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Welcome to the School of Communications at the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. We offer undergraduate and graduate study with two BA programs (Communication and Journalism), one MA program (Communication), an interdisciplinary PhD program, and a graduate certificate. We strive for excellence in all areas of teaching, research, and practice while embracing the contemporary challenges of complex and multicultural contexts involving communication and journalism.

Communication focuses on communication in intercultural and professional communities, information and communication technologies (ICTs) and policy, and the media arts. Journalism is professionally oriented and develops students’ critical thinking skills and ability to gather, analyze, and organize information, and to communicate it clearly and responsibly through print, broadcast, and online media.

Let us make every day a #GirlsinICTday to inspire more girls and young women to join the tech industry. I invite you to celebrate the day on 25 April as part of our global efforts @ITU #GlobalGoals

"This year during #SunshineWeek, the Society of Professional Journalists calls on congress to pass a strong federal shield law that better protects journalists and whistleblowers."

SPJ calls on Congress to pass strong Federal Shield Law

Quill, a magazine by the Society of Professional Journalists

🗓️ Happening today, 12p, iLab: Free speech at #UHManoa: What is the role of the public university? Hear from campus leaders on what makes us unique as a public institution, and how free speech intersects with our mission, values and responsibilities. More:

Poynter is hiring! If you like:
📈 Building digital strategy
📱 Reporting on social media
👩‍🏫 Teaching journalism
then we have a few jobs for you!

Dust off your résumé — Poynter is hiring

Four openings feels like a lot of jobs these days, so polish your résumé, dust off your sparkling prose for that cover letter and check out all the ...

SPJ applauds @SenBlumenthal, @SenatorMenendez and @ericswalwell for reintroducing the Journalist Protection Act, which would make it a federal crime to knowingly assault a reporter engaged in the act of newsgathering.

A lot of people doing “journalism” or calling themselves “journalists” these days are no longer working in traditional journalism jobs for traditional digital or print newsrooms

Chart: How the definition of "journalist" is changing

The plight of journalists might not be that bad if you’re willing to consider a broader view of "journalism."

Happening now → What actually is artificial intelligence? And what are its implications for news, communities and democracy? Watch a live discussion with @timhwang, @craignewmark and @JuliaAngwin at Knight Media Forum: #infoneeds #ai

Knight Media Forum 2019

Knight Foundation is a national foundation with strong local roots. We invest in journalism, in the arts, and in the success of cities where brothers ...

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