MODD: Directing Actors with Professor Andrew Shea

Join Radio-Television-Film Professor Andrew Shea to discuss Directing Actors. 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! 

MODD: Discuss Study Abroad with Dr. Brad Love

Join Stan Richards School of Advertising and Public Relations Associate Professor Brad Love to discuss Study Abroad. 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! 

MODD: Where is US-China relations heading? Tech, Media, Future with Dr. Wenhong Chen

Join School of Journalism and Media Associate Professor Wenhong Chen to discuss Where is US-China relations heading? Tech, Media, Future. 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! 

MODD: Fake News and What Just Happened on Election Day with Joe Cutbirth

Join Joe Cutbirth to discuss Fake News and What Just Happened on Election Day. 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! 

MODD: Fandom and Fan Culture with Dr. Suzanne Scott

Join Radio-Television-Film Associate Professor Suzanne Scott to discuss Fandom and Fan Culture. 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! 

MODD: How are you preparing to change the world? with Natalie England

Join Assistant Director of Communications for Moody College Natalie England to discuss How are you preparing to change the world? 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! 

MODD: Playing Games to Build Empathy and Make Connections with Dr. Joshua Barbour

Join Communications Studies Associate Professor Joshua Barbour to discuss Playing Games to Build Empathy and Make Connections. 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! 

MODD: Traveling to the Heart of a Story with Tracy Dahlby

Join School of Journalism and Media Professor Tracy Dalhby to discuss Traveling to the Heart of a Story. 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! 

MODD: PR Writing with Tamara Bell

Join Tamara Bell to discuss PR Writing. 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! 

MODD: Moody College Dean’s Office Informal Discussion with Dean Jay Bernhardt

Join Moody College Dean Jay Bernhardt for an informal 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! 

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