Communicating Through Animation – “Neanderthals”
In this experimental, silent short film by three students in Dr. Evelyn Stiller’s Communicating Through Animation course, the themes of friendship, teamwork, and the importance of invention are explored through the experiences of two early humans.
Virtual Towns and Schools
Ever wonder how classes such as Technical Communication can help your future career? After graduating from PSU, Luke O’Hanley was hired to do content management and maintenance for Virtual Towns & Schools, a web and content development company that serves a wide variety of schools, libraries, and towns across New England!
Check out the page for the multiple-Emmy® winning television series, The Folklorist–our own former student, Katie Rubino, is currently a production intern at the show’s production company NewTV, based out of Newton, MA. If you watch the latest episode, keep an eye out for Katie’s name in the credits under the Production Team!
Aussie on the Women’s Hockey Team
Learn about our resident Australian National Women’s Ice Hockey team member in this video by Journalism students Alli Myers and Amy Locke. This was made as a project in the CM3670 Journalism, Fall 2012 course.
The Berlin Mural
The department is proud to have co-sponsored the premiere of a film, The Berlin Mural, by alumni Kaleb Hart.