Cover: Fagan (Comm’03) currently works for espnW, and ESPN The Magazine.

Class Notes


Basketball court

Kate Fagan's three pointers

The communication alumna on life, writing and social media.

Introducing CMCI Now

Lori Bergen

Letter from the dean: Summer 2017

This marks the first issue of our magazine CMCI Now, and I’m excited to share news from our students, faculty and centers. CMCI Now will be delivered four times a year electronically, with a fall print edition delivered by mail as well.


Justin George

The front lines of crime

When Baltimore was in the national spotlight in spring 2015, so was alumnus Justin George (Jour'99).

The 2014-14 fellows pose for a selfie

Center for Environmental Journalism turns 25, celebrates 100 former fellows

This month, the center celebrates its 25th anniversary, as well as the 20th anniversary of the Ted Scripps Environmental Journalism Fellowship.


Trending map

Trending: Summer 2017

CMCI faculty take on buzzworthy issues.

Beyond the Classroom

One Show

Advertising students celebrate victory in New York

This year, a group of 14 advertising students continued a long history of success at the One Show, bringing home silver and bronze pencils, as well as three merit awards.

Nike logo

Interning with an industry giant

With the title of global integrated media intern, senior Morgan Reno works with Nike’s media team as part of the larger advertising department.

Adam teaching

'Make not your thoughts your prisons'

PhD student Adam Lauver (Comm) volunteered to teach prison inmates in Denver to make a difference in their lives. To his surprise, the experience profoundly changed his view of himself as a teacher.

Support CMCI

Student uses a virtual reality headset and handsets.

Hearst Foundation awards CMCI $125,000 for technology enhancements

“We’re creating an environment in which students work with state-of-the-art equipment and software from the day they arrive until the day they graduate," said Dean Bergen.

Faculty Now