Michigan State University is conducting a search for its next Dean of the College of Communication Arts and Sciences.
Updates throughout the process will be provided on this webpage. The WittKieffer consulting firm will facilitate the search process. If you have nominations for qualified applicants, please send them to the consulting firm.
Michigan State University’s College of Communication Arts and Sciences, established in 1955, was the first such college in the country. Today, with more than 3,500 students and more than 56,000 alumni, it's one of the largest and most respected. With nationally ranked programs and internationally renowned faculty members, MSU ComArtSci prepares students for careers across a broad spectrum of the arts and sciences of communication.
The college is home to four departments – Advertising and Public Relations, Communication, Communicative Sciences and Disorders and Media and Information, in addition to the School of Journalism, and WKAR-AM/FM/TV. Reporting to the Provost, the Dean serves as the leader for the degree granting college at MSU.
Brandt Endowed Professor of Environmental Communication, School of Journalism
Dean, Lyman Briggs College
Assistant Professor, Department of Advertising and Public Relations
Director of Annual Giving, WKAR
Professor of Practice, Department of Media and Information
Director of Human Resources
Senior Director of Development
Director of the Michigan State University Health and Risk Communication Center, Department of Communication
Interim Assistant Dean for Undergraduate Education
Director of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
ComArtSci Alumni Representative
Ph.D. student, Department of Communication
Communication Leadership and Strategy student, Department of Communication
Instructor, Department of Advertising and Public Relations
Chairperson, Department of Communication
Assistant Professor, Department of Communicative Sciences and Disorders
Associate Professor, Department of Media and Information