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Students, faculty and alumni of the Scripps College of Communication at Ohio University are constantly making headlines. In fact, we can't keep up with all of the good news! Read about some of the amazing accomplishments, events and happenings in Scripps and among its people below. You may want to use the tags below to sort for categories that pique your interest!


90 Minutes Series: a conversation with Lisa Maatz

Jan 20, 2017 Lisa Maatz, an Ohio University alumna, understands what the 2016 presidential election means for women in America. Attend a talk with Maatz, moderated by Lilli Sher, as part of the 90 Minutes Series on Wednesday, Jan. 25 at 7:30 p.m. in Morton Hall, 201.
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Retired COMS faculty member Dr. David Descutner named interim president at OHIO

Jan 20, 2017 Today the Ohio University Board of Trustees appointed retired School of Communication Studies faculty member Dr. David Descutner as interim president of the University, effective Feb. 18, 2017.
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VisCom alumnus Matt Eich to exhibit, present photography of Southeast Ohio

Jan 19, 2017 Photographic essayist Matt Eich, BSVC ’08, will deliver a presentation about his photographs that feature the people and communities of Southeast Ohio on Monday, Jan. 23, at 7:30 p.m. in Schoonover Center, 145.
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SMART Dialogue Series spring speakers announced

Jan 12, 2017 The Social Media Analytics Research Team (SMART) Lab is hosting a SMART Dialogue Series this semester where faculty, staff and students will prepare talks about social media research they are conducting.
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Five media students studied music production alongside Spoon’s Jim Eno

Jan 11, 2017 During fall finals week, five students studying music production in the School of Media Arts & Studies had the opportunity to travel to Austin, Texas, to work in the nationally renowned studio, Public Hi-Fi, and with producer Jim Eno, the drummer of the band Spoon.
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Immersive Media Initiative uses virtual reality to train medical students

Jan 11, 2017 Since receiving an $878,000 grant from Ohio University’s Innovation Strategy program, the Immersive Media Initiative team was able to begin work on a handful of virtual reality projects — they have tackled filmmaking and enhanced journalism, and they have also been busy with multiple VR projects in the medical field.
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