Michelle Ellsworth dancing (photo by Satchel Spencer)
CU-Boulder Dancer, Artist Michelle Ellsworth Awarded Guggenheim Fellowship

April 12, 2016

CU-Boulder dance Professor Michelle Ellsworth is among a diverse group of 178 scholars, artists and scientists from the U.S. and Canada to be awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship this year. The awardees are appointed on the basis of prior achievement and exceptional promise, and were selected from a group of nearly...

Reporting Team Wins Nakkula Award for Police Reporting

April 11, 2016

The winners of the 2016 Al Nakkula Award for Police Reporting are Ken Armstrong of The Marshall Project and T. Christian Miller of ProPublica.

Pathways to Excellence Receives Commendation for Promoting Inclusive Excellence

April 1, 2016

The Pathways to Excellence in Media and Communication program has received honorable mention for its contributions to inclusive excellence at the University.

Ted Striphas
Striphas discusses “Robot Tastemakers” on Marketplace Podcast

March 30, 2016

Associate Professor of Communication Ted Striphas was recently featured on an episode of the National Public Radio/Marketplace podcast, Actuality . Striphas, who is writing a new book on the computer algorithms that increasingly help to curate our news, information and culture, discussed the presence of “robot tastemakers” in today’s world...

Michel Bauwens
Leading Thinker on Cooperative Economies to Speak at CU-Boulder

March 21, 2016

Michel Bauwens, an eminent Belgian peer-to-peer theorist, will speak at CU-Boulder on April 5 about the role of media platforms in the transition to cooperative economies. His talk will be live streamed.

Ernst Karel holds a workshop in sound ethnography for DCMP students and faculty in February 2016.
Photos: Ernst Karel and Helen Mirra Visit CU

March 15, 2016

Media artists Ernst Karel and Helen Mirra visited CU-Boulder to hold exhibitions and workshops in sound ethnography.

Career Fair
Photos: Students, Employers Attend Spring 2016 Career Fair

March 14, 2016

Students in the College of Media, Communication and Information had the opportunity to meet and talk with over 60 employers at CMCI’s spring career fair.

High-Speed camera workshop
Video: High-Speed Camera Workshop

March 11, 2016

Students learned to shoot and edit high-speed camera footage in a university-wide workshop on March 4.

Four CMCI classes available in Summer Session

March 8, 2016

Four classes—Functions of Communication; Community Dialogue; Coding for Communicators; History of Television News—will be offered by CMCI in summer session at CU-Boulder.

Students prepare for an interview for Taking the Lede.
CU Student Documentary wins Best of Competition at BEA

March 5, 2016

A 45-minute documentary produced students and faculty has received a Best of Competition Award in the Broadcast Education Association’s annual Festival of Media Arts competition.