IMA student Katie Doyle received a graduate student travel award from the Dean of Arts & Sciences for the JDRF Type One Summit in Brisbane, Australia. She led a teen session called Spotlight on Storytelling and collaborated with event organizers and undergrad students from Queensland University of Technology. Teens with diabetes and their siblings worked on each aspect of live production culminating in a 2 minute video, which premiered at a virtual screening Nov. 22.
Fake News, Real Consequences
Dec. 4th | 4PM | RSVP Here
Prof. Sissel McCarthy will be giving a keynote speech to empower students to become more educated and responsible news consumers. The event is hosted by Hunter College NYPIRG.
Please join us to learn about our TV and Documentary Media Concentration.
Fri, Dec. 18th | 1:00-2:15PM
No need to RSVP.
30 minutes – Overview of the curriculum
15 minutes – Q&A regarding curriculum
20 minutes – TV and Documentary students will screen clips for their TV and documentary class projects followed by Q&A
Hosted by: Prof. Tami Gold (firstname.lastname@example.org) and Peter Jackson (Digital Media CLT)