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Advertising Students Win Merit Award in International Advertising Competition

Advertising Students Win Merit Award in International Advertising Competition

Rising seniors in Temple’s advertising department recently mixed two very different iconic forms of play—the Olympic Games and Lego pieces—to create an award-winning campaign.Justin Mosley and Grant Woodworth, both on the art direction track, hand-crafted and personally photographed four posters[read more]
SMC-Based Media Outlet to Expand to Other Cities

SMC-Based Media Outlet to Expand to Other Cities

Billy Penn, a digital news website run by SMC professors Jim Brady and Chris Krewson, will expand to other cities beyond Philadelphia by the end of the summer.Krewson said they narrowed the choice to Pittsburgh, Baltimore, or Chicago.Brady, founder and CEO of Spirited Media, a company that o[read more]
Three SMC Students Participate in Dow Jones News Fund Program

Three SMC Students Participate in Dow Jones News Fund Program

13 students sit in a room in Presser Hall, learning countries and their capitals, memorizing The Associated Press stylebook and expanding their general knowledge. The students, led by SMC professor Edward Trayes, have been there since 8:30 a.m. and will not leave until the evening. They are particip[read more]
SMC Alumus Malcolm Kenyatta to Represent the 2nd District in the Democratic National Convention

SMC Alumus Malcolm Kenyatta to Represent the 2nd District in the Democratic National Convention

SMC alumus Malcolm Kenyatta wants to change the way people view North Philadelphia. Kenyatta, a North Philadelphia native, graduated from Temple with a Strategic Communication degree in 2012 and is now a community advocate.Kenyatta will represent the 2nd Congressional District at the Democratic [read more]
‘The Man Who Knew the Score and More’

‘The Man Who Knew the Score and More’

The late Harvey Pollack, 1943 graduate and legendary statistician, was honored in a ceremony held by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission and the National Basketball Association Thursday at the Wells Fargo Center. Pollack was the last living person working for the NBA during its inaugur[read more]

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Accolades

Accolades

Dr. Adrienne Shaw publishes a book chapter in "Social, Casual and Mobile Games: The Changing Gaming Landscape"

Dr. Adrienne Shaw, from the Department of Media Studies and Production, has published a book chapter[read more]

Jason Del Gandio presents poster at annual Imagining America conference

Faculty member Jason Del Gandio, assistant professor of instruction in the Department of Strategic C[read more]

SMC to Host Lew Klein Alumni in the Media Awards Ceremony

The School of Media and Communication will host the Lew Klein Alumni in the Media Awards at Mitt[read more]

Scott Gratson to Receive the 2015-2016 Stauffer Faculty Award

Scott Gratson and Edith Windsor at the 2014 event cele[read more]

Alpha Beta Upsilon to Receive Rookie Chapter of the Year Award

Alpha Beta Upsilon President Nichelle Brunner (third f[read more]

Temple’s League for Entrepreneurial Women to Induct Journalism Alumna Danielle Cohn into Its Women Hall of Fame

Temple journalism alumna Danielle Cohn will be inducted to Temple’s Women Hall of Fame by the League[read more]

Dr. Adrienne Shaw’s Team Wins Gold Medal at 2015 Serious Play Awards

Photo credit: Justin Dowdall, Communication Studies, '[read more]

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