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Save the date for the 2019 College of Media Undergraduate Research and Creative Endeavor Symposium: Saturday, April 6, 3-4 p.m. Deadline for submissions: Friday, March 1, at 11:59 p.m. What Can I Submit? Original research or creative work produced in a College of Media class or under the supervision of a College of Media professor James Scholar projects What is the Format for Presenting? All presenters will create and present a poster for display about their project. There will also be some...
John Wirtz wins award
Assistant professor John G. Wirtz and Illinois alumna Thais M. Zimbres (MS '13, advertising) received the 2018 PRIDE Research Award for Innovation, Development, and Educational Achievement at the National Communication Association annual convention in Salt Lake City in November 2018.   The PRIDE award recognizes the journal article published the previous academic year that made...
Season's Greetings
We present the College of Media's year-end video, created by students in our media and cinema studies class "Media Production I," taught by Victor Font.  To create this video, we enlisted the help of about 300 students, faculty, staff, and friends to join us for #MediaOnTheQuad as extras in the film. The MACS 199 class of 15 students plus five independent study students did everything from drawing storyboards to shooting video, directing to post-production (so that it...
Erica Crouch SBC graduation
By Molly Leahy, Communications and Marketing Intern After 15 months together in the inaugural strategic brand communication (SBC) program, students met in person for the first time at their graduation ceremony on October 27, greeting each other with hugs in Gregory Hall. The SBC master’s degree program is a collaboration between the College of Media, Gies College of Business, and the Center for Innovation in Teaching and Learning (CITL). It is the first...
Christopher Capozziello
In Spring 2019, photojournalist Christopher Capozziello, whose work has been published and exhibited worldwide, will be on the Illinois campus for an eight-week George A. Miller visiting artist residency. He has done extensive photographic work on breast cancer, heroin addiction, racism, cerebral palsy, and American Christianity. In addition to teaching "Photojournalism and Society," ...

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