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Why Storytelling Matters

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Rutgers University students study the way stories are told to better understand the truth behind the messages.

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#Halloween Story Pitch: Can #Ebola Crisis Eventually Turn Into Worldwide Bio-Horror?

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#TexasTech Experts Available for #Halloween Stories

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Ebola Outbreak – European History Expert Puts It in Perspective

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Celebration of Black Gospel Music Will Feature Musicians, Historians and Civil Rights Activists at Baylor’s 2014 Pruit Symposium

“Marching to Zion: Celebrating and Preserving Black Sacred Music” — Baylor University’s 2014 Pruit Symposium — will bring together leading voices in black gospel music for conversation, celebration and music on Thursday, Oct. 23, through Saturday, Oct. 25, on the Baylor campus.

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Brenda Johnson Named Library Director at University of Chicago

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Brenda L. Johnson, an internationally respected leader in the field of library science, has been appointed Library Director and University Librarian at the University of Chicago. Her five-year term begins Jan. 1, 2015.

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Digital Archaeology Changes Exploration of the Past

Derek Counts, professor and chair of the Department of Art History at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, is studying new ways of documenting and sharing artifacts.

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Indiana University to Inaugurate Media School and Dedicate Ernie Pyle Sculpture

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Indiana University will inaugurate its newest school at the Bloomington campus, the Media School, with a celebration and the dedication of a new sculpture depicting alumnus and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Ernie Pyle on Friday, Oct. 17.

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Art and Nanotech Converge in Cornell University Campus Biennial

For her newest work, Korean artist Kimsooja wanted to explore a “shape and perspective that reveals the invisible as visible, physical as immaterial, and vice versa.” As artist-in-residence for the Cornell Council for the Arts’ 2014 Biennial, she has realized that objective with “A Needle Woman: Galaxy was a Memory, Earth is a Souvenir,” which was installed on the Cornell University Arts Quad in September. It’s one of several installations on campus for the semesterlong biennial, “Intimate Cosmologies: The Aesthetics of Scale in an Age of Nanotechnology.”

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Free Speech Week Advisory

The National Communication Association (NCA), the association representing thousands of the nation’s Communication scholars and teachers, will celebrate its 100th anniversary this coming November in Chicago. As has been true at many times throughout its first century, NCA will convene its members at a time when pressing global tensions are rising. And so, as it has always done, and as it will always do, NCA calls upon its members to help their students and the larger citizenry make sense of the pressing issues of the day through open debate, dialogue, and discussion.

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