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Communication Studies News

News, events and happenings from the Randolph College Communication Studies department.

Filmmaker to speak in Driver Lecture Thursday
Independent filmmaker Joshua Zeman will speak in Nichols Theatre at 7 p.m. Thursday. His lecture is part of the Sara Driver’ 77 Digital Filmmaking and Lecture Series.
Chad Beck Presents Research at Global Media Conference
Mexican Television Sales, Ratings System, and Citizenship
Journalist Josh Levs to speak at Randolph
As a reporter for National Public Radio and CNN, Josh Levs has built a reputation for solid, social-media savvy reporting. He will speak to students and the public on Thursday, Sept. 19.
Students enjoy Amazement Square internship
Mai Dam ’15 and Alyssa DeNisco ’14 helped the Lynchburg children's museum plan and market events.
BeetleJuice cinematographer Shares Insight with Randolph Students
Local coverage of Randolph's Driver Lecture Series
Cinematographer Tom Ackerman to deliver Sara Driver ’77 Filmmaking Lecture
The annual film festival will screen several of Ackerman's works leading up to his Sunday lecture.
Candy Crowley '70 to Moderate the Presidential Debate Tuesday
R-MWC alumna's role creating a buzz in local and national media
Randolph College Rhetoric Course in the News
Discussion in Jennifer Gauthier's course about the presidential debate is featured on WSET
TV station internship opens door for Randolph student.
A summer internship has turned into a full-time job for Ryan Blackwell ’13.
Driver Film Festival Featured in News & Advance
Upcoming festival features women filmmakers
Driver Film Festival Features Prominent Female Filmmakers
Tracey Deer and Robin Honan will discuss and screen their works March 17-18.
Communication Studies Students Present Scholarship at Conference
Two students win research awards for their presentations
Chad Beck Presents Paper on Mexican News and Citizenship
Students, Faculty Present Research at MARCUS Conference
Summer research participants share results of their collaborative projects.
Randolph Professor Awarded Her Second Fulbright
Jennifer Gauthier to spend fall semester as Research Chair in North American Society and Culture at Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec
Jennifer Gauthier awarded Fulbright Research Grant
Communication studies professor will conduct research this fall at Concordia University in Montreal, Canada.
Bridges Not Walls
Randolph's Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP) aims to enhance cultural understanding.
Communication Students Present Research, Win at Regional Conference
Caroline English and Aster Thomas, take first and third places respectively.
Jennifer Gauthier publishes essay on Native American/indigenous film
Work to appear in Post Script: Essays in Film and the Humanities
Communication Studies Professor and Student Present Research at Regional Conference

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