In Communications Studies, students use a variety of approaches to understand how knowledge and culture are produced and reflected in speech, writing, television, film, radio, digital media and interactive entertainment, the internet, and wireless networks.
The Religious studies program examines the variety of beliefs and behaviours through which people around the world express spiritual impulses, both in formal religions and everyday life. What do people believe is sacred? What do they think about the meaning and purpose of existence? How do they live out these beliefs?
Gerontology is the study of aging and older adults. As an interdisciplinary field of study, Gerontology integrates knowledge from biology, psychology, and sociology and other areas of expertise like communication and counselling, end of life care, and human sexuality.
Hom Shrestha, a second-year gerontology student at Huntington University, recently attended the 2017 Conference of the Association for Anthropology, Gerontology, and the Life Course (AAGE) at Oxford Brookes University in Oxford, England. Shrestha presented his paper entitled Bura Janko – Honouring Old Age in Nepal, co-authored by Kathryn Molohon, to distinguished conference participants and scholars […]
SUDBURY, ON – Dr. Kevin McCormick, President and Vice-Chancellor of Huntington University, is heading to Japan next week to present a keynote address at an international conference being held July 8 to 12, 2017, at the University of Miyazaki. The 13th International Conference – ASIAN Community Knowledge Networks for the Economy, Society, Culture and Environmental […]