Students, Did you know there’s a LOT of scholarship money available to help you pay for school? Many scholarship deadlines are coming up now for summer and fall, so don’t delay in applying.
Where to find them?
Scholarships/Funds for Students: Continue reading
Visiting Ottoway Professor Tammy Kim will be hosting a public lecture “We Are All Gig Workers Now”. Join the free event on Tuesday, April 6 at 7 p.m. Use this link to join and make sure to register in advance. All are welcome to attend.
Mid-Hudson Teacher Center has a Social Media and Marketing Job Opportunity for a qualified individual. The deadline to apply is March 20. Read below for details. Continue reading
Attention Media Management Majors:
There are two important changes you need to know about:
- The School of Business is enforcing MPL of 4 for BUS325 Marketing
- DMJ350 Media Research Methods will be taught in Fall 2021 but NOT Spring 2022.
Please plan out your remaining course work with your major advisor.
Here are more details:
We are looking forward to working with you this semester. Our industry is changing. Radio, television, film, online media, and journalism are still being produced and/or broadcast, but with the challenges of the pandemic, the landscape of media careers has shifted. We are keeping a close eye on industry standards and expectations. Technological advances are being made daily. Many of these changes will be here to stay even beyond the pandemic. Continue reading
Tammy Kim, this year’s James H. Ottaway Sr. Visiting Professor of Journalism, is a freelance writer whose work has appeared in the New Yorker, the Columbia Journalism of Review and New York Review of Books. She is also a contributing opinion writer at the New York Times. Continue reading
Hearst Newspapers, branded as Points North, is looking for freelance news reporters to cover stories focused in the Hudson Valley, Catskills, Adirondacks and Capitol Regions. The position requires reporters to write three digital stories a day with pictures and an understanding of SEO. Depending on the complexity of the piece and amount of sources Hearst is offering $150 to $300 per piece.They are creating a combination of centerpiece stories along with clusters of shorter stories to keep the fast growing audience engaged. Duties include reporting, producing, writing, and aggregating stories that reflect the image of the site. You must be able to find interesting, regional stories and be able to quickly report breaking news. As well, you will work closely with the editing team to coordinate daily features and future plans. Requirements include: Continue reading
Get the popcorn ready and take some time to watch our students’ capstone projects from Seminar in Digital Filmmaking, Department of Digital Media and Journalism. Consider this a self-guided virtual screening. Continue reading