Communication professor Robert Horwitz analyzes post-World War II American conservatism; published by Polity Press.
Graduate student Marisa Brandt has been chosen as one of two graduates from UCSD to participate in Sacramento's Graduate Research Advocacy Day. She will present her work to the politicians in Sacramento to display the value of the work of UC graduates for the state and its citizens.
Samuel Lin, a Communication major and musician/violinist entered and won a contest announced by a very popular professional violinist, Lindsey Stirling. Samuel and his friend made a music video on the UCSD campus, playing his own rendition of one of Lindsey's songs and sent it in to complete against about 300 other entrants. Samuel Lin was announced the winner last Friday! CONGRATULATIONS!
Communication graduate student Chuk Moran's collection of short essays, Superactually: Micro-Essays on Post-Ironic Life, published by Zero Books.
The Communication Department at UCSD is a unique academic community of scholars and media artists from disciplines across the Social Sciences, Humanities, and Arts, and famous for its cutting edge work in communication scholarship and practice.