New Grad Programs
Beginning in Fall 2015, the new Media School will be offering integrated graduate programs (M.A., M.S., Ph.D.) that bring together the existing Telecommunications, Journalism, and film and media related Communication and Culture programs. These programs are currently under development and will be posted soon after they are finalized. Students interested in Journalism, film and media related Communication and Culture, and Telecommunications offerings should apply through the Telecommunications website. If you have questions please contact Telecommunications grad director (firstname.lastname@example.org), who will direct you to the relevant people in Journalism and film and media related sides of Communication and Culture.
Bryant Paul served as co-producer for the documentary Hot GIrls Wanted. The documentary is a first-ever look at the realities of the professional “amateur” porn world and premieres at Sundance in January.
Congratulations to Jo Throckmorton who was recently inducted into the Director’s Guild of America (DGA) and who's short film, “Sports Matter,” was nominated by the DGA in the Outstanding Directorial Achievement category.
Robby Benson's film Straight outta Tompkins opens in NYC and LA on March 6th. Robby Benson served as Executive Producer for the film, written, directed and starring Zephyr Benson.
Media School News
The Poynter Center’s Meaning and Media Seminar has announced its Fellows, which include five faculty and three doctoral students from The Media School.
Faculty Fellows are associate professor Terri Francis, professor of practice Kelley Benham French, professor of practice Tom French, associate professor Bryant Paul, associate professor Rob Potter and professor Steve Raymer.
Doctoral student Fellows are Zachary Vaughn, Roshni Verghese and doctoral student YanYan Zhou. -more