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The Richard T. Robertson School of Media and Culture is strengthened by close ties among the media professions, our students, faculty and alumni. Students who gain experience as undergraduates may go on to offer internships to future students. Employers who participate in the internship program will have the opportunity to see new talent and benefit from students’ ideas and outlook on the media today.

OVERVIEW


Advisory Board >

The Richard T. Robertson School of Media and Culture is honored to benefit from the guidance of an advisory board, chaired by alumnus and special advisor to the president of…

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Diversity plan >

Revised March 2011 Statement for all School class syllabi: Commitment to diversity It is vital that students in this course broaden their journalism/mass communications experiences, with guidance from the instructor,…

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Offer Experience >

The academic programs offered by the Richard T. Robertson School of Media and Culture are rooted in meaningful, real-world experience. Students often begin this experience with an academic internship. If…

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Give >

To make your gift to the Richard T. Robertson School of Media and Culture, please complete and submit this online form. You will receive an acknowledgment of…

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Va. Comm Hall of Fame >

The Virginia Communications Hall of Fame recognizes communication professionals with exceptional careers in advertising, journalism, public relations, new media and other media fields. George Crutchfield, founding director the School…

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