Please join us for the University of Miami’s inaugural Computing Day, where two School of Communication Interactive Media alumni are set to participate in the event's panel discussion, scheduled for 12:30-1:30 p.m. Computing Day is a part of a broad initiative to foster interdisciplinary collaboration and innovation in computing. The event convenes corporate and government professionals, faculty and student scholars, and other audiences engaged in all facets of computing as we design the future.
Please join us for “How women and health NGOs use communications strategically to advocate for gender equality and reproductive health” to mark the launch of Carolina Matos’, Ph.D., book "Gender, communications and reproductive health in international development," which presents the research findings of a funded Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) project. Panelists include Karin Wilkins, dean of the School of Communication, Professors Suzanne Clibsy (University of Coventry, UK) and Rosalind Gill (City, University of London), and the CEO of NGO Reprolatina, Margarita Díaz. A hybrid event, it will be attended [...]
Join trans reporter Lewis Raven Wallace on the myth of "objectivity." His research includes stories of journalists who have fearlessly described power and oppression in spite of being pushed to the margins. As a transgender activist and racial justice advocate, they share a vision for justice-driven journalism in the 21st century, journalism that is capable of standing up to authoritarian tendencies, and defending free speech and liberation for all.