New school year, new departments!
Over the last 50 years the former department of Communication and Media grew to serve more than 1000 students. As of Fall 2021, the former department was retired we are now two separate departments: the Department of Communication and the Department of Media.
Follow the new Department of Media https://www.facebook.com/BoiseStateMediaDepartment
Visit the website for more info about our new degrees and programs: Boisestate.edu/media-dept/
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Students beginning the Design Ethnography Certificate this summer will be eligible for a limited number of paid Research Assistantships in the Fall. The Research Assistantship will fund your time and expenses associated with research for the capstone project, which is the culminating course in the certificate. Projects to be completed by December. For more information contact: Dr. John Ziker. [email protected]
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New school year, new departments!
Congratulations Boise State Communication & Media Department graduates!
Class of 2021 Send-off Spring 2021 Department of Communication and Media Send-off of our last graduating class. Beginning fall 2021, the Department of Communication and Media will ...
Congratulations to all our graduates! You can watch the Department Send-off video on the Boise State Department of Communication and Media YouTube on Saturday, May 8th. https://lnkd.in/gh_ubRr
Sam Haskell will defend her project titled "Cancel Culture: A Qualitative Analysis of the Social Media Practice of Canceling" next month.
Date and Time: 05/24/2021, 10:00 am – 12:00 pm
Committee: Dr. Manda Hicks (chair), Dr. Rulon Wood, and Dr. Rick Moore
Unlike previous forms of public shaming, canceling is a product of Web 2.0 and the boom of social media. The act of canceling is inherently tied to the word “canceled”, however, how the public defines a cancelation is not static. Instead, how those on social media partake and understand canceling is due to consistent strategies that emerge during a cancelation. In this research, I conducted a case study of the cancelation of Kevin Spacey that took place in 2017.
Over 1700 tweets discussing Kevin Spacey’s cancelation were captured in order to determine the process of canceling. Through qualitative content analysis, multiple strategies were revealed that
illuminated how the public utilizes social media to participate in cancel culture. This research demonstrates how canceling functions and the strategies that appear throughout the process of a
Do you know a student group, staff, faculty member, or individual who rises above the rest in making a difference for others and adding value to our university community? Recognize the impact they've made by nominating them for a Campus Award by March 19. Visit boisestate.edu/getinvolved/campus-awards-ceremony/ for info and nomination forms.
Have you heard? At the end of the 2020-2021 Academic Year, the Department of Communication and Media will retire. In fall 2021 two new departments will take its place: the Department of Communication and the Department of Media. For more information, visit https://www.boisestate.edu/comm-media/.
Summer will be here before you know it. Plan for summer classes now.
Why Take Summer Classes?
🔹 Graduate faster
🔸 Flexibility - take an online class from anywhere
🔹 Concentrate on one class at a time
🔸 Take a prerequisite for the fall semester
🔹 Complete a full semester class in a third of the time
Browse the 2021 Summer Schedule on myBoiseState or boisestate.edu/summer.
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We want you to succeed. Here are some things that can help.
Let’s face it. It’s not easy asking for help. But we want everyone to know we care about our students and want to help them succeed.
Students who need some extra help with classes can get tutoring and other academic help online. It’s a great resource to help students keep on top of class work.
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Health Services is open and offering both in person and telehealth appointments. They’ve had to make a few operational changes in response to COVID-19, but they’re willing and ready as ever to help with medical and mental health needs.
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Career Services counselors are taking remote appointments and are happy to meet over phone, email or video—whatever works best, to help with career goals or job searches.
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Students struggling to meet basic needs—food, bills, etc.-the Office of the Dean of Students offers a number of resources that exist specifically to help students through difficult situations.
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Students having trouble adjusting to remote classes should start by talking to their professors. Let them know they’re struggling. They want to help students do well, even if that help has to be from a distance. Students should also take a look at the tips and tools on the Learning Remotely web page and get familiar with all of the resources available to them.
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It’s hard being responsible and self-isolating and having a social life—all of us are feeling that. We’ve compiled a list of ways for students to connect with people from a distance.
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We are in this together. We've got this covered.
A warm welcome back to our Communication and Media students!
Congratulations to all our graduates! https://youtu.be/J1Eb6S0iqOs
Fall 2020 Send-off Fall 2020 Department of Communication and Media Send-off. Congratulations graduates!
The Campus Food Pantry is a place for ALL students who need access to food and hygiene products. Students simply need to bring their student ID number and facial covering.
The campus food pantry offers nourishing and cost-effective meal and snack options for Boise State students in need of food assistance.
-Canned and boxed foods
-Sauces and seasonings
-Personal hygiene products
Pantry Location & Hours
Campus School, Room 103
MODIFIED HOLIDAY HOURS
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday | 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m.
The Pantry will be closed on December 24th – January 3rd.
If you are interested in donating items, please refer to the donation form and recommended donation list that will help the Pantry meet students’ nutritional and basic hygiene needs.
IMPORTANT NOTE: To ensure quality of product, please be sure that donated items are not expired, not dented, and unopened.
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If you've tried to call in the last few weeks, you might have been waiting on hold for a while.
Everything around you has been impacted by COVID this year, and for us this means more students than ever have been reaching out to us for help. We're happy to be here to help you, but sadly this means you might be waiting on hold longer than usual. We notice higher call volume from noon until the end of the day, where you may be on hold for up to an hour.
We know that this is not an ideal situation for anyone, and have a few tips that can help you get assistance as quickly as possible!
First, if you can call before noon you will be able to speak with a representative much faster.
Our second tip if you live in the area, is to swing by in-person. Our office is still open to serve you Monday-Friday 8am-5pm. We are located in Admin Building Rm. 113. To keep our campus community safe, please wear a facial covering over your nose and mouth, maintain 6ft of distance from others in line, and bring a pen with you if possible.
We know that being a student during a pandemic isn't easy or what you signed up for, but we're here to help you make it through. Please reach out to our office at 208-426-1664, or [email protected] - we look forward to speaking with you!
Happy Homecoming Week!
The Boise State Talkin' Broncos are an example of what debate should be. Director of Forensics Dr. Hicks explains in this news story.
The downfall of decorum during the presidential debate There's been a lot of negative reaction to the first presidential debate between President Trump and challenger Joe Biden. We break it down.
With great sadness, we say goodbye and send our thoughts and prayers to family and friends of Kyle Wimpenny (BA Communication, 2017).
Friends of Boise man killed in Utah hiking accident share memories of his life 25-year-old Kyle Wimpenny was killed in a hiking accident sometime last week. Now, his close friends are remembering the impact he had on them.
Stay safe broncos ❤️🤍💙
Happy Father’s Day to all you amazing dads out there! 💙🧡
Watch Mario J. Sanders defend his thesis.
Date: June 8
Time: 2:00pm – 4:30pm
Follow the Link: https://boisestate.zoom.us/j/96862946334?pwd=Ukp5QVl2dFAyVjJFRmJHYXdnRVlQQT09
Remember and honor those who served. Hope you all had a happy and safe Memorial Day! 🇺🇸
Congratulations to the Public Relations Online program for ranking top in the nation TWICE!! The department placed 6th in the U.S. Most Affordable Online Bachelor’s Public Relations Degrees and was ranked 13th out of 121 programs for Best Online Bachelor’s Public Relations Degrees.
To read more about the programs success, follow this link: https://www.boisestate.edu/news/2020/05/13/boise-states-public-relations-online-program-ranked-top-in-the-nation-twice/
Boise State's Public Relations Online program ranked top in the nation – twice - Boise State News The Public Relations Online program at Boise State University recently was ranked sixth in the...
CommMedia Department Environment By Trevor Thompson
Tomorrow is Virtual Bronco Day! Check out our department page and join us at 11:30 for our student panel and 12:30 for our faculty panel to learn more about our programs.
STUDENT PANEL: 11:30 a.m. https://www.boisestate.edu/admissions/event/hear-from-communication-and-media-students/
FACULTY PANEL: 12:30 p.m. https://www.boisestate.edu/admissions/event/meet-communication-and-media-faculty/
Dear students, faculty and staff, with the transition online here are some tips for using Zoom:
Faculty and instructors should sign into Zoom before starting, joining or clicking a link to a Zoom meeting to be able to utilize the host and security controls of your meeting. In order to bypass the "Waiting Room" students should sign into Zoom before joining the meeting. We recommend that instructors schedule Zoom meetings using the Zoom Blackboard LTI in their Blackboard shell to schedule meetings (this will automatically add your T.A. as a co-host).
Two easy ways to sign into Zoom:
1. Go to https://boisestate.zoom.us/ and enter your username and password.
2. Instructors and students can add Zoom to the services menu in the landing page in myBoiseState for easy access. This link describes how to do that: https://www.boisestate.edu/oit-myboisestate/customize-your-services-in-myboisestate/
Sign into Zoom here: https://boisestate.zoom.us/
Instructors can schedule Zoom meetings here: https://boisestate.atlassian.net/wiki/spaces/LTS/pages/19234880/Full+Zoom+Blackboard+Integration+Recommended
Secure your meetings: https://www.boisestate.edu/oit/2020/04/01/secure-your-zoom-meetings/
Tips for using Zoom: https://www.boisestate.edu/oit-learning/video/zoom/
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Parking Permit Refund: Boise State is offering a 25% refund of your 2019/2020 campus parking permit.
Contact: [email protected] with questions or concerns you have.
Due to the temporary closure of the Boise State Campus Food Pantry, a Grocery Gift Card program has been created. Students who qualify can apply for a $25 Albertsons Gift Card each week through the end of the semester. Go to: https://www.boisestate.edu/deanofstudents/student-support/food-help/grocery-gift-card-program/
Grocery Gift Card Program - Dean of Students The Grocery Gift Card Program has been created to aid students facing food insecurity who...
This year's summer classes go where you go! Upcoming Summer Sessions will be delivered fully online or through remote delivery options. It is not too late to register for summer classes and get ahead on credits. Stay Safe Broncos
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Summer courses allow you to stay on track -- enroll in summer classes today! Registration is now open through your my.boisestate.edu student center.
Why Should You Summer Classes?
-Flexibility: take online classes from anywhere
-Concentrate on one class at a time
-Take a prerequisite for fall semester
-Complete a full semester class in a quarter of the time
Save money, time and graduate faster with summer classes! Enroll now!
Here's a link to see what classes will be offered over summer: https://www.boisestate.edu/summer/summer-course-lists/
Summer Sessions Courses - Boise State Summer Sessions Summer 2020 Course List PLEASE NOTE: All classes, times, instructors and locations listed here are...
Graduate student Blake Harms is defending his thesis, “Dis/ organizing Social Capital: Tension
in a Big National Western Park” on Friday March 6th from 1:30 to 4:30 pm in the Student Union
Building Brink Room. Please join us in supporting our graduate student.
Good luck Blake, we wish you all the best!
Congrats Dr. Rossetto for being named faculty director of the GradWell program. https://www.boisestate.edu/news/2020/01/30/kelly-rossetto-named-faculty-director-for-gradwell-program/
Don't forget today is Boise State's Spring 2020 Career Fair from 10 am to 3 pm. There will be 125 companies and grad schools attending. Plan your future and network with employers.
Seniors graduating December 2020 and May 2021 this is your reminder that February 21st is the last day to make an advising appointment.
Ximena has broken into out rounds of competitive debate in two debate formats, with two separate partners in the course of three back to back weekends. CONGRATS XIMENA ON BEING A RELENTLESS DEBATING MACHINE!
Apply for Department of Communications & Media Scholarships for the 2020-21 academic year.
Your major may qualify you for department Scholarships – even if you haven’t qualified before. The Boise State Scholarship Application is open NOW until February 15, 2020. Some scholarships may require financial need and to be considered you need to file the 2021 FAFSA.
Complete the Department of Communication and Media Scholarships Application at:
Contact the Boise State Scholarships Team with any questions at [email protected] or (208) 426-1664.
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