Category: Mass Communications

New CAS student senators hope to connect with classmates this fall

New CAS student senators hope to connect with classmates this fall

SIUE’s College of Arts and Sciences student senators believe changes in the student government structure will give better representation to CAS students next fall.
Cody Osborne
Landon Montgomery
Haley Schlecht
Students were elected by direct vote from students enrolled in each college on candidates who were also enrolled in their respective colleges. This year’s CAS representatives are sophomore Cody […]

Students, faculty participate in first Black Lives Matter conference

Students, faculty participate in first Black Lives Matter conference

SIUE students, faculty and local community members convened at the Morris University Center on Jan. 20 to discuss polarizing and controversial topics for SIUE’s first Black Lives Matter Conference.
Senior psychology major Melvina Chaney speaks on the student panel during the Black Lives matter conference Jan. 20 at the Morris University Center. (Photo by Joseph Lacdan)
The […]

SIUE Mass Communications professor honored at MLK Luncheon

SIUE Mass Communications professor honored at MLK Luncheon

SIUE’s Martin Luther King Luncheon on Jan. 20 served as a reminder that certain aspects of his life must not be forgotten.
Dr. Musonda Kapatamoyo, Mass Communications professor, receives the Martin Luther King Jr. Faculty Humanitarian Award on Jan. 20. (Photo by Joseph Lacdan)
Dr. King’s activism, and his call to Americans of any race to act […]

SIUE grad broadens academic interests overseas

SIUE grad broadens academic interests overseas

Sean Severson, a 2014 SIUE graduate, attends Zhejiang University in China where he is pursuing a master’s degree in international relations. Severson earned a bachelor’s degree in history at SIUE. (Photo courtesy of Sean Severson)
SIUE alum Sean Severson takes a visit to the Tibetian Plateau in the Qinghai Province in western China. (Photo courtesy of […]

Mass Communications Week 2015 provokes discussion on media-related events

Mass Communications Week 2015 provokes discussion on media-related events

Discussions among students, faculty and panelists were stirred by the topics at hand—Ferguson protests and French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo– among others that engaged participants with new information or “provocation” regarding the media’s role at the 2015 Mass Communications Week, April 13-17.
Visiting speakers Stefan Bradley and John Doggette discussed their mediating roles in regards to […]

‘Provocation’ in Ferguson, Charlie Hebdo to be featured during Mass Communications Week 2015

‘Provocation’ in Ferguson, Charlie Hebdo to be featured during Mass Communications Week 2015

Mass Communications Week of 2015 will feature various panel discussions and include community leaders, media and activists to speak on incidents that arose in Ferguson, Ukraine and France this past year.
Mass Communication Week 2015 starts today and ends Friday to provoke discussion on recent topics pertinent to the media. Image courtesy of Ibroscheva.
A panel discussion titled […]

Professor Mishra awarded for mentoring role, global perspectives, and high classroom standards

Professor Mishra awarded for mentoring role, global perspectives, and high classroom standards

Mass communications professor Suman Mishra, who has taught at SIUE since 2009, has received the 2014-2015 Teaching Distinction Award.

Mass communications professor Suman Mishra has been recognized by the university with the 2014-2015 Teaching Distinction Award. Photo courtesy of mass communications department.

Mishra said she feels greatly honored to be recognized by her students and peers.
The committee […]

Ibroscheva’s focus on gender, media studies lands her Going Award

Ibroscheva’s focus on gender, media studies lands her Going Award

First ladies around the world, Hillary Clinton’s upcoming political campaign from a social media perspective and gender and the media after the fall of communism.
Mass Communications professor Elza Ibroscheva named to Going Award
These are among the research topics pursued by mass communications professor Elza Ibroscheva and she has received the William and Margaret Going Endowed […]

SIUE grad develops into versatile communicator

SIUE grad develops into versatile communicator

Mafoya Dossoumon learned the importance of communication while growing up in his native Benin.
Mafoya Dossoumon is the communications manager at the Canadian Museums Association in Ottawa, Canada. He earned two master's degrees at SIUE. Photo by Brooklyn Bertels
As a teen living in the coastal city of Cotonou in Western Africa, Dossoumon became fascinated with computers […]

Mass communications instructor to discuss book featuring radio commentaries

Mass communications instructor to discuss book featuring radio commentaries

Tom Dehner, mass communications instructor, will discuss and read from his book that features “From the Sidelines” commentaries originally broadcast on WSIE-FM (88.7 FM) The Jazz Station at SIUE
Tom Dehner, mass communications instructor, will give a reading and sign copies of his book, “JUST CALL ME HARRY STEINFELDT Memoirs and Musings from ‘Playin’ the Game’ […]

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