopher and a Physicist Respond to Climate Change in their University Classroom”

Dunn Hall Room 424

Tom Stone (Associate Professor of Mathematics and Physics, Husson University) & Nico Jenkins (Assistant Professor of Ethics and Philosophy, Husson University): “A Philosopher and a Physicist Respond to Climate Change in their University Classroom.” This event is part of the University of Maine Department of Communication and Journalism's Fall, 2018 Colloquium.  

CMJ Colloquium: “Ecocultural Well-being through a Media Studies Lens”

Dunn Hall Room 424

James Spartz (Assistant Professor of Environmental Communication, Unity College): “Ecocultural Well-being through a Media Studies Lens” This event is part of the University of Maine Department of Communication and Journalism's Fall, 2018 Colloquium.

CMJ Colloquium: “Politics in the Classroom: Strategies & Opportunities”

Dunn Hall Room 424

Susan Gardner (Director of Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies & The Rising Tide Center, UMaine) and Karen Pelletreau (Center for Teaching and Learning, UMaine): “Politics in the Classroom: Strategies & Opportunities” This event is part of the University of Maine Department of Communication and Journalism's Fall, 2018 Colloquium.

CMJ Colloquium: Graduate Student Lightning Research Talks

Dunn Hall Room 424

 UMaine graduate student lightning research talks: Abby Roche (Ph.D. student, CMJ) & Kaylie Reese (MA student, CMJ): “Data Collection While at Play: How Relationships Between Science and Communities in Practice are Being Reframed through Adventure-based Citizen Science Efforts” Tony Sutton (Ph.D. student, EES): “Reassembling Sustenance Activities: Tracing Associations in Fieldwork between Human and Non-human Actors” […]

Multicultural Community Forum

Bangor Public Library Harlow Street, Bangor, ME, United States

Multicultural Community Forum, November 14, 2018 Communication and Journalism students will present on the topic of learning with difference at the Maine Multicultural Center's Forum Series on Wednesday, Nov. 14, […]

Graduate School Information Session

Graduate School Information Session: November 15, 2018 The Department of Communication and Journalism will host an information session for students interested in graduate education. Participants will have an opportunity to […]

CMJ Colloquium: “Information Literacy and/as Public Communication”

Dunn Hall Room 424

Lily Herakova (Lecturer, Department of Communication and Journalism, UMaine) & Jen Bonnet (Research Librarian, Fogler Library, UMaine): “Information Literacy and/as Public Communication” This event is part of the University of Maine […]

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