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This distinguished program ranks among the field's leaders in one or more areas of research. Click faculty names to review individual publications in the communication research literature. Click research strength categories or top ten research categories to review joint departmental publication in the communication research literature by topic.


Department:Department of Communication
University of Wisconsin Milwaukee
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53201
Home page: http://www4.uwm.edu/letsci/communication/
Chairperson or head:Professor Kathy Olson
Degrees offered: Bachelors, Masters, Doctorate
Contacts:
Faculty:
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Allen, Michael R.
Braman, Sandra
Burrell, Nancy A.
Fonner, Kathyrn
Harris, Leslie J.
Jordan, John W.
Kim, Sang-Yeon
Lim, Tae-Seop
Olson, Kathryn M.
Parcell, Erin S.
Ruppel, Erin
Song, Hayeon
Timmerman, Erik
Timmerman, Lindsay
Areas of departmental research strength: Asia, Biology, Broadcasting-And-Media, Cognition, Competence, Computer, Conflict, Conversation, Democracy, Demographics, Economics, Education, Emotion, Family, Film, Gender, Health, History, Intercultural, Interpersonal, Language, Law, Marriage-And-Intimacy, Metaphor, Methodology, News, Organizational, Personality-And-Psychology, Persuasion, Politics-And-Government, Popular-Culture, Presidential-Figures, Print-Journalism, Race-And-Ethnicity, Rhetoric, Small-Group-Roles, Social-Structure, Technologies, Television, Theory
Top 10 research department for: Asia, Biology, Film, Intercultural, Language, Metaphor, Popular-Culture, Small-Group-Roles

Notes: Data are based on best available information and are updated regularly but may not reflect changes in departmental personnel, changes in degree programs, or changes in faculty research interests. Click here to read important additional information about this database, the way in which faculty research strengths and "Top Ten" designation is determined, and how the data are derived and updated.