Professor Sarah Tracy conducted a three-day leadership workshop entitled, “Being a Leader, an OPPT-in Approach to Pedagogy”.

Hugh Downs School doctoral students facilitated a structured dialogue workshop with 30 ASU graduate students, undergraduate students, and alumni.

Dr. Sarah Tracy was interviewed by NPR as part of their 'Men in America' special series, More Men Put Ambitions On Back Burner For Their Partners' Careers. Dr.

Paul Mongeau, professor and associate director, assumed the position President-Elect of the Western States Communication Association (i.e., WSCA) at the February conference in Anaheim, California.

Associate Professor Pauline Hope Cheong was interviewed for a feature story on religion and social media for the Dutch newspaper NRC, which is one of the highest circulated daily newspapers in the

The Hugh Downs School faculty and graduate students will receive top paper awards and recognitions at the Western States Communication Association’s convention in Anaheim, CA on February 14-18, 201

Broadcaster Hugh Downs is one of the most familiar American figures in the history of television.

Faculty and graduate students with the Hugh Downs School of Human Communication will receive top paper and research awards and recognitions at the National Communication Association's annual conven

Dr. Pauline Hope Cheong was invited to speak at New York University in October 2013 at the conference “Religion in the Digital Age: Mediating “the Human” in a Globalizing Asia”.

Associate professor Olga Davis was among scholars and clinicians competitively-selected nationwide as an NIH Scholar to participate in the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Translational Research

Intercultural faculty and new colleaguesThe Hugh Downs School welcomes Bradley Adame, assistant professor of interpersonal communication, and Uttaran Dutta, assistant professor of intercultural com

Dr. Tony Roberto has been appointed the new director for the Hugh Downs School of Human Communication Interdisciplinary Doctoral Program. We wish to welcome Dr. Roberto and to thank Dr.

Robert KastenbaumAuthor, professor, and playwright Robert Jay Kastenbaum, 80, passed away July 24 in Tempe, Arizona.

Professor Lee Gutkind, together with associate professor Amira de la Garza, coordinated two public programs for ASU graduate students in Gutkind's Creative Nonfiction course to tell the stories the

Dr. Pauline Cheong, associate professor, has interviewed more than 100 church and temple leaders of various faiths, from Catholics to Buddhists, on the use of new and social media.