Graduate Programs

GSLIS student receives Connecticut Library Association scholarship
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Graduate Student / Library & Information Studies

GSLIS student receives Connecticut Library Association scholarship

19 May 2014 | by KShimoda

Jessica Franco recognized for her academic excellence

Winning the Heart of America Library READesign Grant
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Graduate Student / Harrington School-Wide / Library & Information Studies / Research

Winning the Heart of America Library READesign Grant

9 May 2014 | by KShimoda

New MLIS grad Sarah Kopka is making a difference in the world of school libraries

PROFILE: Guo-Ming Chen
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Communication Studies / Faculty & Staff / Graduate / Graduate Student / Research

PROFILE: Guo-Ming Chen

7 May 2014 | by KShimoda

Internationally recognized leader in research in intercultural communication

National Archives of Composition and Rhetoric
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Faculty & Staff / Graduate Student / Research / Writing & Rhetoric

National Archives of Composition and Rhetoric

2 May 2014 | by KShimoda

Professor Bob Schwegler and his graduate students are preserving the roots of the field of Rhetoric and Composition

In a world where technology is rapidly evolving and expanding globally, the need for effective communication is one thing that will never change. Our students are ready for the future because they graduate with the knowledge, skills and leadership abilities needed to be effective communicators and global citizens in a constantly changing world.