Jeffrey Madison, Tambra Stevenson, and Sherri Williams.

Communications ·

SOC Celebrates Inaugural Inclusive Excellence Week

It was easy to see that inclusive excellence is baked into coursework, community, and research at American University School of Communication (AU SOC) this past week.
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Video shoot of a family at a table

Communications ·

Advanced Directing Students See Film Festival Success

Roughly 50% of the student films that were created in the class have been accepted into multiple film festivals and conferences.
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Skye Witley

Communications ·

2022 AU SOC WHCA Investigative Journalism Scholarship Awarded to Skye Witley

The award includes $5,000 shared by SOC and the WHCA, invitations to an April 29 awards luncheon and the prestigious April 30 WHCA awards dinner, and a mentorship with a member of the White House press corps.
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The Hit

Communications ·

Investigative Documentary Exposes New Details in Tony Stewart Crash that Killed Kevin Ward Jr.

A team of award-winning investigative journalists digs up never-before-seen evidence that indicates Stewart accelerated his car and fishtailed it toward a defenseless man.
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Amy Weiss

Communications ·

Alumna Amy Weiss Gives Back

Weiss doesn’t want cost to stand in the way of any student accessing the same  opportunities from which she has been able to benefit.
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jeffrey madison

Communications ·

SOC Staff Member Dedicated to Telling Stories Through the Lens of Climate Crisis With Humanities Truck Fellowship

Jeffrey Madison is on a mission to tell stories through the lens of the climate crisis through his current Humanities Truck Fellowship project. The project is titled “Climatize: How D.C. Riverfront Neighborhoods Are Left To Their Own Devices.”
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CMSI American University School of Communication

Communications ·

SOC’s Center for Media & Social Impact Receives $750,000 MacArthur Foundation Grant

Based on its successful track record and visionary leadership in research and creative media at the intersection of entertainment and social justice, this grant is CMSI's largest from the foundation.
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Slovakia and the Czech Republic play hockey at the 2014 Winter Olympics hockey./Photo by Pawel Maryanov, CC BY 2.0 via Wikimedia Commons

International ·

Challenges Face Media, Athletes at Winter Olympics

Kogod professors Ron Hill and Benjamin Wright, and SOC professor Jason Mollica, answer questions about the Olympics and the pitfalls surrounding networks, corporations, and athletes.
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ESPN Campus Sign

Announcement ·

ESPN, American University Establish New, Funded Investigative Journalism fellowship

The new fellowship program will embed a full-time graduate student alongside ESPN’s journalists.
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Richard Prince

Communications ·

American University School of Communication Announces Partnership with Journal-isms

SOC and Journal-isms Inc. are partnering
to buttress their shared view of the critical role of inclusion in journalism.
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