A professor in the Department of Journalism & Creative Media Industries at the Texas Tech College of Media & Communication, Eko's work focuses on media and communication in a variety of forms – human rights, freedom of expression and comparative and international communication.
The College of Media & Communication at Texas Tech University has been leading the charge to meet the demand for broader curriculum offerings and research related to video games. Megan Condis, Ph.D., assistant professor of communication studies, is one of the faculty members who have been brought on board to do just that.
In the College of Media & Communication Graduate Program, master’s students must complete a final research project in the form of a master’s report or thesis project. Find out which of the two options is the best fit for you.
Kerk Kee, Ph.D., an associate professor of professional communication in Texas Tech University's College of Media & Communication, is using his NSF CAREER grant to develop a framework to measure, build and improve virtual organizations’ capacity.
Students in PR 4412, Public Relations Campaigns, are working to rebuild and strengthen the local student chapter of Habitat for Humanity, a nonprofit group focused on providing affordable housing for low- to middle-income people in the Hub City area.
Nick Bowman, Ph.D., an associate professor of journalism & creative media industries in Texas Tech University's College of Media & Communication, has been awarded funding from the U.S. Fulbright Program to travel to Taiwan to engage in further research on the subject of video games and interactivity.
Hosted by the Department of Advertising & Brand Strategy in the College of Media & Communication, the 2019 Hub City Student Advertising Competition brought teams of Lubbock-area college students together to create, develop and pitch an advertising campaign to real-world client, University Medical Center.