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Interpersonal conflict

Interpersonal conflict is an almost unavoidable part of romantic relationships, and resolving or managing these conflicts can be a tricky task. According to a new study due to be released in the Western Journal of Communication early next year, the timing of an apology for a relational transgression appears to matter. The experiment, led by Dr. Amy Hubbard, Communicology Professor at the University of Hawai‘i at Manoa, originated in her …

Communicology Professor Receives Excellence in Scholarship Award

Dr. Min-Sun Kim, Professor of Communicology, was the recipient of  the University of Hawai‘i College of Arts and Humanities’ Excellence in Scholarship Award for 2011-2012. The award recognizes a faculty member in the Arts and Humanities who has made an outstanding contribution to research in his or her respective discipline. Dr. Kim’s research in intercultural communication has been widely recognized in the human communication field. She focuses much of her …

Debate Team scores high at ”Worlds” tournament

Members of the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa Debate Team recently placed well at the U.S. Universities Invitational WUDC “Worlds” debate tournament at Claremont McKenna College, the largest debate union in the country.

British National Debate Team to be Hosted by Communicology and the UHM Debate Team

Ettie Bailey-King and Willard Foxton will be representing the British National Debate Team on tour throughout the United States Sept-Dec 2012

The British National Debate Team will be making a stop at UH Manoa just after the National Communication Association’s annual conference as part of their tour of American colleges and select debate programs. They will be hosted by the UH Debate Team and the Communicology Department during Thanksgiving week. …