Noted international journalist and editor Ilene Prusher spent nearly two decades covering wars in Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan and the Arab-Israeli conflicts, worked with Steven Sotloff and crossed paths with Daniel Pearl in Afghanistan.
"Journalists have stopped being collateral damage in conflicts, and now have targets painted on their backs,” Prusher said.
University of Miami President Donna E. Shalala and Blake James, director of athletics, highlight the guests for the debut show of CaneTalk Live at the Rat, to take place on Thursday, November 6 from 1 to 2 p.m.
Are you interested in creating visual designs that blend science and infographics effectively and engagingly?
This Spring 2015, the University of Miami School of Communication, in partnership with the Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospheric Science, will offer a new course in Explanatory Graphics with an emphasis on science-based research and visual design.
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Vice Chairman of NBCUniversal Ron Meyer shared his journey to becoming the longest-serving chief of a major motion picture company in Hollywood history with students Monday morning at the School of Communication.
Ron Meyer, one of the most influential executives in Hollywood, is coming to the School of Communication on Monday, October 13 at 10:00 AM (Shoma Hall - CIB 3053).
Ron Meyer is Vice Chairman of NBCUniversal. He provides strategic guidance and counsel on all aspects of the company, including its valuable portfolio of film and television assets, as well as the global theme park businesses.
Two SoC alumni – both successful journalists in the creative world of newspaper layout and page design – will speak Wednesday, Sept. 4 to students enrolled in the editing and layout course, CNJ 381.
Since graduating from the School of Communication at the University of Miami, Nathan Estep (MA, journalism, 1999) and April Robinson (BS, journalism and creative writing, 2000) have held impressive editing and layout positions at major newspapers in the United States and abroad.