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Scripps College of Communication

With more than 20 undergraduate major, minor and certificate programs across our five schools, the Scripps College of Communication prepares the next generation of innovative communicators to move the world forward. Our students benefit from rigorous courses taught by award-winning faculty and hands-on experience with cutting-edge technology. We offer countless opportunities for professional-level career exploration and internships on campus, across the country and all over the world. We are a far-reaching community of achievers, bridging disciplines to solve complicated problems, welcoming change in all its forms, and inspiring each other to reach even further.


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  • 2019 ITS alumnus Brandon Smith: IT Consultant at Crowe

    August 21, 2019

    Information and Telecommunication Systems major Brandon Smith is in his new position as IT Consultant at Crowe.


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  • J. Warren McClure School changes reinforce college’s focus on innovation

    August 21, 2019

    The J. Warren McClure School (formerly Information Telecommunication Systems) will combine with the Game Research and Immersive Design (GRID) Lab to form the J. Warren McClure School of Emerging Communication Technologies.

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  • Gridiron Glory media day brings area athletes to OHIO's campus

    August 20, 2019

    OHIO student journalists representing Gridiron Glory, a WOUB television program and web platform covering high school football, hosted a media day for players from across the region to prepare for the upcoming season.

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  • 2019 VisCom Information Design alumna Alex Mason: Production editor in Florida

    August 15, 2019

    Information Design: Publication major Alex Mason is in Lady Lake Florida in her new position as the production editor at The Villages Daily Sun. 

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