After receiving rave reviews and an award at the Tribeca Film Festival, Professor Osder's "Let the Fire Burn" opens theatrically at E Street Cinema on December 6. He will also hold a Q&A at the 7:15 pm showing on December 10. Buy Your Tickets Now
Political Communication major John Perrino recently appeared on CNN with his classmates as part of a Reliable Sources segment hosted by his Professor, Frank Sesno. The "Multimedia to Inform and Engage" students discussed media coverage of the federal shutdown, and Perrino decided to write about what the experience meant to him. Read More
Professor Steven Livingston's latest report, Africa's Information Revolution: Implications on Crime, Policing, and Citizen Security, found that technology interventions decrease crime and increase police accountability. It has been shared among top officials in embassies, governments and NGOs in the United States and around the world. Read More
The playlist of videos on the left features some of SMPA's events from the past year. Race and the Race for the Presidency explored the importance of race in modern American politics. Scandal and Silence created debate over issues prevalent in SMPA Professor Robert Entman's latest book. Campaign 2012 was an alumni/student networking salon for those who have worked on real political campaigns. Reinventing Professionalism celebrated SMPA Professor Silvio Waisbord's newest book and created discussion on professionalism in modern journalism.
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