Amplifying Many Voices#MC_AMPLIFY Monday, March 25, 2019First Amendment Free Food Festival11 am – 1 pmDunham Hall Theatre Patio (or Lobby if it rains)Cosponsors: SIUE Mass Communications, The Alestle, St. Louis Professional Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, & College Media Association Panel: What We Wish We Knew Before We Graduated12 – 1:15 pmMUC Maple-Dogwood … More 2019 Mass Comm Week Program
You are invited to a screening of The Man Who Saw Too Much, a film about fragility; about a man obsessed with photographing the accident who discovered that the fate of others was his way of connecting to life. What is it about these photographs? When the image of the accident becomes the object of desire? Through the footsteps of … More Join us for a film screening tonight!
The Mass Comm Department awards various scholarships each year. Some scholarships are small scholarships while other could pay tuition for a couple of semesters. Check out available scholarships at the SIUE Mass Com department web site. You will need to choose a Mass Comm scholarship from the list linked below. The most prestigious scholarships include … More Scholarship Application Time
Holding a B.S. in Mass Communications, from SIUE, and M.A. Media Communications, from Webster University. Schron Jackson is a Public Information Manager, for the Metropolitan Police Department, City of St. Louis, MO. She will be here on campus Thursday March 29th from 3-5pm speaking to our community about using social media to communicate with stakeholders. … More SIUE’s Alumni, Schron Jackson: Now Member of St. Louis Police Department
Chris Kilcullen, the VP, Digital Director of H&L Partners which is a full-service advertising agency located in the Central West End neighborhood of St. Louis, will be visiting SIUE’s Campus March 28th. The Mass Communication department is excited to have the Digital Director of H&L Partners, the agency of record for McDonald’s, Missouri Division of … More The Greater St. Louis Advertising Club Director, Chris Kilcullen
The Mass Communication Department believes in the idea of providing service and giving back. We will be collecting donations for the Metro East Humane Society on March 22nd 2018 from 11am -3pm, to kick off our week of events. Other collection times include March 28th from 11am-3pm and March 29th from 2:30pm until 5:30pm. We … More Metro East Humane Society Donations!!!
You don’t want to miss an eventful week of “Swiping Right on Media Convergence”! Very much anticipated the Mass Comm Department has been working non-stop to provide some very resourceful and insightful events throughout the week of March 26th -30th. Please Check out, Save, & Share this flyer, which provides the times and locations of … More Mass Comm Week 2k18 is Arriving Soon!!!
Meet Ms. Daphne Valerius, an ideal leader for all women, but also a phenomenal inspiration for women of color. Embracing and redefining roles such as a, producer, journalist, speaker, and entrepreneur, Ms. Valerius has generated a plethora of success, on a fruitful journey along the landscapes of media images, operating either in front of or … More An Exceptional Speaker Joins Mass Comm. Week!!! Daphne Valerius
This upcoming Friday, February 16, 2018, join us in Peck Hall Room 3415, as our esteemed Mass Comm professor, Dr. Ashton Speno, uncovers more about women in the media. Her presentation begins at 10:00 am, as she will discuss topics such as Sexualization, Adultification and Youthification, in specific mediums throughout society.
The Mass Comm Department is proud to have our Mass Com senior Marissa Williams chairing this year’s Black History Month. This year’s theme is “A Different World.” She aims at making the entire community understand that this month is “the month we celebrate the American heritage.” Here is a video in which she speaks of … More Black History Month: Mass Comm Marissa William Leads the Campus