Welcome to CRDM
The Ph.D. Program in Communication, Rhetoric, and Digital Media prepares doctoral students to analyze the social, cultural, rhetorical, philosophical, and political dimensions of information technologies, new communication media, and digital texts and to actively engage digital media through research, criticism, production, and practice. Learn more »
CRDM Application Deadline – Monday, January 14th 2019
In the event you noticed a December date for the application deadline posted on another site, please note that the deadline for fall 2019 admission is January 14. If you have any questions, please email email@example.com. We will be happy to answer your questions over email or phone.
CRDM Symposium 2019: Dialog 2.0 – March 29-30, 2019
Dialog 2.0 will attract students and scholars from various disciplines and across underrepresented populations to engage with each other about how to dialogue productively in this new world of alternative facts, false news, and intimidation and in which issues of public import are often deliberated over social media. We are expanding our annual CRDM Symposium by reaching out across NC State, our local community, and neighboring Universities to promote civility and civic-mindedness. Click here to learn more!
CRDM faculty work in a variety of research areas, integrating humanities and social sciences.
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CRDM faculty are highly productive scholars and frequently work in collaboration with CRDM students to publish in a variety of scholarly venues. Below is a comprehensive list of most publications from CRDM core faculty during the 2016-2017 academic year. The publications co-authored with CRDM students are highlighted in bold.
Anson, C. M. (2016). A Guide to College Writing. New York: Pearson.
Bollmer, G. (2016) Inhuman Networks: Social Media and the Archaeology of Connection. New York: BloomsburyAcademic.
de Souza e Silva, A. (2016) (Editor). Dialogues on Mobile Communication. New York: Routledge.
Miller, Carolyn R., & Ashley R. Kelly, eds. (2017). Emerging Genres in New Media Environments. London:Palgrave Macmillan.
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The CRDM program builds on existing relationships with industry, academic departments, and university units established at NC State to provide opportunities for student internships, summer employment, and applied research projects.
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