- Why Communication?
- What are the undergraduate communication courses that I would have to take?
- What would my course schedule look like?
- What types of career paths have former graduates pursued?
- What are the skills developed by Communication majors?
- What could I do with a degree in Communication?
- Who is my advisor?
- Are scholarships available?
- Graduate Students
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Center for Communication and Media Research
The Center for Communication and Media Research (CCMR) advances knowledge and supports scholarly and applied inquiry into the study of interpersonal, group, organizational, and media communication. The Center sponsors outreach programs designed to reach under-served populations, educational institutions, media companies, businesses and non-profit organizations.
Multidisciplinary in nature, the Center facilitates scholarship among allied disciplines such as journalism, law, business, political science, psychology, sociology, and computer science. Research topics include communication and advertising, dispute resolution, education, environmental concern, family, health, information technology, legal concerns, life stages, media audiences, organizational concerns, politics and religion.
For information, contact the Department of Communication and Media Research, Department of Communication, 417 Kimpel Hall, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR 72701, or call 479-575-3046. Center Director is Dr. Rob Wicks at firstname.lastname@example.org .
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