Celebrating Comm Studies Professor Jim McPherson


Faculty and administrators from across Whitworth University joined with current and former students recently to celebrate Dr. Jim McPherson on the occasion of his upcoming retirement. The gathering featured remarks from colleagues and highlighted McPherson's impressive collection of ties. McPherson joined the faculty of the Communication Studies department in 2000,…

Whitworth’s Ethics Bowl team wins ICW Bowl


The Whitworth "Philosoraptors" won the fourth annual Independent Colleges of Washington Ethics Bowl held at Seattle University on April 23 and 24.  The team defeated Walla Walla University, Heritage University and Seattle Pacific University in preliminary rounds and defeated Seattle University in the semifinals and St. Martin's University in the final round.  This is…

Ingram evaluates the debates


Communication Studies professor Mike Ingram was a featured expert on KHQ's coverage of the first presidential debates. Watching the #PresidentialDebate with body language expert Mike Ingram. Hear from him tonight on @KHQLocalNews. pic.twitter.com/JQ5SknDrRo — Patrick Erickson KHQ (@patrickerickson) September 27, 2016 Hear what he had to say at KHQ's website.

On the faculty bookshelf


Many Comm Studies faculty members have contributed to or published books. Some of the entries on our faculty bookshelf include... Journalism at the End of the American Century, 1965-Present Professor James McPherson (Praeger, 2006) McPherson captures the best and worst aspects of American journalism since 1965. The press has evolved…
css.php