Interviews & Media
Chris Misun directs music video for Mississippi country music artist Emily White
Department of Communication Broadcast & Digital Journalism Instructor Chris Misun produced, directed, and edited a music video for Mississippi Singer/songwriter, Emily White. White debuts her first original single, "Child of Mississippi," off of her new album in the video. The music video was shot over the course of two and a half days in Meridian, Miss., in October of 2020. Emily White is a recording artist signed with Creative and Dreams Music Network.
Broadcast Instructor Chris Misun, in collaboration with multiple MSU departments, receives the 2020 CRPAM Grand Award in the Senior Division
The 2019 MSU Student Testimonial video series was a collaboration with the Mississippi State University Office of Public Affairs, Admissions and Scholarships, and the University Television Center.
PRISM team creates The Children’s Foundation of Mississippi’s website
The Children’s Foundation of Mississippi’s website was created by Dr. Terri Hernandez and student Madeline Burdine.
PRISM team creates "PRISM Organization Identity Campaign"
The PRISM team created an Organization Identity Campaign led by Hernandez and students Lauren Lucas, Madeline Burdine, and Peyton Neal.
PRISM team creates Mercedes-Benz of Tuscaloosa Social Media Campaigns
MBT hired the PRISM team for two different projects: 1. To help differentiate its brand by utilizing social media to communicate how MBT serves Tuscaloosa residents; and 2. To showcase community involvement and brand awareness among social media audiences.
Theatre MSU presents The Commedia Robinhood
Directors: Kat Moore and Taylor Barr; Scenery & Props: Abbigail Radius; Sound Design: Walker Harris; Technical Director: Rachel Van Namen; Stage Manager: Kat Hintz; Costumes: Melanie Harris
Matt Webb, MFA, creates Lighting Design for Palo Alto Players Zoom-only production of "An Act of God" by David Javerbaum
Provided design consultation and execution advice for the lighting of a live-to-Zoom theatrical event.
Dr. Holli Seitz presents "Using Communication Science to Promote Cancer Prevention and Detection" at University of Mississippi Medical Center Cancer Center and Research Institute
Christie Jones Lawrence presents Recruiting, Retaining & Developing Staff training for Mississippi Alliance of Nonprofits & Philanthropy
Dr. Terri Hernandez contributes to book chapter
Dr. Hernandez was one of many authors who contributed a book chapter entitled, "Influencer-Marketing: Is it Right for Your Brand?" to Brandi Watkins' book, Research Perspectives on Social Media Influencers and Brand Communication, which explored some positive and negative implications for employing social media influencers to represent an organization's brand.
CNN picks up article by Communication Instructor Cheryl Chambers
You wear your mask, keep 6 feet between yourself and others and are committed to safety. But the measures that help minimize your risk of Covid-19 can also have an impact on your interactions with others.
Dr. Pete Smith has article accepted for publication in Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Cultures
Dr. Pete Smith's article, "To Be Up and Doing": Journalist Kate Markham Power's Crusade Journalism and Case Against Woman Suffrage in Post-Civil War Mississippi, will be published in a 2021 issue of Mississippi Quarterly: The Journal of Southern Cultures.
Public Relations student Marisa Laudadio defends senior thesis
Marisa Laudadio successfully defended her senior honors thesis, “Examining the Intentional Use of Rhetoric in Legal Argumentation to Advocate for F
Reflector journalists win national website and news awards
Brandon Grisham and the Reflector won the Grand Prize for best website and Mary Mad LaMastus won the Grand Prize for best web news article at the 57th Annual National Electronic Media Association awards in Los Angeles.
MSU students garner regional, national journalism awards
The Reflector staff took several top awards at the conference, including for general news reporting, sports photography, and commentary. In all, the Reflector won seven first place awards and 16 second and third place awards.
Two Theatre students advance in short film competition
Every Little Thing, a short film created by Nathan Cleveland and Emma Denson was recently chosen as one of four films to move on to the next round of short-film competition in Hollywood. The short film debuted in the Campus Movie Fest at MSU where Cleveland also received the Silver Tripod for Best Actor.