Professors Daniel Panici and David Pierson served as panel presenters on the Entertainment Studies and Religion and Media Interest Groups’ co-sponsored panel, “Amusing Ourselves to Death?: The Merging of Information and Entertainment in the Age of Infotainment” on August 10, 2011 at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication in St. Louis, Missouri.
Communication and Media Studies Department
Professors Daniel Panici and David Pierson Serve as Panel Presenters at AEJMC in St. Louis
Now With No Prerequisites!
The following spring 2014 courses are offered with no prerequisites:
- CMS 102: Introduction to Communication
- CMS 103: Introduction to Media Studies
- CMS 284: Introduction to Cinema Studies
- CMS 288: History of International Cinema Since 1945
- CMS 298: Topics in Communication: Media, Culture, and Society
- CMS 320: Topics in Media Production (includes photojouralism & audio production II)
- CMS 330: Theories of Interpersonal Communication
- CMS 332: Communication in the Family
- CMS 390: Theories of Organizational Communication
- CMS 380: Film Genres: Horror
Additionally, CMS 330: Theories of Interpersonal Communication is offered during winter session.
If you have difficulty registering, contact Stephanie Towns.