School of Communications Students at Student Scholarship Day

Every year GVSU hosts Student Scholarship Day to showcase student research. This year the event is April 10, and two School of Communications students are presenting their scholarship. Bridgett Vanderhoof (Theatre) will present From Politics to 'Popular': Commercialization of Broadway Musicals and How it Affects the Public Sphere at 12:30 in Kirkhof Center 2216. Professor Jim Bell … Continue reading School of Communications Students at Student Scholarship Day

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Students Make Sustainability Videos for City of Grand Rapids

GVSU School of Communication students Adam Burl (Communication Studies) and Mackenzie Thaden (Broadcasting) have made several videos for the City of Grand Rapids touting its sustainability efforts. One video is an overview of Sustainability in Grand Rapids. Another focuses on wastewater treatment. The videos are the first in an ongoing effort of GVSU students working … Continue reading Students Make Sustainability Videos for City of Grand Rapids

Student Wins Scholarship to Grad Program at Columbus College of Art and Design

Griffin Pines, a Film and Video Production major with an emphasis in Documentary/Nonfiction Production, was accepted to a graduate program at the Columbus College of Art and Design.  He received a significant scholarship from CCAD. Pines will begin his graduate studies in Fall 2013. He will pursue a Master of Fine Arts in Visual Arts, … Continue reading Student Wins Scholarship to Grad Program at Columbus College of Art and Design

Professor Morse Film to be Screened at Ann Arbor Film Festival

Professor Deanna Morse's film "SKIN" will be screened at the Ann Arbor Film Festival this Sunday, March 24. The screening will be at 11 a.m. in the main theatre of the Michigan Theatre. "SKIN" is a 6-minute animation that uses tree textures as a metaphor for human experience. Morse, a professor in the GVSU School … Continue reading Professor Morse Film to be Screened at Ann Arbor Film Festival

‘Panel of Professionals’ to speak to Health Communication majors

A discussion panel for Health Communication students will be held this Friday. Public and Non-Profit majors, particularly those with a Community Health emphasis, may also find this panel informative and are welcome to attend.Many students wonder what positions they should apply for with a Health Communication degree, because the field is so versatile. Five professionals … Continue reading ‘Panel of Professionals’ to speak to Health Communication majors