Enzo in downtown Denver

When experience meets networking: Internship highlights from CMCI

Oct. 30, 2023

Senior strategic communication major Enzo Ewari has big ideas for the future. Now that he has an internship with Motive under his belt, he’s more confident in the advertising field and his place in it.

Steven Frost in front of a Pride flag he created that's on display in the CU Art Museum.

For professor and textile artist, real-world voices offer purls of wisdom

Oct. 26, 2023

Weaving is a fitting love of Steven Frost, whose work as an artist and professor is all about tying seemingly disparate things together.

Overhead photo of a group of students at orientation.

‘I feel like I truly belong at CU.’ Meet CMCI’s impressive Class of 2027

Oct. 2, 2023

This fall, CMCI welcomed the largest and most academically qualified class of students in its history.

A woman takes a conference call in her home office. Two computer screens are filled with the headshots of participants.

In building trust at work, is there room for Zoom?

Sept. 26, 2023

Zoom’s CEO said remote work limits trust and innovation, but CMCI experts said such tools can be effective—if applied correctly.

The aftermath of the Boulder floods of 2013. A damaged road is in the foreground as debris churns through the creek.

At the X-roads: Twitter’s ‘devolution’ may affect response to next major storm

Aug. 29, 2023

The 2013 flood in Boulder struck at a time when social media was beginning a major shift away from the altruism seen in previous disasters.

Fall colors on campus

‘A dream come true’: New faculty bring experience, enthusiasm to CMCI

Aug. 17, 2023

From thought leadership in high-tech fields to owning successful small businesses, CMCI’s newest professors are poised to create incredible impact.

Ashley Carter accepts her best paper award from a woman onstage at the conference.

Paper trail: With impressive research output, CMCI becoming ‘one of the best-represented programs’ at influential media conference

Aug. 16, 2023

CMCI earned seven Best Paper Awards at the 2023 AEJMC conference in the college’s continued strong showing at this influential event.

A stack of newspapers.

Is it Times for limits on A.I. and the news?

Aug. 14, 2023

A CMCI expert explains why The New York Times is preventing ChatGPT from scraping its site—at the same time The Associated Press signed a deal with OpenAI.

Mimesis Documentary Festival logo

Mimesis Documentary Festival returns to Boulder for its fourth year

Aug. 7, 2023

The Mimesis Documentary Festival, which is hosted by the College of Media, Communication and Information’s Center for Documentary and Ethnographic Media, invites the general public and CU Boulder community to attend screenings, workshops and more from Aug. 15 through 20.

Rick Stevens speaks at a conference table, surrounded by GI Joe and Transformers action figures.

Stand-up comics: At Fan Expo, exploring how superheroes reflect, inform cultural values

Aug. 1, 2023

CMCI’s unique media studies programs are challenging students to become critics of culture and “kind of as evangelists” for improving society.

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