Welcome to the School of Communication
The School of Communication offers dynamic teaching, research/creative activity and service in the College of Communication, Fine Arts and Media. Our students in broadcasting, journalism, speech and graduate studies in communication enjoy state-of-the-art facilities, award-winning instruction from top professors, and learning from internationally recognized scholars. The School of Communication enthusiastically embraces the University of Nebraska at Omaha's metropolitan mission and strategic goals of student focus, academic excellence and community engagement. In fact, we have been recognized with the campus award for academic excellence! Additionally, our public relations student organization also has been nationally recognized for community engagement.
Are you interested in learning more about communication? For those students seeking careers in journalism, public relations, advertising, training and development, broadcasting, new media, corporate communication, media studies and communication education, the UNO School of Communication is the place to be...
UNO School of Communication professors annually win college and university awards for their teaching and research, publish in major academic journals, and publish acclaimed books. Our students and faculty members present top papers at national conferences.
We have an innovative Speech Center and aggressively encourage the use of new technologies. The UNO School of Communication is a leader in several key areas -- convergence journalism, service-learning courses, instructional communication, conflict mediation, and American Democracy Project outreach.
Please join us by learning more on these Web pages and by reading my Blog. I welcome your interest and comments. Visit "UNO School of Communication" on Facebook and follow @CommUNO on twitter. Thank you!
School of Communication Professor & Interim Director
College of Communication, Fine Arts and Media
The University of Nebraska at Omaha
Fellow, The Center for Great Plains Studies
Arts and Sciences Hall, 108, Omaha, NE 68182-0112
Telephone: (402) 554-3543; Fax line: (402) 554-3836