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 three 2020 Southeast 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 »
Once again GSUTV is bringing home awards!
Please join the Department of Communication in congratulating our own GSUTV for winning fourteen Telly Awards this year! These awards are indicative of the diligence and hard work our staff and students have put into their work. This industry recognition highlights the growth GSUTV has had since it’s… more »
GSUTV’s small (and safe) crew was in Cleveland interviewing photojournalist Ron Haeberle for the third Vietnam series. Ron was present on the ground in the village of My Lai on March 16, 1968 when over 500 Vietnamese women and children were massacred by American GI’s. His pictures of the My lai Massacre in 1969 appeared… more »
Check out the newest piece on the New York Times from Professor Maria Repnikova, The Soft Side of China’s Coronavirus Propaganda
Due to the cancellation of classes for the next two weeks, the Spring 2020 Armstrong Lecture with Sonya Rose is being cancelled to be reschedule at a later date. Watch communication.gsu.edu to see when it will be.
The Georgia State Chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) attended the annual state Public Relations Society of America Conference on Friday, Feb. 28. The conference, held at The Coca Cola Plaza in Atlanta, was designed to bring communications professionals and aspiring students together for industry updates, informational sessions, panels and networking… more »
Canceled to be Rescheduled Later
March 25, 2020 Wednesday, 10 am – 3 pm 25 Park Place Conference Room 830
Join us as we learn from Sonya Ross, Georgia State alumni, managing partner and editor-in-chief of Black Women Unmuted, an independent media start-up, and 33 year veteran of The Associated Press, including former White… more »
Congratulations Mia Bloom for your book, “Small Arms” being featured in the 10 Best New Terrorism Books To Read In 2020!
Check out Professor Maria Repnikova’s new piece in the New York Times, The Subtle Muckrakers of the Coronavirus Epidemic
Congratulations to Dr. Maria Repnikova! She is being awarded the 2020 Dean’s Early Career Award for the College of Arts and Sciences. This award recognizes Dr. Repnikova as a “rising star” among the college’s faculty, a model for other early-career faculty to emulate, for her work as a faculty member and her contributions to… more »