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Discipline: Communication Studies

  • Intercultural Communication [CRN 69718]

    This course is designed to assist in taking full advantage of the Semester at Sea experience. The course examines and explores personal cultural identities through discourse and reflection within the […]

  • Film and Social Change

    In this globally-focused, upper-level course, we will: SEE a variety of films from several different cultural locations; ANALYZE these media “texts” within their sociopolitical, cultural, and historical “contexts;” EVALUATE their […]

  • Conflict Management and Communication

    SPCM 436 Conflict Management and Communication examines theoretical and practical issues concerning conflict management, communication, and power in various social environments as well as different ways to constructively approach conflict, […]

  • Intercultural Communication

    SPCM 434 Intercultural Communication is designed to increase students’ knowledge about communicating with members of cultures other than their own; to understand various beliefs, norms, attitudes, social practices, and communicative […]

  • Gender and Communication

    SPCM 335 Gender and Communication is designed to increase students’ understanding of relationships between gender, communication, and cultures, and develop awareness, academic thinking, and research skills concerning gendered issues in […]

  • Intercultural Communication

    This course is designed to assist in taking full advantage of the Semester at Sea experience. The course examines and explores personal cultural identities through discourse and reflection within the […]

  • Kenneth Bagley

    Dr. Kenny Bagley is an associate professor in the Portland State University Communications Department, where he has taught courses in intercultural communications, family communications, and freshman inquiry with University Studies […]

  • Interfaith and Inclusive Communication [CRN 17854]

    In the current globalized century, the world is more religiously diverse than at any other point in history. Frequently, religious and belief-based conflicts divide communities and cultures. Miscommunication can often […]

  • Intercultural Communication (Section 2)* [CRN 17867]

    We live in a rich, diverse world, full of people with unique values, norms, beliefs, and behaviors. By signing up for the Semester at Sea learning experience, you have each […]

  • Intercultural Communication (Section 1) [CRN 14794]

    You have likely heard phrases such as “global diversity” and “international/intercultural communication” discussed at work, school, or even on the evening news. In an ever-increasing global and technological world, diversity […]

  • Nonverbal Communication* [CRN 17853]

    Nonverbal communication directly enhances intercultural competencies because of its global practical application. Generally, 65% of the communication process is nonverbal in nature. Regardless of discipline or career path, governments, employers […]

  • Susan Wildermuth

    There are so many aspects of Sue Wildermuth to share, but perhaps most important is that she adores her job and strives to get better at it every day.  She started […]

  • Elizabeth Sink

    Elizabeth Sink is a Communication Studies instructor with a passion for facilitating healthy engagement across diverse identities. She is approaching her 15th year teaching at Colorado State University and her […]

  • Interpersonal Communication Skills [CRN 81200]

    In a world filled with smart phones, social media, on-demand video, and a seemingly never-ending stream of notifications, it is easy for one to feel overwhelmed and anxious due to […]

  • Communication and Popular Culture [CRN 83355]

    A key feature of modern life is the pervasiveness of media and the relationship it has with popular culture. From binge-watch sessions to iconic vines and from viral memes to […]


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