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Michael Kimmel, professor of sociology and gender studies at Stony Brook-State University of New York, is one of the world’s leading experts on men and masculinity.

Arizona State University forensics students are set to represent ASU at three upcoming national competitions in public speaking.

Hugh Downs School faculty consisting of Dr's Robert Shuter, Pauline Cheong, and Uttaran Dutta, along with doctoral students Yashu Chen and Qingqing Hu, have been investigating communication technol

Sarah Tracy, professor in the Hugh Downs School of Human Communication, studies the power of compassion and kindness and how people create compassion through communication.

Arizona State University junior Bren Ram and freshman partner Ryan Ferdowsian, of ASU's forensics debate team, snagged the title of Pacific Champions this past weekend, in a policy debate competiti

Pauline Hope Cheong, Associate Professor of the Hugh Downs School of Human Communication, was honored with the 2017 Master Teacher Award, by the Western States Communication Association (WSCA), Com

For five evenings over the course of February, the public was invited onto Arizona State University's campuses for Night of the Open Door to see what each ha

Hugh Downs School faculty and doctoral students will receive top paper awards and recognitions at the annual Western States Communication Association convention in Salt Lake City, Utah on February

On Tuesday, Dec.13, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Arizona State University will recognize their highest achieving students from the social sciences, natural sciences and humanities at

Today’s heated political and social climate presents many challenges in realizing ASU’s commitment to creating an inclusive environment that empowers and gives voice to all members of the universit

As digital media use has exploded in Western nations, transforming communications, news sharing and business practices, it has done the same across Asia — but a pair of ASU researchers say there’s

Hugh Downs School of Human Communication Faculty and graduate students will showcase their papers, workshops and presentations at the National Communication Association's annual convention in Phila

From mastering a mental edge on the wrestling mat to traveling around the world on combat tours, Arizona State University alumnus Martin Sepulveda has discovered an unrelenting desire to conquer ob

Assistant professor Dr. Jonathan Pettigrew traveled to Nicaragua, Central America to answer that question.

Robert Shuter, research professor, and Pauline Hope Cheong, associate professor, recently completed two studies

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