The College of Media, Communication and Information was established in 2015. The CMCI alumni community includes you, your classmates and all graduates of the Department of Communication and the former School of Journalism and Mass Communication.

Attention alumni: Have news you'd like to share? Read updates and share yours:

After graduating from CMCI, Kimberly Coffin (CritMed, StratComm’18) found a way to stick around. She joined the college staff in 2019 as CMCI’s video and multimedia coordinator, and loves capturing the stories of students, faculty, alumni and friends. Kimberly specializes in video production and photography, and has previously worked for clients including Modern Market, Buck Ross Productions, HGTV’s Tiny Paradise and the University of Colorado Law School.

Posted Jun. 3, 2019

Kelsey Simpkins (MJour) is the digital and engagement editor at Antropocene magazine and at the Future Earth, a research initiative on global environmental change and sustainability. 

Posted Nov. 15, 2018

Nick Mott (MJour) is a reporter at Montana Public Radion and a producer for Threshold, a podcast founded by former Center of Environmental Journalism fellow Amy Martin that tackles environmental issues. Nick's reporting has been featured by news outlets including The Washington Post and NPR's Morning Edition

Posted Nov. 15, 2018

Chase Gregor (InfoSci, Anthro) is an analyst in DaVita's compliance department where he assists in the maintenance and accuracy of Davita's kidney dialysis payment and performance data. 

Posted Nov. 15, 2018

Tessa Diestel (Jour’18) spent the summer reporting on the climate of hate in America as a Carnegie-Knight News21 Fellow. In addition to contributing reporting for stories on the News21 Hate in America website, Tessa was a producer for the documentary American Hate. She shared her experiences with CMCI through updates, stories, photos and more as she reported from multiple cities in four states.

Posted Nov. 15, 2018

Rhodes Scholar Serene Singh (Jour, PolSci) was crowned the 2020–21 National All-American Miss, winning the world’s largest pageant.

Posted Oct. 20, 2021

Rhodes Scholar Serene Singh (Jour, PolSci) was crowned the 2020–21 National All-American Miss, winning the world’s largest pageant.

Posted Mar. 4, 2021

Corinne Baud (StratComm'19) is an account coordinator at Malen Yantis Public Relations.

Posted Oct. 16, 2020

Moe Clark (MJour'19) covered state politics for The Colorado Sun, a journalist-owned online news source, for the 2020 legislative session. She now works for the newly launched online outlet Colorado Newsline covering criminal justice and housing issues.

Posted Oct. 16, 2020

Allison MacIntosh (StratComm'19) moved back to Chicago where she is a copywriter at FCB and is having fun writing for health and beauty brands.

Posted Oct. 16, 2020

After a postgraduation internship, Lina Takahashi (Jour'19) joined the Olympic Games event management team at NBC Sports, where she is working on all of the logistical details for the NBC Olympics operations. She will also support the team in Tokyo during the 2021 Summer Olympics.

Posted Oct. 16, 2020

Niki Tulk (PhDIntermedia, PhDThtr'19) is an assistant professor of theater in the Performing Arts Division at Alfred University in Alfred, New York.

Posted Oct. 16, 2020

Ryan Wurst (PhDIntermedia'19) is a professor of digital art at Florida SouthWestern State College in Fort Myers.

Posted Oct. 16, 2020

After interning at NBC Sports following graduation, Lina Takahashi (Jour'19) joined the Olympic Games event management team at NBC Sports, where she is working on all of the logistical details for the NBC Olympics operations. She will also support the team in Tokyo during the 2021 Summer Olympics.

Posted Aug. 5, 2020

Allison MacIntosh (StratComm’19) moved back to Chicago, where she is a copywriter at the marketing agency FCB and is having fun writing for health and beauty brands.

Posted Aug. 5, 2020

Caroline Kenney (Comm) began work as an inside sales representative with the Los Angeles Dodgers in June, where she is responsible for generating sales revenue and creating once-in-a-lifetime experience for fans. 

Posted Nov. 14, 2019

Morgan Walton (StratComm) began working in October 2021 as a junior designer at Union, an independent creative and performance marketing agency in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Posted Oct. 20, 2021

Megan Nyvold (Jour) moved to Miami following graduation. She works as a brandmaster and oversees social media operations at Biscayne Bay Brewing Co. Before that, her broad background and excellent communication skills allowed her to gain experience working for an advertising agency, as well as both private and Fortune 500 companies. She has extensive experience with video-sharing social networking, content creation and online communications.

Posted Oct. 20, 2021

Hannah Metzger (Jour) is working as a breaking news reporter for The Denver Gazette.

Posted Oct. 20, 2021

Megan Nyvold (Jour'20) moved to Miami following graduation. She works as a brandmaster and oversees social media operations at Biscayne Bay Brewing Company. Her broad background and excellent communication skills allowed her to gain experience working for an advertising agency, as well as both private and Fortune 500 companies, previous to her current role. She has extensive experience with video-sharing social networking, content creation and online communications.

Posted May. 11, 2021

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