Diana Cui and Ashley Hunter were selected as finalists for the 2012 Most Promising Minority Students Program sponsored by the American Advertising Association (AAF). Each year, fifty students are chosen nationwide to receive the honor. Didi Shum was named to the program’s Honor Roll.
AAF's Most Promising Minority Students Program is the premier advertising industry award program to recognize and recruit outstanding minority college graduates. The program not only honors the students, but also enhances their knowledge and understanding of the advertising industry by offering networking, interviewing, and industry immersion opportunities with industry professionals during a three-day event in New York City in February.
Cui and Hunter are integrated marketing communications majors, and Shum is a business administration major.
Patricia Zimmermann, professor of cinema, photography and media arts and codirector of the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival, delivered an invited lecture at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland on November 22, 2011. The lecture was featured as part of the film studies lecture series.
The title of the lecture was "The Robert Flaherty Film Seminar in the 1950s: Humanist and Poetic Activism."
Click here http://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/filmstudies/events.php?eventid=144
for more detail on the arguments presented in the lecture.
Special thanks to our generous alumni who volunteered this semester, sharing their expertise with our students, faculty, and staff. Some served as guest speakers in classes; others supported our student organizations at meetings and events; and others visited campus to screen professional work.
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ITHACA, NY — The producers of such critically acclaimed films as “Boys Don’t Cry” and “The Laramie Project” will work with communications students and give a free public lecture during a visit to Ithaca College. Frequent collaborators Ted Hope and Christine Vachon will present “Producing Truly Independent Cinema” on Thursday, Dec. 1, at...
Patricia Zimmermann, professor in the Department of Cinema, Photography and Media Arts and codirector of the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival, was an invited speaker at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Futures of Entertainment Summit, November 10-11, 2011.
Zimmermann spoke on the panel "The Futures of Nonfiction Storytelling." Her presentation advocated for a more international, permeable, collaborative, and mutating consideration of documentary across platforms and forms that are volatile and shifting.