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College of the Arts Introduces Arts and Health Graduate Certificate Program

Radio Waves: Call him Professor Kaminski - The Record

Photo: Mike Peters

Panelists take questions at the Town Hall Discussion on the first day of the "ENGAGE Local" conference.

Center for Cooperative Media Holds Engage Local Conference

Second national conference focuses on revolution in media and how it affects cities

Photo: John Munson

2015 Montclair State graduate Steven Melone at the WPIX studios in Manhattan.

Stepping Out into the World

Jobs and prestigious graduate programs await Montclair State 2015 graduates

Center for Cooperative Media to Hold Engage Local Conference

Image by Mike Peters

College of the Arts soon-to-be graduates gather for Convocation at Sprague Field on campus.

College of the Arts Graduates of 2015, Shine On!

The team who made "Critical Incident Critical Response" possible, from left to right: Robert Klemt, West Orange Liberty Middle School Principal, Dr. Larry Londino, Professor at the School of Communication and Media, Andrew Karn of Taser, Krystal Acosta, producer, Patricia Piroh, associate director of Broadcast and Media Operations, Lieutenant John Morella of West Orange Police, Officer Scott Smarsh of West Orange Police, John Riedener of Target Behavioral Response Laboratory, Gladstone Reid of Target Behavioral Response Laboratory, Robert Hegarty of Picatinny Arsenal, and Nick Tzanis, the Director of Broadcast and Media Operations.

The School of Communication and Media Presents a New Documentary Film CRITICAL INCIDENT CRITICAL RESPONSE

Roundtable Information Session: MA in Public and Organizational Relations

Learn more about the Master in Public and Organizational Relations Program on May 28th, 6pm.

Congratulations 2015 School of Communication and Media Award Recipients and Graduating Students

Photo: Dan Epstein Photography

The “Guantanamo Diary: A Reading and Conversation” panel, from left, moderator Leonard Lopate, attorney Nancy Hollander and editor Larry Siems.

Montclair State and PEN Present “Guantánamo Diary: A Reading and Conversation”