The Department of Communication's undergraduate and graduate academic programs embrace a common mission: to fortify the intellectual and social skills necessary for effective human communication. The focus is on oral, written, and mediated communication skills that are essential in both professional and personal lives.
- Stanley Baran - Professor
- Susan R. Baran - Lecturer
- Kristen M. Berkos - Associate Professor
- Thomas Francis Dooley - Lecturer
- Mary Phoebe Lyons - Professor
- Chris R. Morse - Associate Professor
- Consolata Mutua - Lecturer
- Kevin Pearce - Associate Professor
- Wendy Samter - Professor
- Julie E. Volkman - Assistant Professor
- Thomas Zammarelli - Lecturer
Alyce ViensAdjunct Professor, Communication
Volkman, J., Hokeness, K., Viens, A., Attitudes, Beliefs and Knowledge of Vaccines: Understanding Vaccine Hesitancy among Millennials, Science Communication.
Volkman, J., Hokeness, K., Viens, A., Dickie, A., Vaccine Hesitancy among Millennials: Concerns, Beliefs and Attitudes, Society of Behavioral Medicine Annual Meeting, 2017.