Alex Gold, a second year Master’s of Strategic Public Relations student, is working from the inside out, helping the editorial staff at Neon Tommy create strategies for promoting stories through social media.
In its first semester in operation, the USC Annenberg Media Center has been running like the newsroom it was intended to be, thanks largely to student journalists like Ani Ucar, who serves as the news director forNeon Tommy.
By most accounts, Darlene Lovell-Parker’s path to the USC Annenberg online Masters of Communication Management Program, from which she will graduate this spring, was anything but conventional.
USC Annenberg M.S. Journalism program students Jessica and Maritza Moulite were right by each other’s side moving from Miami to Los Angeles and starting a nine-month graduate program.
When Susan Valot graduated from college, she wasn’t sure she needed an advanced degree in journalism in order to pursue her craft. But when, after 17 years as a working journalist, she began to think about returning to school and becoming the first in her family to earn a master’s, she wasn’t sure how that dream was going to become a reality.
On May 17, Army Maj. Mike Nicholson will be one of 47 students who will have earned MCM degrees online.
Classmates who had never met: Master of Communication Management Online students gather for 2012 Homecoming
Nearly 50 Master of Communication Management Online students met face-to-face for the first time recently at an evening reception at USC