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  • School of Communication professor Chris Palmer has spent 25 years spent producing original programming for prime-time television and the large-format film industry.

    AU Professor's Book Gets Major Media Time

    Media coverage has exploded for environmental filmmaker and AU professor Chris Palmer's book, “Shooting in the Wild: An Insider's Account of Making Movies in the Animal Kingdom.” 
    October 6, 2010

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    Edward Norton Visits AU

    Edward Norton visited AU to discuss his new film, “Stone,” and answer questions on his acting career.
    October 6, 2010

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    Sold Out ONA Conference Hosts
    Wide Range of Talent

    AU’s SOC faculty, students and alumni will help welcome the nation’s digital journalists when they converge on Washington for the Online News Association’s annual conference Oct. 28-30.
    October 5, 2010

  • 2010 Alumni Achievement Awardee Brady ’89 Breaks New Ground in Journalism

    Fifteen years ago, this year’s Alumni Achievement Award winner, Jim Brady, SOC/BA ’89, left behind a traditional print-based sportswriter position with The Washington Post to pursue a career in online news reporting. Looking back, he has no regrets. 
    October 5, 2010

  • The 11th Annual Human Rights Film Series features films on a broad spectrum of human rights issues, from international aid and poverty to terrorism.

    Three Great Fall Film Series at SOC

    Film is a powerful way to connect people and tackle important cultural and political issues.  That's evident in the film series sponsored by SOC this semester.
    October 4, 2010

  • Liz Calka Named 2010 BleakHouse Fellow

    Winner of four AU Visions Awards, Liz Calka is also the 2010 BleakHouse Fellow, and as a part of her fellowship, will have a book of her photography published.
    September 29, 2010