The Communication Department is proud to have witnessed faculty members and students recognized by various media outlets. Below are some of the articles that have been published about the Department and its members.
Please note: publication categories are listed alphabetically, then chronologically from most recent to oldest within each category.
Adjunct professor Nate Lull signed up to be a marrow donor, thanks to Canisius hockey player Chris Rumble, and his donation may save a life.
Professor Michael Saffran is quoted about the Rochester media's local news scene.
Brian and Casey McCormack are brothers who partnered up for three separate radio talk shows and also run commentary on SUNY Geneseo's Ice Knights hockey games.
Professor Michael Saffran, who is also the Faculty Advisor for WGSU-FM, had an article published in celebration of College Radio Day (October 1) and the continued evolution of radio.
WGSU, Geneseo's campus radio station, is celebrating its fiftieth anniversary this year. It was founded February 18, 1963, and celebrations of the anniversary will continue throughout the year.
Dr. Mary Mohan's ongoing South Wedge project was recognized as a part of the College's Application for President Obama's National Community Service Honor Roll with Distinction.
In honor of WGSU's fiftieth anniversary this year, Geneseo Scene published an article about the value of working on WGSU. The article features both alumni and students and can be found on page five of the magazine.
A series of articles highlight past WGSU members and where they are now. These articles can be found on pages eight through thirteen of the e-Reader.
As a web exclusive, photos of both the WGSU station and members over the past fifty years are available in a slideshow. Photos include Professor Mike Saffran, '85, who is the current WGSU Faculty Advisor.
SUNY Geneseo has a history of participating in this undergraduate conference, which is part of the meeting of the Eastern Communication Association. In 2014, the Department was proud to see eleven Geneseo students present their work.
SUNY Geneseo has a history of participating in this undergraduate conference, which is part of the meeting of the Eastern Communication Association. In 2013, the Department was proud to see sixteen presentations by seventeen Geneseo students.
WGSU takes the station in a more "real-world" direction, implementing several changes but keeping the music the same.
Senior Kevin Mejia, an intern for the Center for Community, coordinates the campus' first Greek Night on his own
WGSU music director Oliver Horowitz and three assistant music directors (Katy Boland, Nathan Kahn, and Tom Silva) are praised for WGSU 89.3 FM's diverse musical playlist.
Station manager of WGSU 89.3 FM and managing editor of The Lamron, senior Laura Vitto has been working hard for Geneseo's communication outlets and aspires to be a journalist.
Erik Talbot, a senior Communication major, has immersed himself in campus media and internships from Albany to Rochester.
Senior Communication major James Costanzo surrounds himself with campus media, from WGSU to his editing position in on the Lamron. He also interned at NBC this summer.
Former Communication student Alex Fitzpatrick rose to station manager of 89.3 WGSU, Geneseo's student-run radio station.
Gabrielle Gosset and Dr. Mary Mohan worked with developer Greg O'Connell to help improve Livingston County's Springwater.
Dr. Atsushi Tajima, assistant professor, has had quite a journey before arriving at Geneseo, doing everything from studying Alaskan Inuits to being a motorcycle racer.
Another article, this time for the Livingston County News, was written about Gabrielle Gosset and Dr. Mary Mohan's work for Livingston County's Springwater.
Students of COMN 341 (Public Relations Case Problems) helped to design public relations and marketing strategies for businesses in Mount Morris, enlisted by Greg O'Connell.
Professor Mike Saffran was quoted for the Photo of the Week article, which featured the erection of SUNY Geneseo's radio tower for WGSU in 1963.