Dave Barthmuss speaks with OSU engineering & comm students and faculty about electric cars, professional experience and crisis communications.
Students taste big city PR and deep-dish pizza, visiting StarComm MediaVest Group and Weber Shandwick.
Jan Van den Bulck, PhD, DSc, School for Mass Communication Research, University of Leuven, Belgium, to share at Ohio State Feb. 23.
Students can declare the school’s new minor starting January 2015.
Jesse Fox shares results of her recent study on sex and gender representation in social media.
The Lantern undergoes leadership changes as it bids farewell to adviser Dan Caterinicchia.
More than 1,200 students turned out to meet with employers, provide resumes and get professional headshot photographs.
NPR's All Things Considered discusses Bushman research on whether parents nurture narcissism when praising their children.
School of Communication Lecturer Kristie Sigler receives award for teaching excellence.
For the fifth year in a row, The Lantern takes home award for General Excellence.
Research shows both liberals and conservatives can have science bias.
Articles feature Erik Nisbet’s research.
Erik Nisbet was among experts discussing recent armed attack on Parisian satirical magazine at an on-campus symposium Feb. 19.
Tom Deubler’s gift funds four awards for undergraduate and graduate communication students.