The A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications at Kansas State University is searching for a new director. The current interim director will not be a candidate for the permanent position. Applications will be reviewed beginning October 10, 2017.
Gen. (Ret.) Richard Myers, Kansas State University president, spoke to Deb Skidmore's Military Public Relations class on Oct. 25.
Briana Hawkins, one of our students who recently graduated in PR, visited Deb Skidmore's PR Writing class Sept. 22 to talk about Zoom.
JMC students Rafael Garcia and Braxton Jones were selected to attend the 2017 International Radio and Television Society (IRTS) Multicultural Career Workshop in New York City. The conference, which is in its 33rd year, presents an opportunity for multicultural students to network with representatives of major media companies.
Former director of the A.Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications, Dr. Everette Dennis, was selected as a Kansas State University Distinguished Lecturer. The Department of Communication Studies co-sponsored the lecture.
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.