CS Professor Tim Groeling's speech written up by UCLA Today

Tim Groeling's keynote speech to the UC Computing Services Conference ("Rich Technology and Lean Budgets: Using Instructional Technology to Teach Smarter, Not Harder") was written up by UCLA Today last week.

CS Professor Dee Bridgewater Profiled in Daily Bruin

The Daily Bruin just profiled Dee Bridgewater's new Comm Studies class, "Learning American English and Culture Through Movies" (CS1b).

In the News! Martie Haselton on "The View"

UCLA Office of Media Relations Headlines
Wednesday, July 28, 2010

 
 IN THE NEWS:
 
Studying the Mating Game
Martie Haselton, UCLA associate professor of communication studies and psychology, was interviewed Tuesday on ABC's “The View” about her science-based research on love, dating, mating and sexual attraction.
 
http://theview.abc.go.com/category/tags/dr-martie-haselton 

Commencement 2010

The 2010 Comm Studies commencement was held on Sunday, June 13th, in Royce Hall. 1635 guests watched in the sold-out hall as Comm Studies graduated 215 majors: our largest graduating class ever. We had 33 grads elected to Phi Beta Kappa (the highest proportion of any department on campus) and 12 students graduated with departmental honors.

Alan Nierob

Other News and Upcoming Events

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Communicate with Us! Alumni Poll

We are giving you the opportunity to offer advice to prospective and current Comm students by responding to our instant poll, "If I knew then what I know now...," where you can share what youwish you'd known when you became a Communication Studies major.

We'll write up the best of these responses and include them in the next newsletter at the end of the year.  Please email your stories to uclacommstudies@gmail.com along with a short bio.  Thanks, and we look forward to hearing from you!

Tim Groeling quoted in the Los Angeles Times

Groeling, UCLA associate professor of communications studies, is quoted today in a Los Angeles Times article about new data from the U.S. Census Bureau showing a dramatic increase in text messaging by Americans.

http://www.latimes.com/news/nation-and-world/la-na-census-texting16-2009dec16,0,2439930.story

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