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A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications

JMC Students Partner with National Science Foundation (NSF)

JMC students recently produced films that highlight National Science Foundation (NSF) Funded Research being conducted on the Kansas State University Campus for the second year.

The objective is to train students to produce excellent materials while promoting the work of the university's NSF-supported researchers. The videos will also help NSF communicate the value of basic research.

"This collaboration gives our students a chance to get some solid real-world experience," said Dr. Tom Hallaq, assistant professor of digital media. "Along the way they will also get their work noticed by one of the nation's most prestigious agencies with the possibility of national distribution."

 You can check them out at the NSF’s Science360.gov web site or at the Journalism and Mass Communications K-State Research Exchange (K-REx) page.

Or, enjoy them here!

Cell Migration

Created by Rayvin White and Tom Hallaq

A Grassland Bird's Changing World

Created by Callie Ogborn and Tom Hallaq

   

How do Fish Adapt to Extreme Environments? 

Created by Sam Hennigh and Tom Hallaq

Physport

Created by Andrew Shores and Tom Hallaq

Polyploidy

Created by Katherine Curtis and Tom Hallaq
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Journalism and Mass Communications K-State Research Exchange (K-REx) page.