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Blayne Baker '16
"The best thing about communication is the freedom to explore multiple disciplines. Because of my minor in business and courses such as film and literature, I found my calling in writing. I am actively pursuing positions as a copywriter in Boston. Finding yourself and your passion is extremely rewarding as a communication major because your possibilities are endless."

Blayne Baker '16, Communication Major, Business Minor

97% University Placement Total for 2018
84% Employed
10% Continuing Ed
3% Alternative

Department Spotlight

Art Exhibit

Four Clarkson University students and an alumna will be among the 42 artists taking part in the Frederic Remington Art Museum’s 2019 College Student Juried Art Exhibition, March 2-31. Read More.


The short film Warren S Fenzi (I Dream Chairs) by Clarkson Professor Stephen Farina is an official selection of the Architecture Design Art Film Festival to be held during Modernism Week in Palm Springs, California, in February 2019. Earlier in 2018, the film had been named a semi-finalist for the Craft in Focus (Ambacht in Beeld) Film Festival in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. Read More.

Paywall vending

Paywall: The Business of Scholarship, the documentary produced and directed by Professor Jason Schmitt, chair of the Department of Communication, Media & Design, debuted in Washington, D.C. The film makes the case for open access to research and science and was screened at 330 institutions around the world in 2018. View Paywall online here