Faculty Projects

  • Giants of the Seas

    Journalism

    Giants of the Seas: Jamaica Meets the Mega-Ships was produced as a thesis project for the University of Miami Multimedia Journalism program. Graduate student Jesse Swanson made three trips to Jamaica to document the transformation of a small town into a major port of call for the world’s largest ...

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  • Colorful But Colorblind

    Journalism

    Colorful but Colorblind is a project aimed at remedying anti-Roma stereotyping through the creative use of multimedia in reporting minority issues in new member states of the European Union in Central and Eastern Europe (Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia) and internation...

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  • Europe: A Homeland for the Roma

    Journalism

    Europe: A Homeland for the Roma is a project aimed at increasing the visibility of the Roma’s quest for equality and acceptance and increasing the employability of a group of Roma and non-Roma journalists from Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania and Slovakia by providing them with...

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  • Keep Your Edge

    Interactive Media

    A Simple Game of Collection and Avoidance You are a square, trying to keep your edge by associating with other squares and collecting their edges. When you come into contact with circles, you absorb their roundedness. If you become too well rounded, you lose your edge.  Keep Your Edge is a...

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  • ROC Diners' Guide Mobile App

    Interactive Media

    A consumer guide for your smart phone on the working condition of American restaurants. It provides information on the wage, benefits, and promotion practices of the 150 most popular restaurants in America - from Red Lobster to Subway to Chipotle. The Guide also lists responsible restaurants...

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  • IQUEST

    Interactive Media

    Many developing nations face drinking water shortages, and municipal water rationing has become increasingly common in large urban centers. In Accra, Ghana, this has led to substantial variation in service levels among residential customers at a geographic scale that is too fine to be captured by...

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