Tag - Communication

Cinema Series kicks off with two films and a Q&A

Augusta University’s popular Cinema Series returns Thursday with two films by producer and screenwriter Toby Halbrooks. Halbrooks will be on hand for a Q&A after both the 2016 reimagining of Pete’s Dragon, which will screen at 1 p.m., and A...

Art meets science in “Natural Infinity”

Video by Tim Jackson Films At Augusta University’s third LASER talk on Feb. 21, leaders in the field of science and art discussed topics ranging from art history to the use of low-fidelity simulation models for minimally invasive surgery...

After the Storm

A tragedy brought Augusta University professor Dr. Melanie O’Meara together with her husband, Augusta University alumnus Lucas O’Meara, but it took Augusta University to give them a future. Read about their romance in  “After the...

Augusta University presents: The Little Prince

“One sees clearly only with the heart. What is essential is invisible to the eyes.”  – Antoine de Saint-Exupéry The Augusta University Department of Communications will host six performances of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s classic novella, The Little...

Washington Post: Media bias is nothing new

Advertising interests, not the pursuit of truth, coaxed many papers to adopt a policy of political objectivity in the 20th century. So says Dr. Debra van Tuyll, professor of Communications. “People didn’t want to tick [advertisers] off,”...

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