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Mission for Change

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.

APRD students in Paris

APRD: A Nouveau Perspective

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.

Photo of Sophia

Finding the Right Fit

Years of preparation in classes, internships and student clubs helped CMCI alumna Sophia Bragaglia leap into one of the top advertising agencies in the world after graduation. Now, she’s applying the skills learned from majoring in strategic communication and economics in her new job as a data strategist.

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Red RovR, Red RovR...Send the Plan Book Over

What’s cooler than getting a good grade on an assignment? For Nicole Cattin (StratComm’20), it was a paid internship her senior year and the opportunity to see her work featured in stores.

 Rafaelo Infante (left) and Andre Gruber

More Than a Starter

Short for fermentation, the small-scale bakery, Ferment, is a start-up enterprise that Andre Gruber, an engineering major, and Rafaelo Infante, a strategic communication major, launched in the spring while most of the state was shut down.

Images by Megan Lange and Julia Muell  for their “Inspired World” campaign

Ad Students Deliver

When challenged to draw attention to a new website for the company Avery Dennison, which specializes in packaging and labeling design, sophomores Megan Lange and Julia Muell knew what to do: Handle with care.

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.

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.

Emma Kelly

Finding direction in D.C.

When Emma Kelly (StratComm'18) packed two suitcases and a box last January and took a flight to Washington, D.C., she expected to be there for only three months.

Richard Rocklin and Rebekah Sosa (MStratComm’18) take a selfie after Richard attended three consecutive workshops.

Generation exchange

When graduate student Matt Isola's family friend, Ted, received an iPad for his 90th birthday, Isola volunteered to show him how to use the tablet. The experience was a revelation for both.

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