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Communication and Journalism
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Laramie, WY 82072
Phone: (307) 766-3122
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Students interested in careers in communication and journalism will find that our department offers a broad range of professional and research courses in a sound interdisciplinary academic program. Courses include writing, speaking and analyzing messages; forms of interpersonal communication; mass media effects and audiences' interpretations of media messages and images.

Students can earn degrees in communication and journalism. Within these degree areas, students may specialize in new media, news/editorial, public relations, advertising, photojournalism, cross-cultural communication, rhetoric, or visual communication. Other career opportunities include human relations, consulting, education, sales, business promotion and diversity training. The department encourages students to pursue internships, and couples academic preparation with unique opportunities for professional experience.

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Professor Michael Brown was invited to become a Research Associate with the Library of Congress’ Radio Preservation Task Force. The task force is charged with locating radio recordings and supporting materials from 1922-1970. In 2000 Congress passed the National Recording Preservation Act which mandated that the Library of Congress locate and archive our culture’s recorded material. In the field of broadcasting the initial focus was on national networks and their programming. That focus has now shifted to regional and local archives. Professor Brown was chosen as one of the Research Associates representing the western US. The initial goal of the project is to locate regional archives. The long-term goal is to locate and archive as many individual and local recordings as possible. The project concludes with a media history conference held at the Library of Congress in 2015.

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