Celebration of Dr. Littlefield's new book
Please join NDSU Communication Department faculty and friends in celebrating Dr. Robert Littlefield's new book, titled "Forensics in America: A History." The book is coauthored with Michael Bartanen.
The event will be from 7-9 p.m. Friday, Nov. 22, at One Lounge, 1606 20th St. NW, Washington, D.C. The celebration will be in conjunction with the National Communication Association conference's Pi Kappa Delta reception.
About the Department:
Communication majors attract more enthusiastic students than nearly any other discipline, not only at NDSU but on most campuses across the United States. And with good reason: students realize that study in communication is not only a way to a good job, but it's superb background for almost any profession you can imagine.
Good writing skills, polished speaking skills, clear thinking skills, ability to relate well with others in all sorts of professional groups--what professional would not value these abilities? What student would not value these abilities, no matter where life leads her or him?
It's no wonder, with almost 350 undergraduate majors and 50 graduate students, that NDSU's Department of Communication is a popular home for people from a variety of backgrounds.
For more information, contact the chair of our department, Dr. Mark Meister.
See the 2012 NDSU Department of Communication newsletter.
Department of Communication Returns to Minard:
The Department of Communication has relocated to our newly renovated academic space in Room 338 in Minard Hall. All office phone numbers will stay the same. Campus mail should be directed to Minard.
Recent Department of Communication headlines:
Communication graduate student inspired by her family (NDSU News banner feature story)