Associate Professor Derigan Silver was a guest speaker on NPR's All Things Considered, discussing the topic, "What Legal Recourse Do Victims Of Fake News Stories Have?" Hear the segment.
Associate Professor Adrienne Russell was interviewed for an article titled, "The Tweeting President: How Trump's use of social media is changing the way we get news." Find out more.
Associate Professor Margie Thompson volunteered at the Karnes family immigration detention center in south Texas and wrote an article about her experiences. Read it here.
Mass Communications alumna Ellie Sue Schafer (BA '90), special assistant to President Barack Obama and director of the White House visitor's office, was named a Champion in the White House in OUT magazine's 100 most influential people/groups of 2016. Learn more.
Associate Professor Adrienne Russell was interviewed for an article titled, "How Can we Make Social Media Less Blindingly Awful in 2017." Read the article here.
Project DU F.I.L.M.'s Happy F-ing Valentines Day was shown at the Denver Film Festival. Find out more.
Associate Professor Adrienne Russell and her Digital Cultures class wrote a guide to protecting your online privacy. Read more.
Associate Professor Adrienne Russell published her latest book, Journalism as Activism: Recording Media Power.
Alumna Danielle Calhoun was featured in DivergeNow for her work with the LAGRANT Foundation. Learn more.
Current IIC student Andrew Repp was featured in DU's AHSS Student Spotlight. Read more.
Associate Professor Erika Polson released her first book, Privileged Mobilities: Professional Migration, Geo-Social Media, and a New Global Middle Class.
South High's Digital Media Club collaborated with DU faculty on a moving presentation revealing student transportation issues, for which they received the Executive Committee of Transportation Solutions Foundation's Transportation Solutions Champion Award. Read the article.
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