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"J. Emmett Winn" <[log in to unmask]>
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Film and TV Studies Discussion List <[log in to unmask]>
Tue, 2 Dec 1997 15:32:49 -0600
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Forwarded by Emmett Winn, please direct comments & questions off-list to
Susan Brinson ([log in to unmask]).
The Department of Communication at Auburn University is accepting
applications for admission to their graduate program and for teaching
assistantships.  Auburn University offers a master's-only graduate program
that provides students with solid theoretical and methodological
foundations in a variety of Communication subjects, including
interpersonal, small group, organizational, rhetoric, popular culture and
mass communication.  Students may select either a thesis or non-thesis
course of study. Our graduate faculty are widely published in many
different Communication and interdisciplinary journals and belong to a wide
variety of professional organizations.  Teaching assistantships are
available on a competitive basis, offering stipends of approximately $7,500
per academic year and out-of-state tuition waivers.  For more information
about the Communication graduate program and assistantships please contact
Dr. Susan Brinson, Dept. of Communication, 217 Tichenor Hall, Auburn
University, AL, 36849-5211, or e-mail [log in to unmask]  If you
would like to apply to the graduate program, please contact The Graduate
School at (e-mail:[log in to unmask]) or
>Dr. Susan L. Brinson
>Associate Professor and        Graduate Program Officer
>Graduate Program Officer
>Department of Communication
>217 Tichenor Hall
>Auburn University, AL   36849-5211
>phone: (334)844-2762
>fax:   (334)844-4665
>e-mail: [log in to unmask]
>web page:
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