Each summer, SMC students have the opportunity to study away in New York City in an immersive program that exposes them culture, community, and career opportunities the city has to offer.
FCC Commissioner Mignon Clyburn, spoke to SMC students about diversity on the airwaves, fair competition, and the role of communication technologies in society.
Strategic Communication junior Ibrahim Vicks was named an Estee Lauder Point Scholar by the Point Foundation, the largest scholarship foundation for LGBTQ students. Vicks is one of 36 students nationwide who received the scholarship.
Thirty-one advertising students from the School of Media and Communication attended The One Club’s Here Are All the Black People multicultural career fair on Sept. 29 in New York City.
Ethnic and Alternative News Media, taught by SMC professor Sherry Yu, hosted award-winning Philadelphia-based journalist, Bobbi Booker, for a discussion on race and the media on October 13. Booker talked to students about her experiences, her career and how she became a journalist.
PhiladelphiaNeighborhoods.com won an Editor & Publisher EPPY Award for the Best College/University Newspaper Website, competing with eight other publications including The Temple News and Temple’s Study Away South Africa program. For the fourth year in a row, student-journalists from The Temple News, PhiladelphiaNeighborhoods.com and SMC Study Away program in South Africa have been named finalists for the award.
The energy radiating from Rebecca Winkler, SMC ’02, gives you an idea about how much she can handle in her everyday schedule. Outside of her hectic workdays, this former RA can be found volunteering with the elderly, supporting Temple sports and events, and still manages to find time to run along Kelly Drive in the […]
Mike Missanelli, radio personality for ESPN affiliate radio station WPEN, will be the keynote speaker at this year’s Temple University’s 4th Annual Sports Journalism Summit on Wednesday, November 11 from 8:30 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Howard Gittis Student Center.
Danielle Cohn, was inducted into Temple’s Women Hall of Fame at the 16th Annual League for Entrepreneurial Women’s Conference on October 20.
The Department of Strategic Communication hosted Dr. Claes de Vreese, a leading European communication scholar, on Tuesday, Oct. 27. De Vreese held a guest lecture entitled Crisis on the Continent: The Impact of Media and Context on the Changing Nature of Public Opinion Towards the European Union.