Tag Archives: Communication Studies

Jennifer Schultz is a two-time CSP graduate who earned her bachelor’s in communication studies in 2011 and her master’s in sport management in 2016. Schultz knew she wanted to pursue a career in sports and felt that a degree in communication studies would give her the best all around-education in journalism and broadcasting while also allowing her to blend it with the sport management.… Read More

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Majoring in Communication Studies involves exploring the ways humans create, transmit, negotiate, and understand meaning through the exchange of messages.

Professor Colleen Arendt started at CSP in 2017 and has helped develop CSP’s Public Relations program

CSP Professor Dr. Colleen Arendt would echo that statement.… Read More

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Concordia senior communication studies students Chris Arionus and Cydi Yang were one of six teams selected as finalist to present at the 2016 Washington Media Scholars Foundation’s Media Plan Case Competition in Washington, D.C. this past summer.

Students were challenged to create a strategic media plan based on a hypothetical public policy issue.… Read More

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THE HMONG CULTURE AND LANGUAGE PROGRAM

Hmong Culture and Language Camp – July 27-August 7, 2015

The Hmong Culture and Language Program helps to teach children and youth about their cultural roots and heritage. It teaches language, cooking, crafts, songs, dances, and numerous other things of cultural significance to the Hmong culture.… Read More
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Concordia Degree: What’s Next?

What’s next for the nearly 1,000 Concordia students who are receiving their diplomas this weekend?

Here, 2014 Concordia graduates share the value of their Concordia degrees: stories of increased confidence, succeeding in competitive fields, and career changes that have come along the way!… Read More

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