Communication Studies Junior Named to SEC Women's Basketball Special Team
Communication Studies junior and Lady Vols Basketball forward Cierra Burdick has been named to the SEC Women’s Basketball Community Service Team. Burdick is one of 14 SEC players to be recognized for her work off the court.
Haas and Wirth Discuss Peyton Manning's CCI Legacy
As Peyton Manning and four other former Vols prepare to compete in Super Bowl XLVIII, WATE-TV reporter Drew Gardner asked John Haas, long-time director of UT’s School of Communication Studies and Peyton Manning’s academic advisor while he was at UT, and College of Communication and Information (CCI) Dean Mike Wirth to share their thoughts about Manning’s academic legacy at UT and the impact of his continued giving back to CCI and the University.
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Medical Xpress Publishes Article Co-Authored by CCI's Michael Kotowski
CCI’s assistant professor of Communication Studies, Michael Kotowski has co-authored an article recently published by Medical Xpress.
Verbal Aggression: You May Have Picked it up in The Womb, Says New Study
Research on the communication trait of verbal aggressiveness, which includes behavior like name calling, ridicule, insults, racial epithets and threats, has tended to focus on its social causes.
The study, “The Effect of Prenatal Sex Hormones on the Development of Verbal Aggression,” was published in the Journal of Communication (Vol. 62 No. 5) and its authors include Michael R. Kotowski, assistant professor of communication, UT, and Franklin J. Boster … Read more “Medical Xpress Publishes Article Co-Authored by CCI's Michael Kotowski”
UT Professor Receives National Honor for Book on Hate Speech
A scholarly book on hate speech co-written by John Haas, associate professor and director of the UT Knoxville School of Communication Studies, has been recognized by the National Communication Association (NCA).
The Communication of Hate, co-written by Haas and Michael Waltman of the University of North Carolina, has won the NCA’s Franklyn S. Haiman Award for Distinguished Scholarship in Freedom of Expression.
“My goal in writing the book was to provide a tool to mitigate the damage caused by hate speech and provide helpful strategies for overcoming its often devastating effects,” said Haas.
In its award notification, the NCA … Read more “UT Professor Receives National Honor for Book on Hate Speech”