Communication and Media Culture


Global Journalism Trip to Vietnam

Professor Ernabel Demillo led a global journalism trip to Vietnam during the winter break, along with her co-faculty leader Georgia Kral. During the trip students met and interviewed David Clark and Rich Allen, two American Vietnam veterans who live in Vietnam and volunteer for Veterans for Peace in Da Nang. Clark and his wife Ushi, […]

Communications and Journalism Students Visit ABC Studio

Ernabel Demillo, lecturer of communication and head of the journalism minor, recently took a group of communication and journalism students to the ABC daytime talk show, Strahan, Sarah and Keke. The show is filmed at ABC’s Times Square studio. Students were given VIP treatment and were able to speak with and take photos with Michael […]

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Assistant Professor Moderates Panel at International Literature Festival

Fatima Shaik, assistant professor in the department of communication and media culture, moderated a panel at the PEN World Voices Festival of International Literature in New York City on April 21. The panel was titled, “What Shall We Tell the Children?” and featured four award winning writers and illustrators. Full Story.

Gabriella Robles ’18 Awarded CUNY Fellowship

Gabriella Robles ’18 (English major and journalism minor) is one of this year’s recipients of the highly competitive Knight/CUNY-Journalism Fellowship. The program is designed to address underrepresentation in newsrooms in the United States. The summer fellowship/internship program includes tuition, room and board, transportation and a paid internship during the summer. At the end of the […]

Integrated Marketing Executive for FDA Campaign Talks to Marketing Communications Students

Adelia “Dee Dee” Faison Moore, associate director, events and partnerships, for Initiative, a marketing communications agency within the Interpublic network of companies, spoke to Adjunct Professor Kimberley Norsworthy’s marketing communications class. Moore talked to students about cause and mission related marketing and the intricacies of the FDA’s Fresh Empire campaign, which she oversees. Fresh Empire […]

Journalism students to see a live taping of Emmy-nominated show HARRY

Journalism Professor Ernabel Demillo took a group of journalism students to see a live taping of the Emmy-nominated show HARRY, hosted by Harry Connick Jr. at the CBS Broadcast Center in New York. Students got to see first hand how a live television show comes together. Connick’s special guests included actors Kurt Russell and Zach […]

Student Receives This Year’s Golden Door International Film Festival Scholarship

Journalism professor Ernabel Demillo presented Gabriella Robles ’18, an English major and a journalism minor, with this year’s Golden Door International Film Festival $1000 Scholarship for an outstanding college student in the visual/media arts. The scholarship is funded by Michelle and Bill Sorvino, organizers of the annual Golden Door International Film Festival of Jersey City, […]

Beyoncé’s Publicist Comes to Campus

Yvette Noel Schure, Beyoncé’s publicist, spoke to students about her experience in media. Along with Beyoncé, Schure has run press campaigns for major music artists including Prince, John Legend and many others.

Students Go Behind the Scenes at Walt Disney World Over Spring Break

This March, students taking “Disney: Behind the Scenes” in the department of communication and media culture were able to do just that–go behind the scenes at Walt Disney World. Fourteen students accompanied by Cynthia W. Walker, Ph.D., associate professor and chair, Barna Donovan, Ph.D., associate professor, and data science graduate student, Chris Walker ’18, spent […]

Asian American Life, Hosted by Communications Professor is Nominated for an Emmy

CUNY-TV show Asian American Life, hosted by Ernabel Demillo, lecturer of communications and head of the journalism minor at Saint Peter’s University was nominated for two New York Emmy Awards. In addition, she received an individual Emmy nomination for Best History/Cultural Segment for “Ties that Bind: Filipinos in New York.” Read the full announcement here.