Kristofer Klette, a 2012 graduate of SIUE, has recently accepted a position to work as a Assistant Research Analyst at FleishmanHillard. Klette previously worked as a graduate assistant for the company. FleishmanHillard is a St. Louis-based marketing and public relations agency. After earning a degree in Mass Communications — Advertising at SIUE, Klette went on to … More SIUE Grad accepts new position
Tristan Denyer, a 2008 graduate of SIUE’s school of Mass Communications, has released a new practical handbook on WordPress. The book serves as a guide for WordPress users from avoiding common mistakes when purchasing, selecting and using different WordPress themes. The book is available on Amazon for $24.99 or less. A native of Valencia, … More SIUE grad publishes WordPress book
SIUE alum Holly Meyer, a religion reporter for Post-Crescent Media (Wisc.), won first place in the Cassels Religion Reporter of the Year contest. The award was announced at the 2014 Religion Newswriters Association Banquet. During her time at SIUE, Meyer worked as Managing Editor, Online Editor and reporter for the Alestle. Post-Crescent Media is a … More Former SIUE student earns national journalism award
SIUE journalism professor Mark Poepsel shows graduate student Ololade Mustam how to use the Google Glass device Sept. 16 at the Morris University Center. Poepsel is currently researching ways Google Glass can be used for journalism-related purposes. Google Glass is a wearable device that features smart phone technology and access to the internet by voice command.
Cory Byers, an instructor in SIUE’s Department of Mass Communications and graduate Ashley Seering collaborated with SIUE students and alumni to produce three short films and one documentary. The films will be showcased at the MX Independent Film Festival at the MX theater in St. Louis Sept. 26-Oct.4. “People of Variety,” is an unofficial 48-hour film … More Students work on display at Indie Film Fest
Dr. Undrah Baasanjav and Shi Li are no strangers to the world of mass communications. They both carry unique international experiences in the field that add unique expertise to an already diverse mass communications faculty at SIUE. Shi, a PhD candidate at Indiana University, previously worked as a photo editor for China Daily, an English-based daily … More New faculty members add to rich diversity of mass comm staff