"The Master Builder", by Professor Bill Schneider

HUFFINGTON POST - Donald Trump is a builder. The first thing he pledged to do in his election night victory speech was to ``begin the urgent task of rebuilding our nation.’’

``We are going to fix our inner cities and rebuild our highways, bridges, tunnels, airports, schools, hospitals,’’ the President-elect promised. ``We’re going to rebuild our infrastructure, which will become, by the way, second to none.’’

Professor Tim Groeling in the News

UCLA Newsroom -

Going into Election Day, all the major polls and news organizations like FiveThirtyEight, the Los Angeles Times and the New York Times predicted that Donald Trump would lose the presidential race by several percentage points to Hillary Clinton in the popular vote, and also, more importantly, lose the Electoral College.

Professor Greg Bryant in the News

Laughter Is the Best Medicine to Gauge Social Ties

The surprising amount we can learn from two people laughing together

Nov. 30, 2016 2:39 p.m.

What Can I Do With a Degree in Communication?

In an increasingly globalized world, Communication majors are positioned for success in a variety of industries. What skills do Communication majors have in their tool belt upon graduation?

  • The ability to communicate effectively with others and work in a team
  • Fundamental concepts on presentation
  • Problem solving skills that is grounded in the ability to think critically and create novel solutions
  • Research and in-depth investigative skills

Industries Communication graduates excel in (but are not limited to):

Professor Bill Schneider (REUTERS) Americans don’t think Trump is qualified. Why they elected him anyway.

“Up the Establishment!” That was the message voters sent when they elected Donald Trump to be the next president of the United States. It was a message of anger and frustration – and defiance.


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Prof Bill Schneider (REUTERS) How Clinton could lose even as she wins

It's not enough to win the election. You also have to win the interpretation.

That's where your mandate comes from. What kind of mandate will Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton get if she wins? Much depends on her margin of victory. And her coattails.

Prof Bill Schneider: And you thought Washington was gridlocked before Comey’s letter. Just wait.


News of another FBI review of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's emails may not change the outcome of the election. But it could poison a Clinton presidency.

At this stage of the campaign, most voters have made up their minds. More than 12 million early and absentee votes had already been cast when the new investigation was revealed.