Sophomore Sam Schaefer Wins 6th Annual Oral Advocacy Award

Schaefer, a Communication major delivered a persuasive speech on the need for rethinking the way we interact with our social media accounts.

Organizational Sciences student's health food company moves from local shelves to nationwide

Senior Daniel Berg has been growing his popular Berg Bites snack line since he launched the brand last year and now has plans to grow nationwide over the next year.

Dr. Katrina Pariera Interviewed By NPR About Sexual Harassment PSAs

'Friends' Star David Schwimmer Makes Anti-Sexual Harassment PSA

Emily Horak Wins Oral Advocacy Award With Speech On Organ Donation

Horak, a Political Science major with a minor in Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies presented a persuasive speech on the need for opt-out, or “presumed consent,” policies for deciding to be an organ donor.

Communication Student Nejla Day Wins Top Paper At Conference

Day's paper, titled “Fighting Islamophobia: Prejudice Reduction through Contact Simulation with Written Narrative,” tested the effect of an experiment aimed at reducing Islamophobia through imagined positive interactions with Muslim community members.

Dr. Clay Warren presents 2016 Psychiatry Grand Rounds Talk at Eastern Virginia Medical School on “Measuring sex communication in a family”

It covered Dr. Warren’s 35-year research program on family sex communication, focusing in particular on the Warren/Neer Family Sex Communication Quotient — a scale that remains the dominant full-item survey in this area covering discussant levels of comfort, information, and value.

Four Communication Majors Accepted to Undergraduate Honors Conference

Gretchen Bauermeister, Madeline Bronstein, Nejla Day, and Lauren Shear will present their research at the conference, which takes place April 5-9, 2017 in Greenville, South Carolina.

Dr. Tara Behrend discusses Information Privacy with Inverse.com

Behrend walked Inverse through the major four major issues that crop up at the intersection of psychology and surveillance.

Professor Costanza interviewed by HowStuffWorks.com for a story on generational differences research and implications

A new meta-analysis shows that Boomers and Millennials have the same work ethic.

Professional Persuaders Return to Prof. Clay Warren's Persuasion Class

Shanee Goss, BA ’00 and Aaron Kwittken, BA ’92 returned to Foggy Bottom to speak to Professor Clay Warren’s Persuasion class on Dec. 1, 2015.