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17th Annual Canes Film Festival Will Highlight Student Work In Motion Pictures

  • Tuesday, 22 April 2014
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The best student work in the Motion Pictures program will be in the spotlight May 2-4 at 17th Annual Canes Film Festival at the Cosford Cinema. The festival kicks off at 7 p.m. on April 28 with a screening of McConkey, a documentary presented by RedBull, followed by a Q&A with director David Zieff after the film. Almost 100…

Annual Student Showcase to Honor Student Media and Alumna

  • Monday, 21 April 2014
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The Department of Journalism and Media Management will host the 65th Annual Student Showcase from 6 to 8 p.m. on Monday April 28 to honor outstanding contributions in student media. Students from UMTV, The Miami Hurricane, Distraction Magazine and the Ibis Yearbook will be recognized for their achievements throughout the year. Student media outlets have received recognition this year…

LA Alumni to Host Live-Stream of Entertainment Panel

  • Thursday, 17 April 2014
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As part of the University of Miami Alumni Association's Professional Development Month, the Greater Los Angeles Alumni Club will be hosting a 'Canes in Entertainment Panel on April 21 at the Hollywood Improv. Los Angeles alumni may attend in person for drink specials and networking. Students and alumni based elsewhere may watch and ask questions live at our streaming link.…

SoC To Host Chicas Poderosas Interactive Storytelling Workshop

  • Thursday, 10 April 2014
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Chicas Poderosas โ€” an organization dedicated to empowering Latin American women journalists to excel in visual storytelling, data visualization and interactive media with hands-on skills training โ€” will hold its first workshop in the United States from April 17 to 20 in Miami. The final two days of the event will be hosted at the University of Miami School…

SoC Team Wins National Student Advertising Competition in District Four

  • Wednesday, 9 April 2014
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The student team from the School of Communication won the National Student Advertising Competition District Four Championship on April 5 in Orlando and will move on to the semi-final round later this month. The victory marks the first milestone on the team's attempt to earn its second consecutive NSAC championship, said adviser Alyse Lancaster, chair of the Department of…


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Cinema & Interactive Media



The Cinema and Interactive Media Department offers cinema production, documentary production, photo documentary and interactive media. CIM students create and deliver content (narrative film, documentaries, photo and other media) for worldwide showcases and designs new and innovative delivery systems, applications and games.

Study film production, producing and screenwriting with an innovative and independent streak. The Cinema and Interactive Media Department offers a completecurriculum for a new generation of media specialists, providing historical context and embracing the moving image creative process from writing and development through production and post-production to all forms of exhibition.

New for fall 2013! M.F.A in Interactive Media. Study interactive design and games that impact, augment, and influence how people communicate.

Students in the CIM department have produced short films in Guatemala, Spain, Prague and China, created exciting webisodes, maintained engaging blogs, created websites for social change and interactive environments all while learning from discussions with visiting guests from around the world.



"While at UM I made four short films. All of those were made with the School's equipment and with hands-on help from my professors. To actually have professors who care about you and know who you are sitting with you in an edit bay and helping you work out problems is an incredibly valuable and unique experience."

Kyle Alvarez
Class of 2005
Writer, Director, and Independent Spirit Award Winner

 



Communication Studies



The Communication Studies Department empowers students to develop advanced skills in cross-cultural communication, leadership, argumentation, oral and written presentations, critical thinking, research, relationship building and more โ€” skills that can be used in any field or career.

Communication Studies students also have the opportunity to conduct important research on a number of topics. Students are challenged to apply communication skills through hands-on experiential learning and professional internships.

Our outstanding professors prepare students for many different careers, including politics, public advocacy, healthcare promotion, business, intercultural education, or to pursue graduate or law school.

The program also specializes in the rapidly developing field of health communication through collaborative work with UM's medical school and other campus resources.



"The Communication Studies program at the School of Communication is amazing. The program helps you become an expert in any field you desire. In three short years, I have learned so much about research. Choosing Communication Studies as a major may seem somewhat ambiguous at first, but it is the best decision I have made. The classes give you the opportunity to practice researching and analyzing anything you're interested in and prepares you for what's to come in the real world regardless of what path you choose."

Katiana Rodriguez
Senior

 



Journalism & Media Management



The Journalism and Media Management Department includes majors in Journalism, Broadcast Journalism, Electronic Media and Media Management.

Journalism and Media Management faculty teach students to gather content, analyze information, and use technology to tell meaningful stories to global audiences, as well as to understand those audiences and think critically about demographic and usage trends important to today's media enterprises. While doing this work, students will find themselves using state of the art digital equipment and facilities and exploring cutting edge multimedia and social media practices. Graduates of this department can be found working for news and information operations such as CBS, Fox News, E! Entertainment Television, ESPN, Telemundo, The Washington Post and National Geographic.



"The hand-on experience I received in the Journalism program was invaluable. I had already produced, written, and anchored a newscast before graduation. Major newsrooms are filled with UM grads, from managers to producers, writers to reporters, and anchors. It's a real testament to the quality of a UM education."

Maggie Rodriguez
Class of 1991
Broadcast journalist and former Co-anchor
The Early Show, CBS News

 



Strategic Communication



The Strategic Communication Department consists of Advertising and Public Relations, two programs that are continually evolving to meet the demands of the ever-changing media industry. Advertising students specialize in the area of the advertising business that best suits their skills and talents and may pursue a degree focusing on an advertising creative, advertising management, or general advertising track. Students in all three tracks learn how to create an effective, strategically sound advertising campaign for a real-world client through our exciting and contemporary curriculum.

Many UM advertising graduates are working in the most prestigious advertising agencies in the country, including Crispin Porter + Bogusky, Young & Rubicam, BBDO, Grey Advertising, Goodby Silverstein & Partners, Saatchi & Saatchi, Mullen, and Arnold Worldwide.

Public Relations students learn how to promote a client's business, image, product, or service in the national and international marketplace through media releases, editorial content, and promotion. Courses also reflect the importance of research and multimedia technology in public relations for both the public and private sectors. Students have the opportunity to create and execute PR campaigns for real-world clients through course work.



"The School of Communication was a great place to learn how to succeed in the public relations field. The professors gave me insight and understanding about an industry I knew nothing about before I came to UM. The knowledge and experience I gained were invaluable and made my transition into the 'real world' exciting rather than intimidating."

Dara Busch
Class of 1993
Executive Vice President, Managing Director
Rubenstein Public Relations (NYC)