The Utah Valley University Communication Department is shaping students to become the industry’s next top leaders in Journalism, Public Relations and Speech Communication. The department prepares students with the necessary skills to communicate visually, orally and through written documentation within the context demanded by the business world. Students are also prepared with a solid ethical foundation and an understanding of diversity and multiculturalism.
**Current PR Students are encouraged to apply to go on the “PR in the Big Apple” trip to New York City this coming spring semester (2015). You will not want to miss this once in a lifetime opportunity to connect your classroom experience with the real-world, cutting edge of PR and the people who make it happen.
For full details, please visit http://bit.ly/PRSSATRIP. For specific questions, email Professor Stephen Whyte at Stephen.Whyte@uvu.edu.
**Congratulations to the 2014 NCA Honor Society Inductees:
Beckie Bailey, Judi Bell, Kevin Black, Kristine Bucasas, April Clawson, Tony Child, Mitchell Davis, Carly Demke, Kevin Degooyer,Lora Forbush, Brecca Hansen, Chase Hart, Cameron Heelis, Vaunelle Hingano, Amanda Hollman, Kelsea Jackson, Courtney Johnson, Joshua Jones, Jordan Makin, Kevin Maynes, Erin McCann, McKenna Miller, Aimee Olsen, Cody Pike, Matthew Robins, Sara Robison, Alexander Sousa, Sione (Tali) Ngatuvai Elin Trollang, Yohanna Videki, Samuel Roe Walker, Jamie Webb, Ka Yiu Wong, and Lance Wyckoff
**The Department of Communication will host the PRSSA Regional Conference in late February 2015. For more information, please visit http://www.uvuprssa.org
**Attention Students: Communication Department Policy Change Effective Fall 2014
Recently the Communication Department voted and agreed that effective Fall 2014, late adds will not be accepted after week 2 of the semester. This means that the first week students will be able to add a course late if a seat becomes open through the wait list. The second week late adds will be approved at the sole discretion of the professor if they have not already reached their maximum enrollment for the course. Courses will not be available to add after the second week of coursework.
We appreciate your understanding and cooperation.
The Department of Communication is located in the Losee Center, room 227. Here, you can find most of the faculty/staff offices and our administrative assistant, Courtney Burns.
For general inquires and specific questions, please contact Courtney Burns at (801) 863-8452 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org