CMCI students took Europe by storm this summer during the 2022 Global Seminar: International Strategic Communication Program. The monthlong tour through European cities exposed students to new ideas and best practices in the field of strategic communication.
Recent graduate Bryan Chi Hun Lai wanted to explore the relationship between space and sound, all while inspiring others to do the same. In a spring art exhibition, Chi Hun took attendees on a meditative, extended reality experience to a goldfish pond.
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.
Information science student Max Gannett spent the summer working as an intern in Washington, D.C., with Rep. Joe Neguse and Sen. John Hickenlooper. With research and data skills at the ready, Gannett dove into national policy and can’t wait for more.
Media production student Jay Hager has two specific interests: filmmaking and climate change. For his media production senior capstone course, he combined them in his short documentary film, Combustion.
Two CMCI undergraduate seniors, Lauren Irwin and Alec Levy-O'Brien, have earned top recognitions in the 2021–22 Hearst Journalism Awards, a national competition in which students submit their work to be judged by journalism professionals.
Personal brands are about building reputation, so how do you build yours online? Parisa Tashakori, a CMCI advertising, public relations and media design instructor, guides students through the process.
Meet Denver's Most Remarkable Woman, CMCI student Angel Mollel. After moving from a male-dominated village in Tanzania to the U.S. in 2012, Mollel launched the foundation 1 Love to improve the livelihood of Maasai people and empower women and girls to pursue their dreams. Now a sophomore studying media production, she uses visual storytelling to share her mission and culture.