Spotlight Stories

The stories below highlight the best of what Queens offers for students and the entire campus community. 

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Queens connects with Oscar Hopes

In November 2011, Ketner Auditorium held a standing-room-only crowd for a conversation with documentary filmmaker Marshall Curry. Read More

Navigating the social media-sphere

Queens students help non-profit leaders during social media seminar and case competition. Read More


Recent alumnus Chris Stemborowski shares insights he learned in the MA COMM program. Read More

My Digital Life

The Knight School offers lessons in digital and media literacy to Myers Park neighbors. Read More

Learning Outside the Classroom

Clubs & Organizations: The Martin Luther King Jr. Committee Read More

To Tweet or Not to Tweet

Student John Rush debates whether use of social media in the classroom enhances learning. Read More

Putting new skills to work

Knight School of Communication graduate alumna Shannon Hames is changing lives giving Charlotte youth vital skills using digital communication tools. Read More

Do You See What I Say?

Professor Karen Dunn is taking time to teach organizations outside of the Queens community about the power of body language and non-verbal communication. Read More

Creativity and Innovation

From using yoga to center themselves to painting together, graduate students in a Knight School course are exploring together. Read More

Persuasion and Donations

In an effort to give students a taste of a real-world experience, the assignment for their persuasion speech this semester in Public Speaking 200 (3) took a charitable turn.  Read More

Knowles Scholarship

When Knight School rising senior Dana McGrath learned she had won the prestigious Robert Knowles Communication Scholarship, she was stunned. Read More

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