A big thank you to all of our presenters and faculty that go above and beyond to ensure that SIUe Mass Comm Week is a SUCCESS! Here are some highlights from the week: Here are some highlights from Alumni Night: Advertisements
Congratulations, Camille! Southern Illinois University Edwardsville double alum Camille Emig-Hill, a communications expert, business and financial services professional, and community and youth supporter, will receive the University’s Distinguished Service Award at its May 2016 commencement. Emig-Hill achieved a bachelor’s in mass communications and journalism in 1972 and a master’s in business administration in ‘77. She … More Camille Emig-Hill to Receive Distinguished Service Award
EDWARDSVILLE, Ill. — The Alestle won 13 awards last month, at the annual Illinois College Press Association conference. At the Chicago conference, the Alestle earned three first-place awards, placed in five other categories and earned four honorable mentions, including an honorable mention in general excellence. Alestle Photographer Brian Munoz placed second in the Shoot Chicago on-site photography competition in … More Alestle wins 13 awards at state college media conference
EDWARDSVILLE — The Alestle, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville’s student newspaper, recently won a national award during the 94th annual Associated Collegiate Press/College Media Advisers National College Media Convention in Austin, Texas. The Alestle placed fourth in the ACP Best Of Show — Newspaper Special Edition category. The field of competitors was wide open and not broken down by … More The Alestle wins national award for its 2015 Back To School Survival Guide
Mass Comm Alumni, Rick Bragga, will be on campus this Friday, October 2, 2015, for his Alumni Hall of Fame induction. There will also be a coffee hour at 10:30 am in Peck Hall 3117. Rick Bragga, BA Mass Comm / TV-Radion ’77 and MS Mass Comm ’82, is the president of Philanthropy 1, a philanthropic … More Alumni, Bragga, to be on campus for Hall of Fame induction & coffee hour
Today Jeff Mizanskey, sentenced to life without parole for pot, walked out of a Missouri prison a free man after serving 20 years, thanks in part to Eric Sykes, a former student in the Mass Comm Dept. Eric produced a documentary for Kaleidoscope as a class assignment in 2013, which focused on Mizanskey’s plight, urging a pardon … More Former Mass Comm student helps change man’s future
Congratulations Mass Comm Spring 2015 Honors/Awardees!!! Belleville News Democrat Mass Communications Journalism Award – Caitlin Grove Elmer C. Broz Award for Achievement in Journalism – Danielle Wilson Robert L. Emig Mass Communications Scholarship – Brian Armea The Bob Hardy Scholarship in Broadcast Journalism– Caitlin Grove Mass Communications Alumni Scholarship – Jacob Williams John Rider Graduate Achievement … More Congratulations Spring 2015 Honors / Awardees!!!
Congratulations, Cory & Ashley! We are excited to announce that Cory Byers and Ashley Seering won a BEA – Broadcast Education Association Award of Excellence in the short form documentary category for “Chainsaw Carvers,” a piece they created for Wanderlust! Check it out here: https://vimeo.com/113638688 Chainsaw Carvers from Ashley Seering on Vimeo.
Congratulations, Dr. Ibroscheva! Dr. Ibroscheva has made us proud yet again! This time, it’s because she has received the William and Margaret Going Endowed Professorship Award! The award recognizes faculty in the College of Arts and Sciences who have outstanding teaching, scholarly accomplishments and/or creative activity. Dr. Ibroscheva has been a part of the SIUE faculty since … More Ibroscheva’s focus on gender, media studies lands her Going Award