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Prof. Matt Sienkiewicz co-produced a public service video, now featured on the Middlesex DA's website, to raise awareness of opioid abuse and its long-term effects.
Prof. Celeste Wells and Danny De Leon '15, spoken word poet, discussed the history of civic oration and modern-day citizen orators at "Talk Matters: Civic Oration Yesterday and Today" at the Old South Meeting House in Boston. This event was part of the series "Oratory and the Power of Talk."
Prof. Mike Serazio explores a ban on national advertising and guerrilla marketing in Cuba in a piece in The Atlantic.
Communication Prof. Lisa Cuklanz is co-editor of Documenting Gendered Violence: Representations, Collaborations, and Movements (Bloomsbury, 2015), which explores the intersections of documentary and gendered violence.
Prof. Marilyn Matelski dscussed her Advanced Intercultural Communication course at the first Boston Intercultural Skills Conference (BISC) in the BC Chronicle.
The Communication Department hosted “Primary Talk” – a panel discussion led by four communications professionals about politics, media, and the election year.
Students and professors of the University of Deusto, Dartmouth College, and Boston College gathered at BC on January 22-23 to develop a program of research and teaching innovation on sexual violence against women and human trafficking.
Boston College's Department of Communication hosted the 2015 AJCU Communication Conference.
Prof. Matt Sienkiewicz produced and co-directed a documentary, The Ragged Edge, which premiered on Wisconsin PBS.
The Department's main offices are in St. Mary's Hall South, but its facilities—including the media lab and video production studio—are spread out across the main campus. View slideshow of facilities
Video from BC libraries
Assistant Prof. Mike Serazio discusses media and political communication.
Video from BC libraries
Prof. Marilyn Matelski discusses society's growing desensitivity toward the use of vulgarity.
Video from BC Front Row
Emmy-winning writer Tracey Wigfield '05. Sponsored by Communication and Theater Depts.
Students in the News
Alexandra Hadley '16,
Anna Link '16, and Emily Sadeghian '16 presented their research at Eastern States Communication Conference.
Cai Thomas '16 has been awarded the 2015 Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Scholarship.
Stephanie Costa '14, and her blog post for the Carroll School of Management course "Social Media for Managers," lead a piece on how today's students crowdsource information in USA Today.
Olga Khmylev '13 traveled to Sochi to be part of NBC's production team covering the Winter Olympics. View video
Jana Ross 11' is currently an account executive at Weber Shandwick, a global public relations firm.
Emily Mervosh '14 received an Advanced Study Grant to produce and direct a documentary titled "Genesis". Read more about Emily in the BC Chronicle. Photo by Caitlin Cunningham.
Kevin Allocca '11—a double major in communication and film studies—determines "what's hot" in online video as YouTube's trends manager. Kevin was recently featured in Boston College Magazine.
Media Lab Hours
View open hours for Media Lab in Lyons 215.