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Ethnography: Not Just Another Qualitative Method

April 21, 2017

A faculty/graduate student workshop. Date: Friday, April 21, 2017Read more »
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CMCI’s MAPE Showcase gives students a chance to share thesis projects

April 20, 2017

The University of Colorado Boulder’s Department of Media Studies celebrated its first graduating class of Media and Public Engagement master’s students during the MAPE showcase on April 11. The event, held at Impact Hub Boulder, gave students a chance to present long-term projects focused on public engagement with fellow students,... Read more »
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Information Science students to present work at INFO Showcase

April 18, 2017

After a full semester of hard work, students from across all Information Science courses will present their projects and research at the annual Information Science Showcase . Students will display work on topics including: interaction design, information visualization, computational reasoning, ubiquitous computing and more. The event will be held on... Read more »
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NASA and CMCI team up for high speed camera workshop

April 12, 2017

The College of Media, Communication and Information and NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) are sponsoring a high speed camera workshop for students interested in learning the basics of high speed camera photography and post-production workflow. With application potential in the areas of art, research, filmmaking, military, engineering and broadcasting --... Read more »
CMCI students and staff participate in Hispanicize 2017
CMCI students and staff participate in Hispanicize 2017

April 7, 2017

The National Association of Hispanic Journalists is holding its eighth annual Hispanicize Conference this week in Miami. Several CMCI students, staff members and alumni are present at the event, which gathers and celebrates Latino professionals in media-focused fields.Read more »
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MAPE students prepare for annual showcase

April 6, 2017

Students in the Media and Public Engagement MA program are set to display their semester-long projects this Tuesday, April 11 at the Media and Public Engagement Showcase . With its first graduating class, the MAPE program, part of the Media Studies Department , will offer the public a chance to... Read more »
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Minneapolis Reporting Team Wins Nakkula Award for Police Reporting

March 30, 2017

The winner of the 2017 Al Nakkula Award for Police Reporting is an investigative team at the Star Tribune in Minneapolis. Reporters Jennifer Bjorhus and Kelly Smith will accept the award on behalf of the team at the Denver Press Club's 23nd Annual Damon Runyon Award dinner, to be held Friday, March 31, at the Denver Athletic Club.Read more »
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Reporting in the Age of Alternative Facts: a free one day conference

March 30, 2017

The University of Colorado Boulder will bring together journalists, media scholars, lawyers, archivists, photographers and filmmakers for a one-day conference on Saturday, April 15. The conference, which is free and open to the public, will feature sessions from 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. in the Eaton Humanities building.Read more »
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Shared Studios portal project comes to CU Boulder

March 23, 2017

From April 3 to May 9, the College of Media, Communication and Information and BoulderTalks will host an installation of the Shared Studios portal project, a work that allows people all over the world to host live chats inside shipping containers placed in various countries. CU Boulder will be the site of one of these Portals, where the public can sign up to video chat with other portals hosted in places like Afghanistan, Honduras, Iraq, Mexico and more.Read more »
Graduate students gathered with peers, staff and faculty members Friday to share research projects during the graduate research and creative practice fair in Norlin Library.
Graduate student and faculty present at the spring research and creative practice fair

March 14, 2017

Graduate students gathered with peers, staff and faculty members Friday to share research projects during the graduate research and creative practice fair in Norlin Library. About 20 displays showed research on topics ranging from media literacy to witchcraft and American civil religion. "It's something I've been working on for a... Read more »

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