Through the Johnson & Johnson Fellowship Program, select Master of Communication and Media students are given the extraordinary opportunity to apply their coursework to projects at Johnson & Johnson, while helping the health care giant achieve its communication and corporate social responsibility (CSR) goals.
Frank Educational Gilmore, who graduated from SC&I in 2014 after serving a 10-year prison sentence, is the founder and CEO of the Educational Gilmore Community Learning Center, where children K-7 receive tutoring, nurturing, and inspiration. He is also a national motivational speaker in the area of youth development and youth programming.
Gilmore and the center were recently featured on The Ellen Show.
In new research published by Routledge, SC&I researchers explore the ways journalists view their role in helping the public and policymakers understand scientific information and its relevance to their lives.
The history of basketball in New York City will be told through an exhibit launching Feb. 14 at the Museum of the City of New York. The first exhibit of its kind, it was proposed and developed by Marc Aronson and Jeffrey Lane served on the advisory board.