Michigan State's Department of Communication develops cutting-edge communication research to challenge the norms and methods of modern communication.
Michigan residents reported growing concern for the risks facing the environment even after facing division on politics. In the survey, 67 percent of respondents expressed that the environment should take priority, even at the risk of curbing economic growth.Read more
In our communication labs we study the effects of the digital world and virtual reality on human interaction, nonverbal communication, face-to-face experiences and more for use in areas like education, training, therapy and rehabilitation.
Dr. Kami Silk is an professor in the Department of Communication and the Director of the MA Program in Health & Risk Communication at Michigan State University; she also has an appointment with the Michigan Agricultural Experiment Station (MAES).