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Obama’s official photographer Pete Souza to present during CommWeek17

Souza’s lecture and gallery exhibit are just a few of the many events planned during Communication Week.

Scripps College welcomed 80 high school juniors for Experience Scripps Day

On Sat., March 18, students and their families visited to learn more about the college’s state-of-the-art facilities and programs.

Atlanta Journal-Constitution wins 2016 Farfel Prize for Excellence in Investigative Journalism

The Scripps College of Communication and the Scripps Howard Foundation announced that the AJC won for their investigation of “Doctors & Sex Abuse.”

Scripps online bachelor’s degree in applied communication ranked eighth

OnlineU ranked the online program eighth in its “2017 Most Affordable Online Colleges for Communications Degree” rankings.

OHIO Scripps Semester in D.C. student program announced

The program is a collaboration between the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, the School of Visual Communication and Washington, D.C., area professionals.

VisCom alumna Lauren Pond wins 2016 First Book Prize

Pond, a Columbus based photographer Pond, has won the eighth biennial First Book Prize in Photography for her color series Test of Faith.

Learn more about our five award-winning schools:

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Latest “Teaching Matters” podcast focuses on group dynamics

Dr. Angela Hosek, School of Communication Studies, discusses how group dynamics play a role in the learning process for millennial students, as well as how education approaches must adapt to the ways in which millennial students tend to learn.

Learn more and download the podcasts in the "Teaching Matters" series!

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