At the Jack J. Valenti School of Communication our goal is to produce graduates who: are well-educated in communication, the liberal arts and humanities, and in the social, natural, and physical sciences; are ethical, technologically proficient, analytical, and critical; have the cognitive, research, and professional skills required to succeed in their first jobs and to mature as leaders in a constantly changing, challenging, and exciting new information era; and are able to contribute as citizens to a changing and increasingly complex society.
NEWS and EVENTS
- Jemimah Noonoo, a former Jack J. Valenti School of Communication journalism lecturer, died over the weekend. Noonoo taught Writing for Print and Digital Media for more than four years and often spoke of the joy she received from her students’ success.
UH Study Finds Print Readers Recall More Than Online Readers
Dr. Arthur Santana’s study in the Newspaper Research Journal finds print newspapers are a more effective medium than online newspapers at spurring recollection.
Dr. Northup is a professor at the Jack J. Valenti School of Communication. He lived in LA for seven years where he wrote in the entertainment industry. After writing for television, he decided to study the effects that watching television has on an individual. He currently teaches a documentary film class and persuasion.