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For the fourth year, the College of Media is a sponsor of Social Media Week Chicago. This year’s theme is “Upwardly Mobile: The Rise of the Connected Class.” SMW Chicago has thousands of attendees each year, and is a great platform for getting the word out about the College’s research and expertise, as well as networking with others involved in social media. Sessions hosted by the College of Media are located at the Illini Center...
Chris Benson
A Free Screening 5 p.m. Monday, November 9, 2015 Hillel The Margie K. and Louis N. Cohen Center for Jewish Life 503 East John Street Organized by The Program in Jewish Culture and Society and Holocaust, Genocide and Memory Studies   "Inheritance" is an extraordinary story about two women with a horrifying connection. Helena Jonas-Rosenzweig is a survivor of the Plaszow concentration camp near Krakow.  Monika Hertwig is the daughter of the camp’s pathological SS commander, Amon Goeth, a man...
Janice Collins
Learn more about this session for faculty here.
By Rich Martin The front page of today’s Daily Illini is dedicated to the memory of Brett Lerner, a junior in Broadcast Journalism who was killed Friday evening in an automobile accident while on a sports assignment. His classmates, teachers, advisers and friends all describe him as a remarkable young man – someone who was smart, hardworking and a pleasure to be around. The Department of Journalism and the College of Media were fortunate to count him as one of our students. He will be missed....
Molina-Guzman
Isabel Molina-Guzmán, Associate Professor of Media & Cinema Studies and Latina/Latino Studies, has been invited to participate in an all-day conference “Advancing Equity for Women & Girls of Color: A Research Agenda for the Next Decade.” The conference is co-hosted by the White House Council on Women and Girls and the Anna Julia Cooper Center at Wake Forest University.  Molina-Guzmán will serve on the panel “Images and Representations.” The panel will assess the existing state of media...

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