The UNI Department of Communication Studies is dedicated to providing our students with a variety of experiences inside and outside of the classroom that will help them prepare for a career in a communication-related field.
Our mission is:
- to assist students in becoming informed, responsible, creative, and critical communicators
- to enhance student knowledge of, and skill in, the construction, interpretation, and distribution of communication in diverse cultural and global communities
- to promote theoretical understanding and professional/personal practice of effective and ethical human communication between and within a broad range of contexts and communities.
You can find us in our state-of-the-art facilities in Lang Hall, one of the university's historically significant buildings.
UNI Speech Team Finishes 9th at National Tournament
The UNI Speech Team finished 9th in the country at the American Forensic Association - National Individual Events Tournament (AFA-NIET) in Portland. The competition was held at Lewis & Clark College, April 3-6, 2015. The 9th place finish is UNI's highest...
UNI Debate Team Wins National Junior Division Debate Tournament
Junior Communication majors Keegan Bosch and Ingrid Folkers won the novice division of the National Junior Division Debate Tournament (Novice Nationals) in Kansas City. The pair ended the tournament with a tournament of 7 wins and 1 loss (which...
Can I Play, Too? Gender Equity in the Age of #Gamergate
UNI will host four panelists from the gaming industry and gaming journalism at the Women's History Month Keynote Address: "Can I Play, Too? Gender Equity in the Age of #Gamergate". The event is Tuesday, March 31, 2015, 7:30 p.m., in Lang Hall Auditorium...