MODD: Dean’s office discussion with Dr. Anita Vangelisti

Join Moody College Associate Dean Anita Vangelisti for a discussion about Moody College and the Dean’s Office. MODDs are online, informal office-hours sessions designed so you can connect, ask questions and learn more. You will receive a welcome email from the faculty member with the Zoom link 1-2 days in advance of the MODD. Sign up today! 

Virtual Info Session- MFA in Screenwriting Program for Prospective Students

Advanced registration required. https://utexas.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_41Uo0DIT1cTExgx Prospective screenwriting graduate students! We invite you to join us for a virtual info session on the MFA in Screenwriting program. Learn about the program and application process, and stick around for a Q&A with faculty and current grads. For further information on our program check out our website: https://rtf.utexas.edu/graduate/mfa-screenwriting

MODD: Technology and Info. Policy Institute discussion with Dr. Sharon Strover and Alexis Schrubbe

Join Technology and Information Policy Institute Director and School of Journalism and Media Professor Sharon Strover and doctoral student Alexis Schrubbe to discuss the Institute. MODDs are online, informal office-hours sessions designed so you can connect, ask questions and learn more. You will receive a welcome email from the faculty member with the Zoom link 1-2 days in advance of the MODD. ...

MODD: Graduate Programs in Advertising with Dr. Gary WIlcox

Join Stan Richards School of Advertising & Public Relations Professor  and Director of Graduate Programs in Advertising Gary Wilcox to discuss Graduate Programs in Advertising. MODDs are online, informal office-hours sessions designed so you can connect, ask questions and learn more. You will receive a welcome email from the faculty member with the Zoom link 1-2 days in advance of the MODD. ...

Digital Media and Human Capital in Rural America: Differentiating the role of Access, Skills, and Excessive Media Use for Educational Performance and Aspirations

Compared with their urban and suburban peers, rural students are less likely to complete higher education. If access and use of digital technologies are supportive of students’ human capital, deficits in Internet access may further concentrate the inequalities of rural youth. However, there is mixed evidence that Internet use plays a supportive role in the formation of young peoples’ human ...

INFO SESSION: SPRING 2021 343/388P CINEMA LABORATORY • DEBORAH EVE LEWIS

In the Cinema Laboratory, you’ll make around ten short films – most shooting happening during our class time – with the emphasis being on making, taking risks and exploring the cinematic form on an elemental level. There will be failures and triumphs—all work strengthening and stretching our ability to express ideas and feelings through picture and sound. Cinema Laboratory’s practice ...

MODD: Radio-Television-Film discussion with Mirasol Enríquez

Join Radio-Television-Film Assistant Professor of Instruction Mirasol Enríquez for a discussion about RTF. MODDs are online, informal office-hours sessions designed so you can connect, ask questions and learn more. You will receive a welcome email from the faculty member with the Zoom link 1-2 days in advance of the MODD. Sign up today!   

Virtual Info Session – MFA in Film & Media Production Program for Prospective Students

Advanced registration required. https://utexas.qualtrics.com/jfe/form/SV_8hJdRsfRKQnuLlz Filmmakers looking to take your skills to the next level! We invite you to join us for a virtual info session on the MFA in Film and Media Production program. Learn about the program and application process and stick around for a Q&A with faculty. For further information on our program check out our website: https://rtf.utexas.edu/graduate/mfa-film-media-production

INFO SESSION: SPRING 2021 – RTF 343D THE ART OF CINEMATOGRAPHY • DEBORAH EVE LEWIS

Join this info session here to learn more about spring 2021 RTF 343D Cinematography. This undergraduate course is designed for RTF majors to explore the art of cinematography beyond the basic principles of camera and lighting. Students will film several assignments designed to help one understand the cinematic tools used to create an overall visual approach to storytelling. A close ...

Texas Exes Virtual Lunchtime Lecture – “Social Media, Propaganda, and Elections”

Explore the ways in which social media and other digital platforms are used as tools for spreading propaganda, disinformation and politically motivated harassment. Dr. Sam Woolley from the Moody College of Communication will provide examples from the 2020 election and other international political events to support his research and findings. RSVP today, grab your lunch, and join us from the comfort of your ...

MODD: Vocal Health and Voice Disorders with Dr. Rosemary Lester-Smtih

Join Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences Assistant Professor Rosemary Lester-Smith to discuss Vocal Health and Voice Disorders. MODDs are online, informal office-hours sessions designed so you can connect, ask questions and learn more. You will receive a welcome email from the faculty member with the Zoom link 1-2 days in advance of the MODD. Sign up today! 

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