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Spring 2014 Communication Dept. Activities
Dr. Scott Peterson to Present on the Dawn of Baseball Journalism before Men's Basketball Game on 1/21/14
The dawn of baseball journalism will be the topic presented by Dr. Scott Peterson, Assistant Professor of Communication, for the University Athletics Council’s Pre-game Lecture before the Wright State Raiders’ basketball game Tuesday, January 21st.
Over the past several years the University Athletics Council has sponsored a series of lectures prior to select men's basketball games at the Nutter Center (in the Berry Room). The purpose of these lectures is to use the general public's interest in athletics to draw attention to the scholarly work at Wright State.
Dr. Peterson’s presentation will start about 5:30 p.m. All the student athletes (and their parents) from CoLA will be invited to attend the pre-game lecture and will be recognized. Those who attend the lecture will have ample time to go to their seats prior to the 7:00 p.m. start of the game, a Horizon League contest against U. Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Annual Dayton Daily News Archives Living Legends Speaker
Every March the Communication Department co-hosts with the Libraries’ Special Collections and Archives the Annual Dayton Daily News Archives Living Legends Speaker. Join us as content experts share the stories behind the stories. All are welcome to attend.
Communication Department Awards Ceremony 4/12/14
On April 12, 2014, the Communication Department will celebrate the work of its professors and students by honoring Communication Studies and Mass Communication majors. At the annual awards ceremony the outstanding graduate who serves as a role model to future generations is announced and honored as well. All are welcome to attend.
The scholarships are presented to the majors and students who earn above a 3.5 are celebrated. The scholarships presented are:
- The Greenwood Achievement Award honors the outstanding Communication Studies or Mass Communication Senior
- The Spicer-Blake Outstanding Communication Studies Senior
- The Spicer-Blake Outstanding Mass Communication Senior
- Craig-Britt Mass Communication Scholarship
- WTUE Sandy Patt Mass Communication Scholarship
Contact College of Liberal Arts Assistant Dean Jennifer Buckwalter at 937-775-2575 if you are interested in making a donation to the Communication Department or if you are interested in creating a scholarship for the students.