Communications associate professor edits collection about how African Americans used the mass media as an advocacy tool.
Eight team members worked with Finca La Esperanza to help build a web and social media presence.
Graduate students in the Interactive Media master's program presented work from Ecuador, Costa Rica, Cuba and the Dominican Republic on Jan. 28 in Studio B of the School of Communications.
A group of iMedia students and two faculty members travel in January to Puntarenas, Costa Rica, to collaborate with indigenous groups as part of the graduate program's "Fly-In" component.
Communications assistant professor Dan Haygood organized the one-day event, which focused on mobile technologies, regulations and advertising.
Amanda Sturgill, Phillip Motley and Staci Saltz all wrote articles for an AEJMC peer-reviewed journal.
Seventeen faculty members served on panels, presented research and received honors for their academic work.
The new assistant director of Career Services for the School of Communications will prepare students for internships and careers.