JMS rising junior and Cape May native Sarah Doherty steps into the presidency of the Rutgers chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists in fall 2019, with plans to lead fellow students to the national conference in San Antonio, Texas.
MCM Student Kayla Jennings-Rivera will be awarded with New York Women in Communications Scholarships
Kayla Jennings-Rivera to Receive a Scholarship for her Excellence in Communications.
Award-Winning Filmmaker and SC&I Alum Zack Morrison ’14 On Making the Most of SC&I and Rutgers: “Do everything all the time. Be everywhere all at once.”
From access to camera equipment through RUtv, to his favorite courses, to his Viacom internship at MTV, to screening two of his films at Cannes, in part two of our conversation with Morrison, he explains how he made the most of his time on the banks – and how it led directly to his MFA at Columbia and his success as a filmmaker.
SC&I Faculty Collaborate with the Rutgers Cancer Institute of NJ to Design a Novel Patient Support System
Mark Aakhus, Sunyoung Kim, and Lisa Mikesell are collaborating with the Hematologic Malignancies Program at RCINJ to help design a patient support system to help physicians communicate with cancer patients about the risks involved in using Bone Marrow Transplant as an alternative to chemotherapy.
On April 9, 2019 SC&I faculty members Galina Bolden, Marija Dalbello, and Lisa Mikesell were informed by the Rutgers Board of Governors that their promotions were approved.
How Do Children React to Frightening Television Content? Dafna Lemish’s New Book Explores their Fears and Thrills
Associate Dean and Professor Dafna Lemish has recently published with colleagues “Fear in Front of The Screen.” Based on two research studies, the book focuses on the impact scary television content can have on children’s fears, nightmares, and development.