Video footage can play a crucial part in cases such as the fatal beating of Tyre Nichols. Depending on how the evidence is presented, among other factors, jurors can perceive events in a video in different ways. CU expert Sandra Ristovska explains on The Conversation.
In 2022, the climate-action organization Mission Zero partnered with CMCI for the first time, donating $25,000 to further climate-focused work in the college. Faculty and students undertook seven grant projects, tackling climate issues through innovative storytelling.
Of all the troubles in the world, why should single-use shopping bags and straws concern you? Ask Associate Professor Phaedra C. Pezzullo, who spells out the chilling ramifications of plastic use in her new podcast and book.
In her new book, CMCI Professor Karen Ashcraft takes on gender, specifically masculinity, and its role in right-wing populism, culture wars, public health and more. Learn more about Wronged and Dangerous: Viral Masculinity and the Populist Pandemic in this Q&A with the author herself.
CMCI graduate students worked with the state in their quest to map and track environmental injustice in Colorado. Through digital storytelling, students highlighted communities’ environmental concerns as well as the histories of people living in those places.
During the racial reckoning that rose in 2020, Assistant Professor Danielle Hodge launched a new course, Race, Anti-Black Racism and Communication. Two years later, her work continues to bridge disciplines and change the lives of students.
Sean Winters, a lecturer in the Department of Critical Media Practices, is part of a team of developers creating a new virtual reality experience with a unique purpose: helping patients undergoing medical treatment.