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McClure, Kevin

Communication Studies / Faculty & Staff / Full Professor / Graduate / Harrington School-Wide / Program Chair / Undergraduate

McClure, Kevin

13 Feb 2013 | by commstudies program

Dr. McClure joined the faculty in 1996. He teaches and/or has taught courses in propaganda, the ethics of persuasion, rhetorical theory and criticism, American public address, persuasion, public speaking and introduction to communication studies. Dr. McClure’s scholarly activities focuses on analyzing communicative events in order to account for the potential influence and impact that these […]

DiCioccio, Rachel L.

Associate Professor / Communication Studies / Director / Faculty & Staff / Graduate / Undergraduate

DiCioccio, Rachel L.

13 Feb 2013 | by admin

Ph.D. Interpersonal Communication, Kent State University, 2001 M.A. Communication Studies, Michigan State University, 1994 B.A. Art History, The University of Rhode Island, 1992 BIO Dr. DiCioccio’s research utilizes a social psychological perspective to examine interactive aggression processes. Her research interests include teasing, humor communication, and family argument processes. Currently, she is focused on studying how […]

The Story of Movies

Communication Studies / Featured / Film/Media / Harrington School-Wide / Headlines / Informal Learning Opportunities / Journalism / Undergraduate / Writing & Rhetoric

The Story of Movies

14 Jun 2014 | by Adam Roth

 THE AMERICAN WEST AND THE WESTERN FILM GENRE   The Harrington School of Communication and Media is honored to partner with the Rhode Island International Film Festival (RIIFF) to support a weekend seminar on teaching the Western film. The seminar is in collaboration with the Film Foundation, a nonprofit organization established by Martin Scorsese in 1990 that preserves […]

Lecture by Gambian Journalist Omar Bah

Current Students / Journalism / Undergraduate

Lecture by Gambian Journalist Omar Bah

27 Mar 2014 | by Adam Roth

The Annual Christiane Amanpour Lecture on Global Journalism We are delighted to welcome Omar Bah, a Gambian journalist who was tortured, declared ‘WANTED’ and eventually forced into exile for speaking up against injustice in his native Gambia, to campus for the annual Christiane Amanpour Lecture series. Bah, a URI alum, has written about his experiences […]

The Science of Character

Current Students / Faculty & Staff / Harrington School-Wide / Informal Learning Opportunities / Undergraduate

The Science of Character

20 Mar 2014 | by Adam Roth

The Harrington School of Communication and Media is delighted to sponsor a global film premiere of The Science of Character.  Film Screening and Discussion: The Science of Character DATE: March 20, 2014 TIME: 12:30 p.m.  LOCATION: Room 207 in the Pharmacy Building for the Global Film Premier  of The Science of Character   The Science of Character is a new […]

Call for Papers & Panels for VisCom

Communication Studies / Film/Media / Graduate / Harrington School-Wide / Journalism / Library & Information Studies / Public Relations / Research / Undergraduate / Writing & Rhetoric

Call for Papers & Panels for VisCom

28 Feb 2014 | by KShimoda

The Call for Papers and Panels for VisCom 28 West Greenwich, Rhode Island June 22 – 26, 2014 For the first time in 28 years, the VisCom conference is going east, far east, of the Mississippi. Co-sponsored by Roger Williams University and the Harrington School of Communication and Media at the University of Rhode Island, this promises […]