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Knight Foundation Provides Grant to Knight School of Communication

Knight Foundation Provides Grant to Knight School of Communication Read More

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MA Comm Faculty, Alumna Publish Research

Dr. John McArthur and alumna Valerie Graham '14 published research to add to academic conversation on the evolution of libraries during the digital age. Read More

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Queens Announces 2016 Commencement Speakers

Hollywood director, Tom Shadyac, and Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools superintendent, Ann Clark, will speak in the Queens 2016 commencement ceremonies. Read More

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Queens Dedicates Campus Spaces to Honor Supportive Donors

On April 26, friends and family of the Tarwater family gathered on campus for the dedication of the Ann Tarwater Courtyard; Knight-Crane Hall was dedicated on May 5. Read More

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Students Create Impactful Public Service Announcements

Alexis Cariero, assistant professor in Queens Knight School of Communication, and Tosha Arriola, instructor in Queens Cato School of Education, encouraged their classes to produce these messages by using the sound studio located in Everett Library. Read More

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Communication Student Wins 2016 Outstanding Journalism Award

Wireback received the honor from from the Charlotte chapter of the SPJ. Read More

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Dr. McArthur Shares Insight into PokemonGo

Last week, the digital world was overrun by PokemonGo. The contagion surrounding the game has outpaced demand for Tinder, Snapchat and even social media behemoth Twitter. Read More

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Queens Students Published on WCNC

Queens University of Charlotte is sending 19 students and 2 faculty members to the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio, Brazil, as part of the John Belk International Program for study abroad experiences. Read More

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Thesis on Social Media Evolves Into Publication

Ashleigh took her communication consultant talents and expertise in social media to a new degree. She imagined that social media could be more than social— that social media, and Twitter chats in particular, might be places for people to gather.  Read More

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Queens Celebrates Banned Book Week

Dr. John McArthur, associate professor of communication, explained, "The simple act of reading these books is the goal, and any awareness we raise[d] for the week is a worthy cause." Read More

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