The big news of the summer is that two of our professors - Kim Smith and Daniela Dimitrova - won College awards for teaching and research. We’ll have a feature story on that by Erin O’Gara in the forthcoming Monthly Memo.
Kim Smith joins Barbara Mack and Lulu Rodriguez who also have won Master Teacher honors. Barbara won the award in the first year it was offered, 2000. Lulu won it in 2004.
To read about the Master Teacher and Early Research Awards, visit these URLs:
Whether the topic is about Facebook, press freedom or stem cell research, chances are that faculty and graduate students are setting the agenda at the Greenlee School.
Professors and master's students combined for a total 28 paper and 3 panel presentations at major journalism and communication conventions, with an impressive 3 out of 10 papers ranked as "top" in three divisions of the upcoming San Francisco convention of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.
The Greenlee School will offer two new photography classes this spring semester, and there’s still time to enroll or get on a waiting list.
Jl MC 311x Persuasive Photography is geared toward public relations and advertising majors. The class focuses on understanding and using digital photography and lab techniques for persuasion in public relations and advertising applications. Lecturer Diane Bugeja will teach the class.