Advertising professor wins major award for Va. Farm Bureau commercial

Aug 23, 2016
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Jay Adams, an associate professor of advertising in the Richard T. Robertson School of Media and Culture at VCU, recently won a bronze award at the Summit Creative International Awards show, competing against more than 5,000 entries from advertising professionals across the world.


Faculty Q&A Series: Karen McIntyre

Aug 8, 2016
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Journalism professor Karen McIntyre, Ph.D., discusses constructive journalism


IYLEP 2016

Aug 8, 2016
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Two Robertson School professors host last year of long-running exchange course


Public relations students help local pediatric therapy office

Jun 8, 2016
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This past semester public relations students in the Richard T. Robertson School of Media and Culture worked with Treehouse Pediatric Therapy to create communications solutions designed to increase awareness of the organization’s mission and services.


Robertson School professor talks with media on local and national elections

Jun 6, 2016
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Marcus Messner, Ph.D, an associate professor of journalism in the Richard T. Robertson School of Media and Culture, recently gave an interview...


Faculty Q&A series: Bob Levey

Jun 2, 2016
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Bob Levey, a longtime reporter and columnist for the Washington Post, will be serving as the visiting Distinguished Dabney Professor during the fall 2016 semester. He will be teaching two courses during the semester, as well as giving multiple lectures.


Virginia nonprofit offering scholarships to mass communication students across the state

May 20, 2016
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I Wish I Never Started, a nonprofit in Virginia that educates people about opiate addiction in the state, is offering multiple scholarships to mass communication students through a video competition.


Robertson School graduates largest class to date at annual spring commencement

May 16, 2016
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This past Friday the Richard T. Robertson School of Media and Culture graduated its largest class to date at the Richmond Convention Center during the School’s annual spring commencement ceremony...


Student wins $1,000 in Hearst contest

May 11, 2016
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Sarah King, a student in VCU's Capital News Service, won a $1,000 scholarship for receiving fourth place in the breaking news competition of the Hearst Foundation's Journalism Awards Program, the foundation announced Wednesday.


New fall course taught by Washington Post columnist to look at past, present and future of news media

May 10, 2016
Posted in: News

This fall students in the Richard T. Robertson School of Media and Culture will have a chance to learn from a media veteran about the rapid changes in the news industry.

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