As part of a panel that explored ways in which to use new technologies to enhance student learning, Prof. Cornwell spoke about the importance of using technology intentionally in ones teaching with a keen eye towards its role in reaching clearly defined student learning outcomes. She also provided examples of how the technology can advance learning and enrich the educational experience in important ways.
Kati Lustyik, assistant professor in the Department of Television-Radio, has published article in Journal of Children and Media entitled, "Media Regulation and the International Expansion of Nickelodeon."
The article, co-authored with Dr. Norma Pecora (Ohio University), was published in the 2011 Special Issue entitled, "Children's Media Policy: International Perspective."
A documentary by Anna Campbell ’11, Lauren Brauchli ’11, and River Ferris ’11 has won a College Television Award. The awards are given by Television Academy Foundation and considered the highest honor in the nation for college television students.
The film, “Bound by Hope, One Family's Story,” features a Pennsylvania family as they struggle with their...
By Elizabeth Stoltz '13
For the past year, Jack Powers, an assistant professor in the Department of Television-Radio, has made multiple trips to Hollywood to experience first-hand the process of how ABC’s Modern Family--one of last season’s breakout TV hits--is written and produced.
Powers became involved with the Emmy-winning show last spring when he was...
Arhlene A. Flowers, assistant professor in Integrated Marketing Communications in the Department of Strategic Communication, and Katalin Lustyik, assistant professor in the Department of Television-Radio, published "Virtual Junk Food Playgrounds in Europe: Advergames in the UK and Hungary" in the December 2010 issue on Virtual Worlds and Kids in the Journal of Virtual Worlds Research. Flowers had presented the paper at the International Communication Association's annual conference in Singapore in June 2010.