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CMCI Now: #SimulateThis

Feb. 2, 2021

It’s unlikely that any level of planning could have prepared organizations for COVID-19 and the other crises 2020 unleashed. But whether it’s a global pandemic, an economic crisis or a wildfire, practicing how to navigate group communication and decision making can help prepare for future crises, says Associate Professor Matt Koschmann.

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CU recognizes 7 individuals with 2020 Regent Awards

Jan. 22, 2021

Rio de la Vista (Jour'84) has been recognized by CU's Board of Regents as the 2020 Distinguished Service Award recipient.

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Announcing the Fall 2020 Dean's List

Jan. 20, 2021

Congratulations to all honorees.

Steve Jones

CMCI Now: Then and Now (Fall 2020)

Dec. 22, 2020

Journalism Instructor and Assistant Dean for Student Success Steve Jones started his career at CU in 1976. Credited by alumni for setting “countless careers in motion,” teaching “with an open heart and open door,” and having “the greatest sly sense of humor and the best tie collection,” Jones will retire this December after 44 years.

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Communication: Highlights from Fall 2020

Dec. 22, 2020

There can hardly be a more important time to be in college—and to be a Communication major.

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Class of 2020: Madeleine Bendalin

Dec. 14, 2020

As a CMCI Student Ambassador, senior Madeleine Bendalin loved showing prospective Buffs around campus and serving as a resource for them. She also enjoyed giving joint tours with the friends, who she made recite facts about campus. In the future, Bendalin would love to recite more facts in her dream job as a White House Press Secretary. With a major in Strategic Communication and minors in Media Studies and Jewish Studies, Bendalin is CMCI's December 2020 William W. White Outstanding Graduate, awarded to the student with the highest GPA in the college.

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CMCI Now: Rerooted: An Artist’s Journey

Dec. 3, 2020

While preparing her master’s thesis, Autumn Tyler (MMediaSt’20) traveled 4,395 miles and took over a thousand photographs of Black LGBTQ+ artists for an exhibit called Roots. Self. Gaze. Now earning her PhD in media studies, Tyler writes that the experience taught her that, in order to move forward and grow, sometimes you must return to your roots.

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Coloradan: Beyond a Moment, a Movement

Nov. 20, 2020

CU Buffs share experience with racial injustice on campus and illuminate paths toward anti-racism.

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CMCI Now: Fall 2020

Nov. 19, 2020

Read the latest issue of our award-winning magazine.

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Campus Master Plan kicks off with interactive mapping exercise

Nov. 18, 2020

CU Boulder is launching its 2021 Campus Master Plan initiative and is seeking input from students, faculty and staff via an interactive mapping exercise that will help shape the 10-year effort.

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