MSU TV station, students nominated for multiple national production awards
Mississippi State University’s student-produced weekly newscast, Take 30 News, is a nominee for a national award from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.
Dr. Holli Seitz accepted into Mississippi Center for Clinical and Translational Research’s Mentoring Academy
Dr. Holli Seitz, an assistant professor in the Department of Communication, was accepted into the 2021-2022 class of participants in the Mississippi Center for Clinical and Translational Research’s Mentoring Academy.
Theatre MSU receives MAC grant to create original production promoting social change
Mississippi State’s Theatre MSU—the Department of Communication’s production division—has received a portion of more than $1.4 million in funding from the Mississippi Arts Commission to support the creation and performance of an original theatrical production.
MSU student news crew nominated for a National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences student production award
Mississippi State University’s student produced weekly newscast—Take 30 News—received a nomination for Best Newscast from the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Southeast Chapter for a Spring 2021 production.
MSU communication department, TV Center, WMSV radio station win big in state broadcasting awards
The Mississippi Association of Broadcasters is recognizing staff and students in Mississippi State’s Department of Communication, University Television Center and WMSV 91.1 FM campus radio station for excellence in broadcasting.
MSU students win Award of Excellence in 2021 Broadcast Education Association Audio challenge
Six MSU students won an Award of Excellence in the 2021 Broadcast Education Association 48-hour Audio challenge.
Communication senior one of five selected nationally for Broadway scholarship
A Mississippi State University senior is one of only five students chosen nationally to learn from a Broadway stage manager of color during the May 21-24 virtual meeting of Broadway professionals at their annual Broadway Stage Management Symposium.
Department honors Chambers, Knight and Seitz with annual awards
During the monthly department faculty meeting in April, Cheryl Chambers, Amy Knight and Holli Seitz were honored for their contributions to the department.
MSU’s Speech and Debate Council wins national championships, celebrates year of prestigious accomplishments
Mississippi State University’s Speech and Debate Council claimed top national honors in recent competitions, including Mia Robertson of Starkville winning two separate national championships.
The Reflector takes top honor at MPA Better Newspaper Contest
The Reflector took the top honor at the Mississippi Press Association’s 2021 Better Newspaper Contest, winning first place in General Excellence. The newspaper earned the top award and placed 19 times in other categories. Four Reflector staff members placed first in their individual categories.
Communication students win national honors in NBS competition
MSU Communication students won eight grand prize awards, six honorable mentions, and two special recognition/honorable mentions in the National Broadcasting Society annual competition.
MSU Speech and Debate team competes in the 13th annual Eddy Shell Invitational Tournament
The MSU Speech and Debate team competed in the 13th annual Eddy Shell Invitational Tournament this weekend. Hosted by Bossier Parish Community College, this tournament attracted experienced debaters from thirteen states across the nation.