Congrats to David Moreno and his team, on doing a fantastic job this summer. Check out David and his team’s story in the Washington City Paper!
We are so proud of our very own Communication student David Moreno, who also the Banner Newspaper’s Opinion Writer and Editor, for winning the prestigious and competitive Sigma…
The Marymount University Banner Newspaper was invited to the Society of Professional Journalist Meeting hosted by George Washington University and in partnership with the University of Maryland! Student…
Congratulations to Dr. Kimberly Meltzer and Communication Major Abigail Vazquez Rosario for winning the Top Faculty Paper in the Theory and Methodology Division for their paper, “Challenges to…
Thank you to the three guest speakers that visited this Spring semester.
Kathy Burns, Past President of the DC area chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, career journalists, including at the Chicago Tribune, former bureau chief visited COMM 209 Contemporary Journalism on February 4.
Jacqueline Fuller, Marymount class of 2000, Communication Major. National President of the Religion Communicators Council and Reporter for The Washington Informer. She’s also on the board of the DC area Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ), visited on Monday, March 1 in COMM 100 Introduction to Media Communication.
Andy Medici, Senior Reporter, Washington Business Journal visited on Thursday, March 4 in COMM 209 Contemporary Journalism.
View Nicholas Munson’s full story on the Fall 2020 Communication Speaker Series on the Marymount University website!
Abigail Vázquez Rosario, a senior at Marymount studying Communication, shares about her experience working as a Marymount 2020 Summer Research Fellow.
Research fellows work with a faculty mentor on a research project and engage in weekly informative sessions with other fellows, faculty members, and researchers as part of the Fellows Program.
Abigail worked with the Chair of the Department of Communication, Dr. Kimberly Meltzer, on her project How Journalists Promote and Defend the Value of Journalism.
Dr. Kimberly Meltzer’s project focused on the challenges journalists and their news organizations face today from reputational and physical attacks, financial pressures, and the cultural, political, and public health turmoil of the pandemic, the protests for racial justice, and the upcoming elections.
Abigail shares that she enjoyed her experience working as a fellow and encourages other Marymount students to partake in this transformative experience.