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IMM is ranked in the top 5 Game Design Schools and Colleges in New Jersey – 2018 Rankings I Animation Career Review

The School of Arts & Communication, houses the Department of Interactive Multimedia (IMM), which offers a BA in IMM. This major explores user experience design, interaction design, interface design, and programming for everything from web sites to video games. Other program highlights include internships at places such as Amazon and DreamWorks and the IMM Senior…

Project EmpowHer Promotes Women Leadership

Eleven students in Communication Studies worked on an independent study called Project EmpowHer, where they examined gender disparities in leadership through a communication and behavioral lens and offered interactive strategies for combating it. They planned a networking brunch and a community panel of local women leaders, who spoke about their communication strategies in their journeys toward success. Associate…

An Evening with Anna Deavere Smith – April 25, 2018

“If you say a word long enough, it becomes you.” Anna Deavere Smith used these words from her grandfather as inspiration to travel across the country in an attempt to become America and understand the nation’s relationship to race, particularly its effect on the school-to-prison pipeline. Her one-woman show, Notes From the Field, takes interviews…

“This is Jersey with Gary Gellman” Visits the Sarnoff Collection at TCNJ

  The Sarnoff Collection at TCNJ curator Florencia Pierri guides us through the collection, shows us amazing pieces of history on display here and tells us how each one had a role in both the legacy of former RCA President David Sarnoff and broadcast media. “This is Jersey with Gary Gellman” airs on Verizon FiOS…

CBS Philly visits the Sarnoff Collection at The College of New Jersey

CBS Philly visited the Sarnoff Collection at TCNJ. This segment aired yesterday and will air again on Sunday at 8 AM on CBS 3 (Philadelphia). “I feel right at home,” CBS3’s Meisha Johnson said. “There’s a good reason for that. This place screams television.” Curator Florencia Pierri said, “So what we have here is the history…

Brown Bag Series: “Storytelling in Multiple Mediums,” presented by NYU professor Yvonne Latty – March 2, 2018

Our final Brown Bag of the Spring 2018 semester, presented by NYU professor Yvonne Latty, stressed the importance of telling the stories of the silenced. Latty began her journey in storytelling as an NYU film student but has expanded to print journalism, documentary filmmaking, and even podcasting. Her books, We Were There: Voices of African American Veterans,…

Brown Bag Series: “Geomedicine: How Location Affects Your Health,” presented by Dr. Amy Blatt – February 23, 2018

Our fourth Brown Bag Series event, presented by Dr. Amy Blatt, introduced the intersection of geography, public health, and medicine and its effect on patients’ overall health. Taking daily environment into consideration can help health care professionals achieve a more thorough understanding of their patient and allow for more effective treatment. Dr. Blatt’s presentation covered…

Brown Bag Series: “Opera and Sadomasochism: Erotic Power Exchanges on the Contemporary Stage,” presented by Professor Axel Englund – February 9, 2018

In our second Brown Bag Series lecture of the Spring 2018 semester, Professor Axel Englund of Stockholm University presented “Opera and Sadomasochism: Erotic Power Exchanges on the Contemporary Stage.” Over the past twenty years, contemporary popular culture themes have become pervasive in the opera world, leading to stagings of popular operas that display, among other…

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