Featuring GW’s top students in public speaking, the annual Oral Advocacy Showcase and Competition welcomes students, faculty, staff and university community members to watch students deliver an original persuasive speech on a contemporary issue. Competitors are nominated by their peers from each section of the Public Communication (COMM 1040) course. After a preliminary round of judging, five speakers advance to the competition where they give their speech in under nine minutes. Audience members have the opportunity to ask questions following each speech.
The Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology recognizes Dr. David Costanza as a 2021 recipient for its Distinguished Teaching Contributions Award.
Communication Professor Clay Warren's Spring 2020 graduate-level Persuasion class (COMM 6150) put together an excellent persuasive video project!
Dr. Nils Olsen explores some of the cognitive components related to making decisions within emergency healthcare settings
Nils Olsen explores some of the cognitive components related to making decisions within emergency healthcare settings.
Former Communication Student, Maya Blair, featured in Communication Currents of the National Communication Association
Maya Blair and Meina Liu examine how Chinese born, American adopted individuals (re)negotiate their bicultural identities.