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Written by Cheryl Solomon
Communication major, Ethnic Studies minor

Crystiana Schlitz: On The Fast Track to Success
May 2015

"A regular life doesn't seem so bad"
April 2015

What Ruby Dee Taught Me

March 2015


The Department of Communication at the University of Wisconsin-Parkside focuses on the development of cultural competence within the context of the local community, the nation, and the larger world. The Communication Department fosters cultural competence through experiential learning opportunities within the context of theoretical coursework.

Emphasizing the relationship between theory and practice, communication students are given the opportunity to improve their competencies in oral and written projects based on a comprehensive understanding of the complex process of human communication. In addition to regular coursework, students are strongly encouraged to complete an internship in their senior year. An internship is on-the-job experience under academic supervision.

Theresa Castor, Department Chair
Rita/CART 245
(262) 595-2252

Communication Video - UW-Parkside

Come and experience our communication department at UW-Parkside!

YouTube Interview with Communication alum Christopher Garrett, Manager of Dealer Integrated Information at Harley-Davidson, Milwaukee


This video on Christopher Garrett was produced by Communication majors Stephanie Parco, Yazlyn Perez, and Janette Ream.

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