University of Miami School of Communication welcomed three new professors this fall.
As a journalist, how do you engage readers and motivate them to become active in addressing the issues facing their community? Lindsay D. Grace, University of Miami School of Communication’s Visiting Knight Chair for fall 2017, is bringing rapid game development to the university to help journalists, designers, and developers understand how to integrate game design as an engagement strategy.
Randy Stano, professor of practice in the Department of Journalism and Media Management at University of Miami School of Communication, has added the Society for News Design’s 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award to his long list of accomplishments.
The University of Miami School of Communication’s Interactive Media Show will be held on May 4. Guests of the event will be able to explore and play with projects created by students including virtual reality installations, physical computing systems, and interactive video. The Interactive Media Show is a part of Canes Film Festival.
Andrew Hevia, co-producer of the Academy Award winning film, Moonlight, is giving a special talk at University of Miami School of Communication, April 21 at 10 a.m. in CIB 3053, Shoma Hall.
The talk titled From Medicine to Moonlight: How A Short Film and A DIY Festival Paved The Way To The Oscars, will be followed by a Q&A session. This event is open to the UM community.
Professors and students from University of Miami School of Communication are joining forces with digital media organizations, universities, and civil rights groups from all over the country to begin documenting the increase of hate speech, specifically on social media, following the 2016 presidential election.