Remote Resources for Current Students, Faculty and Staff:
In response to COVID-19, CU Boulder will conduct classes remotely throughout the duration of the spring 2020 semester. These resources will help you learn and work remotely, and stay informed about campus-level updates and operations.
Led by Director of Consumer Insights and CMCI alumna Camille Heinrich Ziccardi (Jour’06), a team at the advertising agency Karsh Hagan launched the hashtag #StayHomeColorado campaign earlier this week.
CMCI alumni Kate Fagan (Comm'03) and Phillip Lindsay (Comm'17) are the keynote speakers for this year's Inclusive Sports Summit on Feb. 26. The event will explore identity, privilege, inclusion and diversity within sports and recreation. This is free and open to the public.
The Daily Camera has combined the memorial funds for two longtime journalists, Wendy Kale (Comm'79) and Kevin Kaufman, into one scholarship that will help media students at the University of Colorado Boulder.
Leading up to next week's Diversity and Inclusion Summit, we sat down with keynote speaker Christopher Bell (PhDMediaSt’09), University of Colorado Colorado Springs professor and Pixar consultant. Catch his talk at 9 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 12, in the UMC Glenn Miller Ballroom.
On Friday, Nov. 8, we’ll look back to tradition and forward to the future of media, communication and information. Tour the Media Archaeology Lab and Immersive Media Lab during the day, or join us for our Homecoming Happy Hour! You must RSVP for the reception by 3 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 8.
CU Boulder and CMCI alumna Savannah Sellers is a correspondent for NBC News and MSNBC and co-host of Stay Tuned, NBC’s Generation Z news brand. She delivered the 2019 commencement speech earlier this month.
After chasing her dream throughout college, Lina Takahashi—who will graduate Summa Cum Laude and represent the College of Media, Communication and Information as CU Boulder’s Outstanding Graduate—is one step closer to the finish line.