Communication

Communication

Collaborative. Strategic. Interpersonal. Public. Expressive.

Are you fascinated by how people communicate? Do you enjoy expressing yourself through theatrical performances, telling stories that demonstrate redemption? Do you want to join with others to make a difference?

Developing a great public communication campaign, a stunning corporate website, a life-changing theatre production, or substantive research for a professional conference demands concentrated intellectual, emotional, and spiritual work. 

In the offices and classrooms of Rupp Communication Arts Center, our faculty help you develop your skills for the workplace and life beyond this campus. Our desire is to help you find your vocation as you desire to make a difference. Contact us or, better yet, schedule a campus visit.

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Listen to Dr. Dale Keller describe how he wants you to be able to compete anywhere for the job you want in the future.

"One thing I really like about Taylor is the openness we have here in the classroom."

Listen to Dr. Dale Keller, Professor of Communication, describe how he wants you to be able to compete anywhere, with anyone, for the job you want in the future.

Listen to Tracy Manning, Managing & Artistic Director of Theatre, describe her passion for theatre at Taylor."Taylor theatre really is essential to a liberal arts education."
Listen to Tracy Manning, Managing and Artistic Director of Theatre, describe her passion for theatre at Taylor.

Listen to Assistant Professor Linda Manganello discuss the relational nature of communications at Taylor."[Communication] is a part of you. [At Taylor] you can refine your skillset and develop more [skills]." Listen to Dr. Linda Manganello, Assistant Professor, discuss the relational nature of communications at Taylor.

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Taylor University Theatre Group Touring Scotland

Published: August 21, 2015

A group of student actors from Taylor University has been in Scotland this week, presenting an interactive play based on biblical writings and poetry.

Theatre Presents Vietnam War Drama: A Piece of My Heart

Published: February 13, 2015

Taylor University’s Mitchell Theatre will present the critically-acclaimed Vietnam War drama, A Piece of My Heart. Written by Shirley Lauro, this powerful play follows six women’s time in the Vietnam War and their complicated arrival home.

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