The School of Communication fosters creative thinking and leadership skills.
Here is a collection of some of our very talented students in the School of Communication.
Claudia Balthazar '14 is this year's FNCU/Ailes Rising Apprentice Scholarship recipient will be interning this summer at Fox News Channel in NYC. Claudia is also the president of HUABJ and will be attending the 38th Annual NABJ Conference as a student reporter and she is the recipient of the New York Women in Communications Foundation Scholarship.
The FNCU/Ailes Rising Apprentice scholarship is open to rising Junior or Senior students who are dedicated to enhancing diversity in the field of journalism, video/television, or a related major. One recipient will be selected on the basis of demonstrated academic achievement and an intention to pursue a career in journalism. Preference will be given to a student majoring in Journalism, Video/Television or a related major and who is from an underrepresented community.
Kevin Dexter '13 is the Color Analyst for 2013 Islanders Playoffs.
WRHU 88.7 is the only university radio channel in the U.S. with contract with a major sports team. Kevin is the Sports Director for the station.
Elizabeth Weeden and Sarah Travaglini (both '13) were interns with the Fresh Air Fund in New York City this past spring. Here they are posing for a picture at The Fresh Air Fund's Spring Fling.
Neha Joy Illiparambil '15 is journalism major, with a minor in drama. Neha currently hosts the show “Kids Clubhouse” on SportsNet NY, the flagship cable channel for the New York Mets. On the weekly show, she interviews Mets baseball players and fans, both locally and on the road.