Department of Communication Studies:College of Arts and Sciences
Welcome to the Department of Communication Studies!
Dr. Anne Hubbell, Department Head
Main Office: Speech Building, Room 304
Office Phone Number: (575) 646-2801
- For information on what we think our academic programs can do for you, go to Our Goals
- You'll find information on financial aid, admissions for both undergraduate and graduate programs, as well as application forms for our graduate program, on our Admissions page.
- Check on career updates and other news from our graduates under Alumni.
- Parents and prospective employers: find out about the kinds of skills Communication BA and MA grads acquire by looking at Our Goals page. To find examples of jobs and/or careers held currently by our graduates, visit our Alumni page.
- For information concerning our Center for Intensive Training in English and its colloborative efforts with Kobe Shukugawa Gakuin University please visit our CITE page.
Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Ivan Dylko
Dr. Ivan Dylko has recently joined New Mexico State University as an assistant professor in the Department of Communication Studies. He is researching how communication technology transformation affects various political outcomes, such as political participation, political knowledge, political information processing, and sociology of political news. Dr. Dylko is currently examining the nature and implications of political user-generated content for the U.S. political system. Dr. Dylko will teach communication theory, persuasion, research methods, political communication, and other courses at NMSU. Raised by two life-long educators in Russia, Dr. Dylko is looking forward to teaching, interacting with, and engaging NMSU students in research. Dr. Dylko has earned his Doctoral degree in 2011 and Master's degree in 2007 from Ohio State University. He has earned his Bachelor's degree from Alcorn State University in 2005. In his spare time Dr. Dylko enjoys hiking, learning to play blues guitar, and working out. Dr. Dylko conducts research on political communication and communication technology. Check out his blog: www.ivandylko.blogspot.com
This site last updated on 2/11/13. For questions, comments, or to reports errors on this website, please contact the Communication Studies Department at 575-646-2801.