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Communication Studies class session

My Intercultural Communications class focused on how different cultures interact and communicate. We learned about ways to approach people situations with a more open mind… It’s not only interesting, but I feel this information will help me in forming relationships, both professional and personal, with people who are different from me.
-Kim Ross, '12
Communication Studies and Spanish Double Major
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Communication Studies COMMS 100 Honors Class Spring 2015

 

Special group projects explore the many facets of communication. The COMMS 100 Honors class of Spring 2015, instructed by Marihelen Stoltz, compiled a cookbook of family bread recipes, presented to Edgewood College President Scott Flanagan and retired Dean of Students Maggie Balistreri-Clarke. This cookbook is a reminder that family, by blood or not, is one of the most important things that a person can cherish, and that some of life's most precious moments happen around the dinner table.

 


One of the coolest things about being a Comm Studies major is how broad a subject area it is. You can choose from several emphases, including an individualized one, or even use it as a stepping stone to continue schooling in various fields.
-Wolly Wollinger '16
Communication Studies Major
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Internships are incredibly beneficial, and I believe they even help you to do better in classes, because you learn how to take what you do in classes and apply it to real situations at the same time that you’re learning it.
-Jessica Wieck '14
Communication Studies Major
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