News

A woman in a black camisole that is anxious.

News

Deportation threat worsens Latinos’ anxiety, mental health

A hostile environment that threatens Latino noncitizens with deportation is associated with psychological distress among not only Latino noncitizens but also Latino U.S. citizens who aren’t vulnerable to deportation, a Cornell-led research group...

  • Department of Communication
  • Communication
4 individuals standing, smiling with trees in the background

News

Awards A Cornell University team comprising Graduate Student Stephanie Belina won second place at the International Virtual Reality Healthcare Association’s first Healthcare Hackathon Invitational, hosted at Ringling College of Art and Design...
  • Department of Communication
group of students look out over cliff

News

Events Join us for COMMColloquium Friday, February 9, at 1:00 pm in 102 Mann Library Building. Postdoctoral Associate Miki Matsumuro will present “Cognitive Modeling in Human-Computer, Human-Machine, and Human-Agent Interaction.” The colloquium...
  • Department of Communication
comm department party

News

Happy New Year from the Department of Communication! Awards Several faculty, staff, and graduate students received prestigious awards. Professor Natalie Bazarova received the SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Scholarship and Creative...
  • Department of Communication
White smoke on a black bachground.

News

In a recent study published in Social Science and Medicine, a multidisciplinary team sought to deepen regulators’ understanding of how both adults and teens respond to warning labels on e-cigarettes.

  • Communication
  • Department of Communication

Newsletters

The Department of Communication newsletter, COMMconnect, publishes department events, as well as faculty, staff, student, and advisory board accomplishments. To subscribe to the newsletter, send your email address to Kelli Carr, kac345@cornell.edu.

History of the Department of Communication

The History of the Department of Communication, compiled by William B. Ward, details the department's history from 1874, when Cornell offered the first university-level journalism course, to 2000, with faculty and staff who are still part of the department today. The book is up for digital download (links to the right), and there are physical copies available in the department.