As the presidential campaign heats up, journalists are experiencing an entirely new challenge: how to effectively question the Republican nominee. Why? He doesn’t play by the rules, says Harvey Young, chair of the Department of the Theatre and Dance, to a Poynter columnist. Read on for more.
School of Communication assistant professor Elizabeth Gerber explains to the Washington Post why it’s not always easy to part with outdated or broken tech. This comes in the wake of VHS's, well, wake. Read on.
Blame the user, says Eszter Hargittai, April McClain-Delaney and John Delaney Research Professor of Communication Studies. The app that’s sweeping (and irritating) the nation isn’t the problem, users’ judgment of appropriate times and places in which to use it is. She explains in July 22’s Washington Post.
Garry Marshall, proud Northwestern alumnus and great friend to the School of Communication, died on July 19, 2016. He was one of the most respected figures in Hollywood, having coupled a lengthy and lauded career in television and film with legendary kindness, warmth, and humor.
Dr. Sarah C. Bauer, developmental pediatrician, and Megan Roberts, the Jane Steiner Hoffman and Michael Hoffman Assistant Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders, lead a team offering innovative early-intervention autism diagnosis and treatment. They cowrote a piece for Scientific American explaining why evidence-based medical treatments alongside non-judgmental physician care are more dependable than alternative methods.
The Center for Audiology, Speech, Language, and Learning welcomes all Northwestern University faculty and staff to visit in the month of July and receive a free hearing test and weeklong hearing aid trial.
J.P. Sniadecki, assistant professor in the Department of Radio/Television/Film, shared his knowledge of the culture of public parks in China with the New York Times. Sniadecki created an acclaimed documentary about one such popular space, titled People’s Park.