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CU Boulder CMCI scholars take top awards and present research at AEJMC 2021

July 21, 2021

CU Boulder CMCI students and faculty from four departments will represent 16 divisions and interest groups during this year’s Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication conference, to be held virtually from Aug. 4 through 7.

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CMCI Now: #TunedIn

June 7, 2021

A curated list of CMCI research and creative work for your reading, watching and listening pleasure from this past spring. Dig in!

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CMCI Now: Spring 2021

May 24, 2021

Read our latest digital issue, full of fresh-picked stories to read, watch and explore!⁠

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Celebrating Graduate Student Appreciation Week

April 7, 2021

Happy Graduate Student Appreciation Week from CMCI and CU Boulder!

Morgan Klaus Scheuerman, an Information Science PhD student, has been awarded the Microsoft Research Fellowship for 2021. He studies how and why facial recognition technologies get it wrong.  Credit: Casey Cass/CU Boulder

How computers see us: Microsoft Fellow working to curb discrimination by AI

Feb. 16, 2021

Morgan Klaus Scheuerman, an Information Science PhD student, has been awarded the Microsoft Research Fellowship for 2021. He studies how and why facial recognition technologies get it wrong.

IAWP Faculty and Student News: Feb. 2021

Feb. 2, 2021

News from IAWP's faculty, affiliated faculty and graduate students.

DCMP News: Jan. 2021

Jan. 27, 2021

Updates from DCMP faculty, graduate students and lecturers

DCMP Grant Update: Jan. 2021

Jan. 27, 2021

Congrats to ETMAP PhD candidate Kevin Sweet!

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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.

Autumn Tyler presenting her work. Photo by Glenn Asakawa (Jour’86)

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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