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MSP Professor Honors Her Brother’s Legacy in an Art Exhibition

MSP Professor Honors Her Brother’s Legacy in an Art Exhibition

When Sharon Eisenhour inherited her brother’s art collection she knew his work need to be shared with others. David Meade Walker, who died in 2012, was an artist by hobby.“I thought, I can’t put it in my basement or attic, it needs to be seen and I want people to enjoy it,” she said. “I think he[read more]
Journalism Student’s Sports Dream Comes Full Circle

Journalism Student’s Sports Dream Comes Full Circle

At the age of 17, Tracy Yatsko hit her head while playing basketball and got a concussion that ended her career on the court.Ten years later, instead of playing in the game, Yatsko, junior, will have the opportunity to report from the sidelines, telling Temple’s story for the American Digital Ne[read more]
Political Marketing Expert Brings the Elections to the Classroom

Political Marketing Expert Brings the Elections to the Classroom

Political marketing expert Kristin Long spoke to an Introduction to Marketing Class on September 14.Long is the lead political consultant at Political Marketing + Media, a national consulting firm, and has worked with the John McCain presidential campaign in 2008.Political marketing is “not [read more]
From East Coast to West: Chronicles of an Aspiring TV Writer

From East Coast to West: Chronicles of an Aspiring TV Writer

My temporary apartment in L.A. overlooked UCLA’s campus. I would periodically look up from the movie script I was reading and saw the other apartments on campus; each equipped with a deck and the customary wet suit hanging over its railing to dry.The afternoon sun was shining bright and I was pe[read more]
The Temple News is a Finalist in a Society of Professional Journalists Award

The Temple News is a Finalist in a Society of Professional Journalists Award

The Temple News is one of five finalists for the Society of Professional Journalist’s Mark of Excellence award. The student-run newspaper was nominated in the online in-depth reporting category for the piece “Crime and Campus.” The article tackles the rumors, stigmas and concerns surrounding the cam[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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