Fourteen University of Colorado Boulder students had a wildly successful evening Tuesday in New York City, winning six awards in a top international advertising contest, the most collected by any public U.S. university at the event.
This weekend at the Society of Professional Journalists Region 9 Conference, the CU Independent received five awards. Four of them were top honors and will also compete for the national award in their respective categories, which will be announced in May. 2015 SPJ Mark of Excellence Region 9 Awards Here...
The winner of the 2015 Al Nakkula Award for Police Reporting is Brad Heath, a reporter with USA Today. Join him at a public fireside chat on Thursday at 7pm. He will also be honored as part of the Denver Press Club’s 21st Annual Damon Runyon Award Banquet, to be held Friday, April 24, at the Denver Marriott City Center. To purchase Runyon tickets, visit www.blacktie-colorado.com and go to April 24.
University of Colorado Boulder Provost Russell L. Moore today announced the appointment of Lori Bergen as dean of the new of College of Media, Communication and Information. Bergen will begin her duties as dean on July 20, 2015.
University of Colorado Boulder Provost Russell L. Moore today announced the five finalists selected for the position of dean of the College of Media, Communication and Information: Lori Bergen, Thomas Finholt, Eric Freedman, Caroline Haythornthwaite and Jonathan Potter.
Ellsworth, a faculty member for both the Department of Critical Media Practices and the Intermedia Art, Writing and Performance graduate program, has been featured in the New York Times for her performance "Preparation for the Obsolescence of the Y Chromosome". She is also an associate professor and co-director of dance in the Department of Theatre & Dance.
Advertising students took over the Armory building to prepare for the Dairy Show, which shows off students' semester-long mock campaign projects. View a gallery of our favorite photos from preparation and the awards ceremony.
Parents are more reactive than proactive when providing political influence and opportunities for their children, according to a study led by the University of Colorado Boulder. The study, published in the journal Social Science Quarterly, found that political engagement independently pursued by youth spurs parents to realize that childrearing extends to the civic realm. It also is the first study to show intentional political parenting as an outcome of family interaction rather than a stimulus.
University of Colorado Boulder Provost Russell Moore today announced the formation of a search committee to lead a national search for the founding dean of the new College of Media, Communication and Information. The University of Colorado Board of Regents approved the new college in June and approved degree programs...