The University of Miami Debate Team hosted a three-person team of debaters from Ireland on Monday, April 4, at the Shalala Student Activity Center. The public debate focused on the motion that this house believes the political success of Donald J. Trump in the Republican primaries is a reflection of the demise of American democracy.
What would be the next big thing in this multiplatform entertainment landscape? How will it be created? These are part of the key questions to be discussed during the fourth annual Innovation for Media Content Creation seminar (InnovationMCC) held in partnership with University of Miami School of Communication on April 19.
The blustery winds and threatening rain didn’t prevent students from attending the School of Communication’s Recruitment Pavilion, the first career fair organized by the Stein Family Office of Career Services, featuring companies companies tailored specifically to SoC industries.
The University of Miami’s Debate Team will host three award-winning Irish debaters on Monday, April 4, at 6 p.m. in the Shalala Student Activity Center, Activities Room South, third floor on the motion this house believes the political success of Donald J. Trump in the Republican primaries is a reflection of the demise of American democracy.
On March 30 from 12 to 12:30 p.m. EST, lecturer Dr. Valerie Giroux will lead an online presentation and Q&A session on the importance of communication skills to everything from patient compliance and quality of life to satisfaction and even the potential for malpractice suits. The lunch-and-learn webinar Essential Communication Skills for Healthcare Providers is free and open to all.
The first televised debate between candidates vying for their party’s nomination for president during the primaries occurred in 1956 between Democratic contenders Adlai Stevenson and Estes Kefauver. That first debate was broadcast from the WTVJ studio here in Miami.