Georgia State University Alumna, Alahna Lark was recently hired by the Nobel Museum in Stockholm to be the cinematographer for their new exhibit about Martin Luther King. Alahna graduated from GSU this past Spring with a degree in journalism.
The Nobel exhibit, A Right to Freedom, will honor the legacy and importance of Dr. King’s… more »
The Department of Communication is proud to announce that GSUTV stands out as a relevant contender among the most prestigious in the television production industry after acquiring—not one, not two but—three 2018 EMMY award nominations. An Emmy Award, or simply Emmy, recognizes excellence in the television industry, and is the equivalent of an Academy Award, the… more »
Congratulations to each of our 2018 Master’s graduates! We only wish you the best in your future endeavors. Thank you for showing the world how we can thrive and excel in your educational pursuits #thestateway ! Check out this short highlight reel from the College of Arts & Sciences hooding & commencement, featuring our Communication… more »
Effective as of July 1, 2017, the Film & Video and Theatre programs will no longer be offered within the department of Communication; Rather, they will exist as a standalone entity within the new College of the Arts as the School of Film, Media, & Theatre. With the establishment of this new… more »
Congratulations to Dr. Mia Bloom for the publication of her research on IS terrorist methods of weaponizing children. Her work was just featured in “The Conversation”, an independent news source aiming to rebuild trust in journalism by delivering high quality, authenticated and explanatory research directly to the public. Click here to read her article.
Available “first online” in the Journal of Language and Social Psychology, Dr. Atkinson and her former graduate student advisee, Robin Sloan examine the impact of age and race stereotypes on perceptions of competence and patronizing speech. The results of two experiments basically reveal that age stereotypes have a stronger influence on competence and adoption of… more »
Professor Mia Bloom will be part of a plenary session Children and Armed Conflict for the 2016 Noble Peace Prize Forum from June 6-8. Professor Bloom will be part of a discussion with Secretary-General on Children and Armed Conflict Leila Zerrougui. For more information please click here.
Professor Carrie Freeman’s book “Framing Farming: Communication Strategies for Animal Rights” (2014, Rodopi Press) has been announced as a National Indie Excellence Book Awards finalist in the “social/political change” book category. This is a national book awards competition for independent publishers. To read more about this award click here.
Congratulations to Media & Society Ph.D student Megan Hodgkiss for being the 2016 Alumni Graduate Student Scholarship recipient. The Alumni Graduate Student Scholarship is awarded by the Georgia State Alumni Association.