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Investigation into deaths of mentally ill prisoners wins 2019 Al Nakkula Award for police reporting

Feb. 13, 2019

A series illuminating the deaths of mentally ill people in jails throughout the country—often under horrific and preventable circumstances—is the winner of the 2019 Al Nakkula Award for police reporting.

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Get ready for graduation

Feb. 5, 2019

The CMCI recognition ceremony at the CU Event Center will take place the day after CU's graduation ceremony at Folsom Field. Learn more and register now to walk.

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Apply now for a Ted Scripps Fellowship

Feb. 4, 2019

Each year, five exceptional journalists are awarded a Ted Scripps Fellowship in Environmental Journalism. Over a nine-month period, fellows attend classes at the University of Colorado Boulder, participate in weekly seminars and field trips, and pursue their own journalistic projects on a wide range of environmental topics. Former fellows have...

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CMCI Now: Symbiosis

Feb. 3, 2019

After winning CU Boulder Grand Challenge funding, the co-founders of the new Nature, Environment, Science and Technology Studio for the Arts harness the symbiosis of artistic and scientific thinking.

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CU's Plati honored with FWAA Lifetime Achievement Award

Jan. 22, 2019

Colorado Sports Information Director David Plati (PR'82) has worked for six athletic directors, nine head football coaches and seven men's basketball coaches. He has overseen national championship seasons in four sports. Now, a man who has spent a career helping others earn recognition is finding himself in the spotlight.

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CMCI Now: Willis-in-residence

Jan. 17, 2019

Assistant Professor Erin Willis is faculty in residence for CMCI’s Communication and Society Residential Academic Program, known as CommRAP, which is based in Buckingham. The unique position allows her to connect with students outside of the classroom or office hours.

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Announcing the CMCI Dean's List for fall 2018

Jan. 15, 2019

Congratulations to all honorees.

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CMCI Now: Your attention, please

Jan. 5, 2019

Fifty years after their seminal study on coverage of the 1968 presidential election, the founding fathers of agenda-setting research and CMCI’s Chris Vargo discuss how the media continue to shape what we think about.

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CMCI Now: Then and Now

Dec. 31, 2018

Two students, decades apart, show how technology continues to evolve the way images come to light.

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CMCI Now: Divine intersection

Dec. 28, 2018

Scholars at the Center for Media, Religion and Culture look back through the decades to examine how media, religion and culture converge, from a 1956 box office record breaker to a confession app.

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