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
SIUE Mass Comm Alum David Hopping is being humorously trained to be next Conan O’Brien. The late-night host Conan O’Brian teaches his production assistant, our alum David Hopping, to be ready to “step in and be the next Conan O’Brien.” David (MASS COMM B.A. 2013) has been working as his production assistant and is chosen by … More SIUE Mass Comm Alum David Hopping Is Trained To Be Next Conan O’Brien
Faculty members–Mark Poepsel, Musonda Kapatamoyo and Jason Yu, and graduate student – Miles Davis, present their global communication research at the 2017 Global Fusion Conference in Athens, OH. The conference is held every year in Oct by the consortium of universities –Texas A & M, University of Texas, Temple, Southern Illinois and Ohio.
MassComm Department at SIUE invites alums to Alumni Night on April 7, 2017 630-830. Reconnect with friends and school in the TV Studio. Stay tuned for a full program of Mass Comm Week.
The Annual Mass Comm Week starts on April 18, Monday, with First Amendment Free Food Festival and continues till April 22 when the Alumni Night takes place at 6:30 P.M. This year’s theme is “Re-Imagining Media: Opportunities and Challenge” and we aim to surge discussions on a wide range of media issues. Check out the … More Mass Comm Week Starts on Monday, April 18
Dr. Undrah Baasanjav (@undrah_b) will be opening the Spring Semester Speaker series of the Women’s Studies Program @SIUE on Feb 2, 2016 9:30-1030. Come and listen her talk “‘A girl move:’ Negotiating gender and technology in chess,” which will take place in Art and Design Building West 1104 on Tuesday. Dr. Baasanjav competed internationally in women’s World Chess … More Presentation at the Women Studies Speaker Series
by Abby McMahon Not often you’ll see a contender Hall of Famer in the world. Pure luck is what it takes. But that all changed on a Thursday around two o’clock. SIUE, had the privilege of having Dewayne Staats coming to school while promoting his new book “Position to Win”, and signing autographs in the … More LOOK WHO CAME TO TOWN
Professor Undrah Baasanjav presented two papers “Transition to digital television in Mongolia: Challenges and opportunities for public interest services” and “Resisting the mind and body duality in chess” at the annual conference of the International Association of Media and Communication (IAMCR) held in Montreal, July 12-16. IAMCR is the preeminent worldwide professional organization which supports … More Professor Undrah Baasanjav presented papers at IAMCR
Professor Undrah Baasanjav was awarded a Summer Research Fellowship of the American Center for Mongolian Studies. With the support of the ACMS, she completed a field trip to her hometown Ulaanbaatar, and explored opportunities and challenges for public interest services in Mongolia during the transition of television from analog to digital. In 2001, as a … More Professor Undrah Baasanjav was awarded a Summer Research Fellowship from the American Center for Mongolian Studies