As an internationally-acclaimed solo performance artist, Tim Miller's creative work as a performer and writer explores the artistic, spiritual and political topography of his identity as a gay man. Since 1999, Miller has focused his creative and political work on marriage equality and addressing the injustices facing lesbian and gay couples in America.
Hailed for his humor and passion, Miller has taught performance at universities throughout the United States.
Sponsored by Department of Theatre and Film Studies, and the Department of Communication Studies. For more info: Tami Spry email@example.com
Join the Players Performance Group. The group is looking for thinkers, creators, writers, speakers, and artists of all kinds. No experience necessary. For more information about Players at SCSU: contact Jennifer Tuder, Director of Players, Riverview Building Room 110, or 308-3125.
Join The Forensics Speech and Debate Team! SCSU Forensics offers students the opportunity to compete in public speaking, debate and interpretation of literature/acting. SCSU Forensics (competitive speech and debate) is open to all students regardless of major/minor; no experience is necessary. For more information about Forensics at SCSU contact: Scott Wells, Director of Forensics, Riverview Building Room 211A, 308-3000.
The SCSU Department of Communication Studies is seeking a part-time public relations and communications intern for Fall 2015. See the position description for more information. The position is open until filled.
The Communication Studies Department is looking to replenish its adjunct pool. Please see Human Resources website and apply at NEOGOV.