5 years of CMCI

Summer 2020: Letter from Dean Bergen

Dear Reader, I hope that during these trying times, this email finds you well. As we prepare for the fall semester, I wanted to share some updates about our campus, as well as a few stories about the outstanding creative work and research our CMCI community continues to produce. Many...

Pat Clark filming

#TunedIn: 10 things worth checking out Now

A curated list of articles by, and featuring, CMCI researchers for your reading, watching and listening pleasure. Dig in!

5 years of CMCI

Celebrating Five Years of CMCI

Aug. 10, 2020

Time doesn’t stand still. Neither should education.

Angie Chuang

Faculty Now: Fall 2019

Dec. 13, 2019

Updates from our all-star professors, researchers and innovators.

Rick Reilly in SI

Class Notes: Fall 2019

Featuring a special note from longtime Sports Illustrated columnist Rick Reilly (Jour'81).

Photo by Marshall McKinley for the “Otterbox X Target” campaign

Courting Success

For Marshall McKinley (StratComm'19), photographing a campaign for Otterbox was a formative opportunity to turn his passion into professional work.

Tessa

Class notes: Fall 2018

Updates on our exceptional alumni, from the 1946 grad who wrote one of journalism’s most seminal textbooks, to the 2018 grad who is CMCI’s first-ever Department of Information Science alum.

Students pose for a selfie after attending a theatre outing with Willis.

Willis-in-residence

Assistant Professor Erin Willis is faculty in residence for CMCI’s Communication and Society Residential Academic Program, known as CommRAP, which is based in Buckingham. The unique position allows her to connect with students outside of the classroom or office hours.

Barrett Batson

On the job: Fall 2018

Students discuss their summer internships doing public relations for designer Kendra Scott; producing Denver’s top 6 p.m. newscast, Next with Kyle Clark, at 9News; and digging through data at the technology company Xilinx.

Vintage political pins

Your attention, please

Fifty years after their seminal study on coverage of the 1968 presidential election, the founding fathers of agenda-setting research and CMCI’s Chris Vargo discuss how the media continue to shape what we think about.

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