NYPD 3rd annual Campus Sexual Assault Poster Contest

ANNOUNCEMENT SUBMISSIONS REQUESTED FOR THE 3rd ANNUAL NYPD CAMPUS SEXUAL ASSAULT POSTER CONTEST WITH $5000 IN PRIZES The New York City Police Department is inviting undergraduate and graduate students to showcase their artistic talent and their commitment to ending campus sexual assault by participating in the NYPD Campus Sexual Assault Poster Contest. The goal of the contest is to encourage… Read more »

Invitation to NYU Suicide and the Media Symposium

Samaritans Suicide Prevention Center in association with The NYU Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute invite you to join noted local & national media, communications and mental health experts for Helping or Hurting? The Media’s Impact in Reporting Mental Health Friday, February 23, 2018 2:30 – 8:00 pm The NYU Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute 20 Cooper Square, 7th Floor Commons,… Read more »

CMS Info & Declaration Sessions at Rose Hill

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New Comm & Media Studies Departmental Information and Declaration Sessions are coming soon at Rose Hill.  The Associate Chair, Dr. Knobel, does these sessions in groups so that she has time to meet with students individually afterwards who need guidance about which one to choose or other questions. Any sophomore or junior who is undeclared MUST attend one of these sessions if they… Read more »

Course Spotlight – Children and the Media (COMC 3375)

Register today for the new course Children and the Media (COMC 3375)! At least since Plato called for the banishment of the poets from his utopian Republic to shield the young from ‘harmful’ ideas, adults have been wondering and worrying about the impact of mediated communication on children. In recent centuries, the emergence of new communication technologies has been consistently… Read more »

Course Spotlight – Children and the Media (COMC 3375)

Register today for the new course Children and the Media (COMC 3375)! At least since Plato called for the banishment of the poets from his utopian Republic to shield the young from ‘harmful’ ideas, adults have been wondering and worrying about the impact of mediated communication on children. In recent centuries, the emergence of new communication technologies has been consistently… Read more »

Announcing the new MFA in Media Arts and Culture at Purchase College

The School of Film & Media Studies at Purchase College, State University of New York, would like to announce the fall 2018 launch of our new interdisciplinary MFA in media arts and culture. Students work collaboratively and individually under the guidance of faculty members who are leaders in the New York City media arts communities. This program offers partnerships with organizations and… Read more »

College Fashionista | Spring 2018 Opportunity

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Style Guru community member Description: Become a College Fashionista Style Guru today and join a community of passionate, like-minded college students while learning practical skills and gaining access to the industry of fashion! As a Style Guru community member, you’ll have access to our extensive hands-on curriculum to help propel your career, an online portal with educational videos and webinars,… Read more »

Course Spotlight – Introduction to Game Narrative (NMDD 3220)

Register today for the new course Introduction to Game Narrative! NMDD 3220 Students will examine how game stories motivate players and propel games from beginning to end. By examining games old and new, analog and digital, students will identify themes and narrative strategies while the class offers both design and technology instruction to enable them to create their own game… Read more »

Course Spotlight – Game Culture: Theory and Practice (DTEM 2452)

Register today for the new course Game Culture: Theory and Practice! DTEM 2452 This course emphasizes exploration and critical thinking as we discover how games are designed to address issues such as social justice, gender representation, behavioral change, and education. Through analyzing game artifacts and engaging in creative exercises, students will be able to think critically about games and how… Read more »

Course Spotlight – Game Culture: Theory and Practice (DTEM 2452)

Register today for the new course Game Culture: Theory and Practice! DTEM 2452 This course emphasizes exploration and critical thinking as we discover how games are designed to address issues such as social justice, gender representation, behavioral change, and education. Through analyzing game artifacts and engaging in creative exercises, students will be able to think critically about games and how… Read more »