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News & Updates from the A.Q. Miller School of Media and Communication

A.Q. Miller School Launches New Advertising & Public Relations, News & Sports Media Degrees; Updates Communication Studies Degree

The newly merged A.Q. Miller School of Media and Communication announces new degree programs in advertising and public relations and news and sports media, and an updated communication studies degree for summer 2022.

 

Nearly $190,000 in scholarships awarded for 2022-2023

The A.Q. Miller School awards 92 students with scholarships totaling nearly $190,000 for the 2022-2023 academic year.

 

Sign up for K-State Debate Summer Camp July 31 – August 8

Six days of instruction and competition in-person on the Manhattan Campus. For high school competitors in debate who want to hone their skills and get a taste of college-level competition.

 

Sign up for the Flint Hills Publications Workshop July 17-19

For high school journalism students and advisers. Sessions focus on leadership, writing, design, photography, broadcast, and social media.

 

Collegian Media Group Sweeps Gold Newspaper, Magazine, and Yearbook at Kansas Collegiate Media Conference

CMG wins 63 individual awards at the Kansas Collegiate Media conference, sweeping three Gold categories for Best Overall Newspaper, Yearbook, and Magazine.

 

Strategic Health Communications Courses Offered in New Public Health Degree Programs

The A.Q. Miller School is excited to offer courses in strategic health communications as part of their new Bachelor and Master of Science in Public Health.

 

Professors Publish Research on First-Gen Students and Diversity in Advertising Industry

Professors study the perspectives of first-generation college students and their college experiences that develop a bridge into professional life.