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November 2019

Baker Honored with 2019 Hileman Award

Nannette Baker, Chief Magistrate Judge for the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri, received the Donald G. Hileman Distinguished Alumni Award. Read the full story.

2019 CCI Alumni & Faculty Awards

Five college alumni and six members of the faculty were honored for their accomplishments at the CCI 50th Anniversary Gala. Read more about the honorees.

CCI Names Room 316 for David Bohan

CCI named Room 316 in the Communications Building for longtime Board of Visitors member and advertising leader David Bohan (BS/Business Administration ’70). Read the full story.

Four Honored at UT Alumni Awards

Marshall Ramsey, Ed Ingle, Monica Abbott, and Dane Bradshaw were honored at the UT Alumni Awards and 225th Anniversary Gala. Read about the awards.

New CCI Faculty and Staff 

CCI has added five faculty members and a staff member, plus a staff member in a new role for the 2019-20 academic year. Read more about the new CCI employees.

Board of Visitors Updates for 2019-20

The College of Communication and Information welcomed seven new and five continuing members to the CCI Board of Visitors Class of 2022. Read about updates and news.

Responding to the Call

Jesse Cragwall, a major in the US Army Reserves, will take a leave from his job as assistant director of the Center for Information and Communication Studies. He’ll deploy for nine months and be stationed in Wiesbaden, Germany. Read the full story.

2019 Diversity & Inclusion Week 

“Reflect, Retool, and Reclaim” was the theme for CCI’s 2019 Diversity and Inclusion Week, which featured a documentary screening of “Change the Subject” and a presentation by executives from advertising giant Leo Burnett. Read more about this year’s events.

Former NOVA Executive Producer Mentors JEM Students

Sixteen students have spent much of the fall semester working on a documentary at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. Those students had a chance to learn from former NOVA executive producer Paula Apsell, who spent a week on campus as a distinguished lecturer in residency. Read more about these students’ experiences.