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Gift Launches Center for Sports Media

Legendary sportscaster Bob Ley '76 has made a philanthropic donation to Seton Hall to launch the Center for Sports Media.

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Renee Robinson

New Book Outlines Instructing Gen Z

Seeking to explore how to teach the next generation of students, Renee Robinson, Ph.D., has released her latest research on Gen Z.

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CommArts Students Earn National Communication Association Award

The National Communication Association's Spiritual Communication Division confers a joint Outstanding Undergraduate Scholarship award to six Communication Arts students.

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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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IN THE MEDIA Barrett Sports Media

The Best Media Discussion Of Jon Gruden Happened In A Virtual Classroom

Barrett Sports Media recaps the recent Sports Media Speaker Series panel discussion, "The Gruden Effect: Examining The Larger Issues." Hosted by Professional-in-Residence B.J. Schecter and former ESPN journalist Bob Ley '76, sports media experts discussed the ramifications of the offensive emails from Las Vegas Raiders coach Jon Gruden that were released to the public.

M.A. in Communication Online Information Session

The session will be presented by Dr. Ruth Tsuria, Asst. Professor of Communication and Ms. Brittany Scoles, CASE Director and offer attendees a brief overview of the program, including the areas of study Digital Communication and Communication Technologies, Communication in Organizations and Public Relations.



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McKenna Schray

CommArts PR Pro is Lifelong Learner

Public Relations Instructor McKenna Schray, Ph.D., earned the distinguished Accreditation in Public Relations through the PRSA.

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