MCM News

Master of Communication and Media Student Christine Wang Calls Classes Life-Changing

Wang majored in Communication with a specialization in Public Relations and minored in Digital Media. An unexpected change in her graduation date left Wang scrambling. “Unsure what to do, I spoke to my advisors and professors about my dilemma. They helped me explore my options and introduced me to the MCM program. With their encouragement and a leap of faith, I decided to pursue a graduate degree at SC&I.”

Jennifer Keeney, Broadway Performer, Visual Artist, Podcaster & MCM Student, Reflects on Next Moves

Jennifer Dunne Keeney, a student in the Master of Communication and Media (MCM) program, comes to Rutgers via a lengthy career as a performing and visual artist. After receiving her BFA from NYU Tisch School of the Arts, Keeney has performed in numerous Broadway shows, national tours, international productions in foreign languages, music videos, and television appearances such as the “Tony Awards” and “Late Show with Stephen Colbert.”

SC&I Alums Make Virtual Trip Back to Campus

Three SC&I graduates came back to campus – virtually – to give insights to students about job searches and the workplace, in an online panel discussion conducted by the MCM/MHCI Graduate Student Association (GSA).

Faculty, Doctoral Students to Participate in 106th Annual Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Conference (AEJMC)

The conference will close with a social hosted by SC&I’s Interim Dean and Distinguished Professor of Journalism and Media Studies Dafna Lemish, along with fellow deans from University of South Carolina, University of Kentucky, and University of Alabama. The keynote speaker will be Alberto Ibargüen, president of the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation.