Communication students

Department of Communication, Media & Arts

Amplify Your Voice, Influence Change

The Communication major includes concentrations in Health Communication, Media and Journalism, or Public Relations. Communication majors pursue dynamic internships and independent studies that reflect your goals and interests. You'll also have the opportunity to study abroad in Italy for three weeks through our Summer Seminar at the Sant’Anna Institute in Sorrento, accompanied by Communication faculty.

Our outstanding faculty members have a wide range of experience in journalism, media, education, public relations, and politics.

In addition to offering a wide variety of minors in the Fine Arts, including art, music, and theatre, the department offers courses in French, Spanish, and sign language.

Students may pursue their interests in the Fine Arts outside the classroom by performing with the student theatre group Stageless Players, the improvisational comedy troupe Improv on the Rocks, and such music groups as Campus Chorus, University Singers, and Concert Band.

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Daniel Podzunas (Mechanical Engineering, Math) standing at the door of the Department of Mathematics.

Pi Mu Epsilon Society Journal Publishes WNE Student and Faculty Puzzle Solutions

Western New England University celebrates the publication of mathematical puzzle solutions in the Pi Mu Epsilon (PME) Society Journal. Senior Daniel Podzunas and Professor Cheng-Han Pan's collaborative efforts mark a significant achievement in problem-solving and mathematical scholarship.

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Western New England University Celebrates 24th Annual Honors Program with Presidential Reception

Western New England University celebrated its new incoming class of Honors Program students with it’s 24th annual presidential reception. WNE President Robert E. Johnson welcomed the Class of 2027 to this distinguished program, emphasizing academic rigor and leadership opportunities.

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Writers Series author Jung Yun photo by Greg Dohler

WNE New Writers Reading Series to Feature Author Jung Yun

Western New England University's New Writers Reading Series proudly features acclaimed author Jung Yun, renowned for her work, O Beautiful. Join this literary evening on October 26th at 6:00 p.m., a chance to engage with the mind behind the New York Times Editors' Choice book.

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