New Issue: Cinesthesia 2014
Cinesthesia: The Grand Valley Journal of Cinema was established to provide undergraduates the opportunity to showcase their academic work in the field of cinema studies. Operated by students under the auspices of the School of Communications and with the guidance of a faculty member in the Film and Video Production program, Cinesthesia aims to provoke a dynamic critical discourse on the cinema that engages diverse perspectives on film and culture.
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July 7, 2014
Alumnus Is Partner in New Firm Specializing in Corporate Films
May 16, 2014
Theatre Alumna Wins Fulbright Grant to Go to Ghana
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The School of Communications at Grand Valley State University considers creative activity and scholarly achievement an important part of the construction of meaning in society.
The curriculum within the School of Communications reflects a commitment to integrate professional and liberal education.
The study of communication at Grand Valley State University emphasizes a broad understanding of the field combined with a solid knowledge of specific technical skills.
Foregrounding a liberal arts context, emphasis is placed on learning-by-doing.
Students frequently participate in creative performances, exhibitions, and publications related to their chosen major field of study.
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