Klein College of Media and Communication

Temple grad lands spot at Billboard Awards
Type: In the Media
May 19, 2013
With intense focus, SMC grad set sights on career as a game show host
Type: News Story
As a child with Asperger’s Syndrome, Brian Schwartz became fixated on game shows. From Bob Barker to Wink Martindale, he learned everything there was to know about this exciting television niche. Now 30, Schwartz is graduating with a degree in media studies and production and stakes claim to being Temple University Television's first game show host.
May 13, 2013
Debt free and with a job waiting, DC native is set to succeed
Type: News Story
Years of planning and hard work have enabled Fabien Navidi-Kasmai to graduate from college debt-free at only 20 years old. The media studies and production major recalls how he would work straight through entire weekends at his job delivering pizza. After graduation, he will move to Virginia to start work as project manager for Blastech Associates.
May 13, 2013
Journalism major succeeds under heavy weight of responsibility
Type: News Story
When soon-to-be journalism grad Luci Volpe receives her degree at Commencement this week, she will be fulfilling a pledge she made to her mother years ago. Volpe has persevered and thrived despite taking on tremendous responsibility after losing both parents by the age of 14.
May 10, 2013
Boston shows promise and pitfalls of social media
Type: In the Media
April 17, 2013
Dean candidates' visits continue this week
Type: Announcement
Candidates for dean positions in the College of Health Professions and Social Work, the School of Media and Communication and the College of Education will continue their visits to Temple this week. Each finalist will present a scholarly talk open to the university community and participate in sessions for staff, faculty and students within each respective school/college.
April 18, 2013
Dean candidate visits continue this week
Type: Announcement
Candidates for dean positions in the College of Health Professions and Social Work, the School of Media and Communication and the College of Education will continue their visits to Temple this week. Each finalist will present a scholarly talk open to the university community and participate in sessions for staff, faculty and students within each respective school/college.
April 14, 2013
Temple student wins Peanut Chews ad contest
Type: In the Media
April 4, 2013
Temple student leads Spanish newscast
Type: In the Media
March 26, 2013
A shameful silence on abortion clinic scandal
Type: In the Media
March 29, 2013
Video Hoaxes: We're Such Suckers
Type: In the Media
March 29, 2013
Comcast now nation's second largest advertiser
Type: In the Media
March 16, 2013
Proud Temple alum has Hall of Fame moment
Type: In the Media
March 17, 2013
Temple student wins prestigious Overseas Press Club Foundation Scholarship
Type: Accolade
Jad Sleiman is the first Temple student to win the prestigious Overseas Press Club Foundation Scholarship. Sleiman was among 14 aspiring foreign correspondents selected by a panel of leading journalists from a pool of 165 applicants at 72 different colleges and universities.
March 18, 2013
New York Times' defense of leaks misguided
Type: In the Media
March 13, 2013
Do we still need a black media?
Type: In the Media
March 4, 2013
Student groups join together to discuss the reality of suicide
Type: News Story
On Tuesday, representatives from more than 50 Temple student organizations joined Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter and fellow students in the Temple Performing Arts Center for an event designed to promote suicide awareness and non violence. “Peace in the City” was organized by Jaimee Swift, a senior communications major and president of the campus women’s group, Her Campus Temple.
March 6, 2013
Temple student crowned Miss Philadelphia
Type: In the Media
March 4, 2013

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