Student Productions and Other Opportunities

  • What’s Happening for Graduate Students?

    Communications media graduate students can engage in many activities outside of the classroom, further enriching their studies. You can also view an index of current students’ production and scholarships.

    Student Productions

    CMIT students are active scholars and media producers.

    The list of Student Presentations and Publications includes more than 350 examples of student research, including publications in peer-reviewed academic journals and presentations at regional, national, and international conferences.

    CMIT student productions have included radio documentaries, video public service announcements, photographs, animations, and simulations. Examples of student productions include work produced in Second Life and an internationally recognized, award-winning video game proposal.

    Journal of Communications Media Studies

    The department publishes this peer-reviewed academic journal that is nationally distributed through EBSCOHost and Academic OneFile. Students can participate and learn the publication process as well as submit articles for consideration.