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Sports During COVID-19

Former ESPN icon Bob Ley '76 and Professional-In-Residence B.J. Schecter will host a virtual roundtable of leading sports media journalists.

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WSOU Nominated for Marconi Award

WSOU Wins Big - Again

WSOU 89.5 FM students take home six Garden State Journalists Association awards, sweeping two major categories.

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Professor James J. Kimble of the College of Communication and the Arts working in his office.

Communication Professor on Lessons from WWII on COVID-19

Professor James Kimble recently published “The Real Lesson of WWII for Mobilizing Against COVID-19” in The Washington Post.

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The College of Communication and the Arts is a premier choice for students seeking a high quality, interdisciplinary communication and arts degree that is based on a sound liberal arts education, embraces today's digital culture, and empowers students to lead, create, and communicate with responsibility, passion and excellence.

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Many Shining Moments

Class of 2020 graduates Keith Egan and Joe Binder reflect on their growth with Pirate Sports Network as they begin their careers in broadcasting.

M.A. in Museum Professions Online Infosession
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Presented by Program Director Greg Stevens and CASE Director Brittany Scoles, this online infosession will offer attendees a brief overview of the program, including foundation courses, areas of study and capstone experiences.

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IN THE MEDIA PBS/One-on-One with Steve Adubato

The Evolution of Sports Media

College of Communication and the Arts Professional-in-Residence B.J. Schecter featured on One-on-One with Steve Adubato to discuss the current state of Sports Media and how Seton Hall's students are part of the changing landscape.

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Ruth Tsuria

CommArts Faculty Member Wins Digital Religion Research Award

Ruth Tsuria, Ph.D., has been selected for her work “Conservative Judaism in the Digital Age."

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