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  • Welcome | commarts.wisc.edu
    Historical Society hosts the Dickey Read more Jill Soloway Wins Golden Globe for Her Acclaimed Show Transparent On Sunday Communication Arts alumna Jill Soloway won her first Golden Globe Soloway walked away from the ceremony with the Golden Globe for Best TV Comedy or Musical for her show Transparent Read more Professor Lea Jacobs s New Book Film Rhythm after Sound Communication Arts Professor Lea Jacobs who is currently Associate Vice Chancellor for Arts Humanities has published her fourth book Film Rhythm after Sound Technology Music and Performance In it Read more The Benefits of Mediation One of the Communication Arts courses Assistant Professor Sara McKinnon teaches is CA 671 Communication and Social Conflict Throughout the semester her students put on mock conflicts in class and take turns mediating the conflicting parties To find out more about mediation I visited one such session and asked Professor McKinnon a few questions Can Read more Donate Events 03 05 Faculty Meeting March 5 2015 4 00pm 03 09 Media Production Panel March 9 2015 6 00pm 03 12 David Koepp in Person March 12 2015 2 15pm Read More IMC Visit the Instructional Media Center Head to WebCheckout IMC Hours Mon 8 00am 8 00pm Fri 8 00am 6 00pm Tues 8 00am 8 00pm Sat 2 00 6 00pm Wed 8 00am 8 00pm Sun 12 00 8 00pm Thurs 8 00am 8 00pm Equipment Circulation M F 8 00am 4 00pm News 02 13 Attend the Career and Internship Fair by Michael Trevis on Feb 13 2015 02 04 Comm Arts Graduate Students Research Photojournalist by Michael Trevis on Feb 4 2015 Read More Social Media Facebook Comm Arts Professor Karma Ch xe1 vez is part of an excellent initiative called LGBT Read more January 28 2015 4 24pm Facebook

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  • About Comm Arts | commarts.wisc.edu
    semester The department offers two tracks of study at the undergraduate level Rhetoric and Communication Science and Radio TV Film At the graduate level degrees are offered in Media and Cultural Studies Rhetoric Politics Culture Film and Communication Science We teach media production courses as well as critical studies Students and faculty in Communication Arts analyze the production and consumption of communication in all its forms its influence and effects its history and industry structures the uses to which it is put its characteristic forms and texts and the technologies through which it is made distributed and used Communication is one of the fastest growing fields in the humanities and social sciences today The department has taken the lead in the critical study and production of digital media In the Fall of 2012 we began offering students from across the campus the opportunity to earn a Digital Studies Certificate as part of their BA programs This is part of an interdisciplinary initiative in the digital humanities supported by Madison Initiative for Undergraduates funds with five main departmental partners Communication Arts Library and Information Studies Journalism and Mass Communications English and Art We also offer one of the basic Communication A

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  • Our Mission | commarts.wisc.edu
    toward the horizon in each area Scholarly Excellence In recent years we have been thrilled to add many new stars to the bright constellation that is the Communication Arts faculty and staff through a combination of support from alumni and the university We have also made significant strides in research productivity and teaching innovation as a result of increased research and teaching support for faculty As a recent decennial departmental review exercise has shown we continue to stand out as one of the most sought after communication graduate programs in the world Looking ahead we hope to raise the global profile of the department in all areas through continued advances in scholarly productivity Getting there will involve More awards and scholarships to help recognize and support top quality student work Providing our faculty and staff with crucial support for innovative research Critical efforts to retain existing faculty and replace those who will soon retire State of the Art Facilities and Technology Again through a combination of support from alumni and the university we have recently made advancements in establishing the state of the art digital infrastructure and facilities required for conducting cutting edge research and providing the best communication arts instruction possible Most notable among these achievements are the Hamel Family Digital Laboratory and recent upgrades to our film production equipment other computer laboratories as well as the screening facilities in Vilas 4070 Pushing the envelope in the communication field requires an ongoing effort to educate our students in state of the art facilities and technology Specifically staying on the cutting edge will involve sustained support in Technology maintenance these needs are felt not only in the equipment that serves our instructional mission but also in the day to day needs of our faculty in pursuit of their many research

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  • News | commarts.wisc.edu
    Golden Globe for Her Acclaimed Show Transparent by Michael Trevis on January 13 2015 On Sunday Communication Arts alumna Jill Soloway won her first Golden Globe Soloway walked away from the ceremony with the Golden Globe for Best TV Comedy or Musical for her show Transparent Professor Lea Jacobs s New Book Film Rhythm after Sound by Michael Trevis on January 06 2015 Communication Arts Professor Lea Jacobs who is currently Associate Vice Chancellor for Arts Humanities has published her fourth book Film Rhythm after Sound The Benefits of Mediation by Michael Trevis on December 19 2014 One of the Communication Arts courses Assistant Professor Sara McKinnon teaches is CA 671 Communication and Social Conflict Throughout the semester her students put on mock conflicts in class and take turns mediating the conflicting parties To find out more about mediation I visited one such session and asked Professor McKinnon a few questions Can you talk a bit about what mediation is CA 100 Speech Contest Fall 2014 by Michael Trevis on December 15 2014 On the evening of December 10 the top 21 persuasive speakers enrolled in the fall semester of Communication Arts 100 competed in the CA 100 Speech Contest Meredith Smith Receives Trewartha Undergraduate Honors Research Grant by Michael Trevis on December 05 2014 Communication Arts student Meredith Smith has received a Trewartha Undergraduate Honors Research Grant After the application process the grant was awarded to Smith for her excellent senior thesis which explores Hollywood costume designer Dorothy Jeakins career in the 1960s While her thesis is still in progress the grant will provide Smith with 1 500 to cover the expendable supplies travel expenses and related costs needed to complete her research Professor Karma Chávez to Receive NCA Forum Centennial Award by Michael Trevis on November 18 2014

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  • Events | commarts.wisc.edu
    Meeting March 5 2015 4 00pm Location Ewbank Room 03 09 Media Production Panel March 9 2015 6 00pm Location 4028 Vilas Hall 03 12 David Koepp in Person March 12 2015 2 15pm Location 4070 Vilas Hall 03 12 Film Colloquium March 12 2015 4 00pm Location 4070 Vilas Hall RPC Colloquium March 12 2015 4 00pm Location Ewbank Room 03 19 Film Colloquium March 19 2015 4 00pm Location 4070 Vilas Hall RPC Colloquium March 19 2015 4 00pm Location Ewbank Room 03 26 RPC Colloquium March 26 2015 4 00pm Location Ewbank Room 04 09 CS Colloquium April 9 2015 4 00pm Location 4050 Vilas Hall MCS Colloquium April 9 2015 4 00pm Location 3155 Vilas Hall 04 16 Film Colloquium April 16 2015 4 00pm Location 4070 Vilas Hall MCS Colloquium April 16 2015 4 00pm Location 3155 Vilas Hall RPC Colloquium April 16 2015 4 00pm Location Ewbank Room 04 23 CS Colloquium April 23 2015 4 00pm Location 4050 Vilas Hall Film Colloquium April 23 2015 4 00pm Location 4070 Vilas Hall MCS Colloquium April 23 2015 4 00pm Location 3155 Vilas Hall RPC Colloquium April 23 2015 4 00pm Location Ewbank Room 04

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  • Location | commarts.wisc.edu
    FAQ Undergraduate General The Major Declaring Advising Resources Internships After College FAQ Alumni General Newsletters Alumni Survey CAPS Updates Send an Update Research Giving You are here Home About Location General Our Mission News Events Location History Contact Info How To Find Us The Department of Communication Arts is located in Vilas Hall 821 University Avenue corner of Park and University On the 6th floor you will find the main offices including the Chair Undergraduate Advisor Graduate Coordinator and most faculty and TA offices Also on the 6th floor are the Center for Communication Research and the offices of the Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research So are seminar room 6041 and the Ewbank conference room The 4th floor South houses most classrooms and some Comm Science labs Room 4070 the Parliamentary room is located in the middle of the 4th floor plaza The bridge over University connects to this plaza On the 3rd floor are The Instructional Media Center seminar room 3155 the Mirisch Room the Hamel Digital Lab and most editing and post production facilities Some TA offices are on the 2nd floor in the NE corridor The television production studios are on the 2nd floor in

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  • History | commarts.wisc.edu
    the first broadcasting courses in the nation Speech Professor Henry L Ewbank became Chairman of the University Radio Committee in 1928 and played a leadership role in radio programming and policy at both the local and the national level In 1939 his course on Radio Speaking was one of the most popular courses offered on the Hill Wisconsin Alumnus 1939 By this time the Department of Speech boasted over 1300 students enrolled in its courses each year up from 725 in 1932 This created a dilemma familiar to faculty today as the Wisconsin Alumnus reported Classroom facilities continue to be taxed by the increased enrollment April 1932 The department s roster of distinguished women faculty makes it stand out as well Pioneering female faculty members included Professors Gertrude Johnson Gladys L Borchers Harriett Grim and Charlotte Wells Over the next decades the Department of Speech maintained its broad spread continuing to teach speech and theater as well as communicative disorders and creating a new division of radio and television as those media expanded In 1960 Department Chair Frederick Haberman headed the advisory committee that created the Mass Communications History Center in cooperation with the School of Journalism and Mass Communication the Department of History and the Wisconsin Historical Society Later that year the Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research was formed Together these research centers build up one of the most important media and performing arts archival collections in the United States By 1966 it had become clear that a larger space was needed and plans for a new Communication Arts building were announced intended to house departments of Speech and Journalism along with the university radio and TV stations Plans were approved in 1969 and construction began on the 9 5 million project Named after former Board of

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  • Contact Information | commarts.wisc.edu
    Madison WI 53706 Main Office General Information Janis Richard info commarts wisc edu 608 262 2543 Fax 608 262 9953 Instructional Media Center front desk 608 263 6664 International Callers The United States Country Code is 1 Department Administration Department Chair Prof Michael Xenos xenos wisc edu 608 262 2277 Chair s Secretary Jean Siewert msiewert wisc edu 608 262 2277 Associate Chair Prof Kelley Conway kelleyconway wisc edu 608 262 2543 Director of Undergraduate Studies Prof Steven Lucas selucas wisc edu 608 262 2543 Director of Graduate Studies Prof Jeff Smith jpsmith8 wisc edu 608 262 2543 Department Administrator Linda Lucey lalucey wisc edu 608 262 2544 Undergraduate Advisor Mary Rossa merossa wisc edu 608 262 0992 Undergraduate Advisor Amy Schultz aaschultz3 wisc edu 608 262 2547 Graduate Coordinator Nathaniel Barber nbarber wisc edu 608 262 3398 Instructional Media Center Director Erik Gunneson gunneson wisc edu 608 263 4091 CA 100 Administrator Sarah Jedd sjedd wisc edu 608 262 2543 IT Support Pete Sengstock pgsengstock wisc edu 608 263 2296 Centers and Outreach Wisconsin Center for Film and Theater Research WCFTR Director Prof Vance Kepley vikepley wisc edu 608 262 2543 Assistant Director Mary Huelsbeck huelsbeck wisc edu 608

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