Communication Week 2019

Communication Week (Comm Week) is designed to complement, supplement, and showcase student learning modules in journalism, speech communications, media, radio/television/film, entertainment and recording careers. Innovative tactics, including current and future trends are shared by scholars, entrepreneurs and experts. This year’s TSU Comm Week’s theme was “Millennium: Honoring the Past, Treasuring the Present, Shaping the Future.”…

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Clyde E. Duncan, Jr. Returns to the Ivy League

Clyde E. Duncan, Jr., Ph.D., Internship Coordinator for the School of Communication at Texas Southern University, will travel to New York, New York to serve for the fourth time as Public Address (P.A.) Announcer for the Ivy League Heptagonal Indoor Track and Field Championships hosted this year by Columbia University. Duncan, Jr. served as P.A….

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Communications Professor Helps Organize First TSU Study-Abroad Visit to Saint Lucia

For the first time in the history of Texas Southern University, students and faculty from the University studied “abroad” in Saint Lucia in the Eastern Caribbean this past July with the help of Dr. Humphrey A. Regis, Professor in the School of Communication. Students T’Ara Arthur and Equavius Simpson joined Dr. Regis and Dr. Andrea…

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Subjects in Chapter Authored by Dr. Humphrey A. Regis: Creolization vs Creolism and Globalization vs. Globalism

The Caribbean is presented with the challenge to move from the idea of “creolization” to the philosophy of “creolism” in its visioning of itself and its role in the world in a chapter that was authored by Dr. Humphrey A. Regis of the School of Communication and that appears in the book Envisioning the Greater…

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Edwin Mellen Press Publishes Work by Dr. Humphrey Regis

In 2004, The Journal of African Communications, Inc. published as its first and only “special monograph edition” a manuscript which had the title Mass Communication and Cultural Domination: the Re-exportation/Re-importation Perspective and in which Dr. Humphrey A. Regis of the School of Communication challenged and complemented current or prominent perspectives on the relationship between mass…

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Professor Sandifer-Walker Talks about Revolutionary TSU Students on MLK Day

School of Communication Journalism Professor, Serbino Sandifer-Walker, who has done extensive research on Houston’s first sit-in, which was led by TSU students on March 4, 1960, spoke to ABC 13 news reporter Tracy Clemons about the movement. See Details Here Sandifer-Walker also created a historic online resource documenting how TSU students played a vital role…

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Two Poems by Chris Chinwe Ulasi, Published by AfricanWriter

Two Poems by Chris Chinwe Ulasi: “Masquerades at a Harvest Dance” and “Verdict of “Agwu” the Madman” About The Poems: “Masquerades –exuding youthful ambiance, occupy a central place across the cultural landscape of Nigeria, particularly the southeastern region where the New Yam festival has become a cultural phenomenon. They hold certain mythical aura among the…

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Dr. Lee’s Publication in the Journal of Black Studies

Dr. E. Bun Lee’s recent study in the Journal of Black Studies was cited in an October New York Times article on compulsive texting by teenagers. Dr. Lee is a Professor of Journalism. NY Times Article: http://well.blogs.nytimes.com/2015/10/12/compulsive-texting-takes-toll-on-teenagers/ Link to original Study in Journal of Black Studies: http://jbs.sagepub.com/content/45/2/83.abstract Two articles by Dr. E. Bun Lee among…

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