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Spring 2019 College Offerings
Wednesday, November 7, 2018

If you see a course in another department that you would like to take with a media focus, you can have it evaluated by submitting this form to our Director of Undergraduate Programs (DUP).

Courses being offered by other departments this semester, which have been approved for acceptance toward your Media Studies major are listed below.

ARTH 3559 - Michelangelo (nonUS)
DRAM 3652 - Production Management (Practice only)
ENWR 2700 - News Writing (Practice only)
FRTR 3584 - Masterpieces of French Cinema (nonUS, film)
GETR 3590 - Serial Media (nonUS)
ITTR 3559 - Michelangelo (nonUS)
JPTR 3559- Authorship, Adaptation, Citation in Japanese Narratives (nonUS)
PLAP 3140 - Mass Media and American Politics (Policy)
STS 2500 Telling the Story of Science and Engineering: Making Documentary Video (PoM)

Fall 2018 Course Offerings
Tuesday, April 17, 2018

If you see a course in another department that you would like to take with a media focus, you can have it evaluated by submitting this form to our Director of Undergraduate Programs (DUP).

Courses being offered by other departments this semester, which have been approved for acceptance toward your Media Studies major are listed below.

ARCH 2710 - CAAD 3D Geometrical Modeling and Visualization (Practice only)
ENWR 2700 - News Writing (Practice only)
FRTR 3584 - Masterpieces of French Cinema (nonUS, film)
GETR 3566 - Weimer Cinema (nonUS, Film)
GETR 3590 - Reporters at War (nonUS)
ITTR 3559 -  Sex, Gender and Racial Identities in the Glocal Context (D&I)
JPTR 3320 - Cinematic Images of Japanese Culture and Society (nonUS, film)
MESA 3111 - Film Festivals & Global Media Cultures (nonUS, film)
PERS 3559 - Modernity and Iran's Post-Revolutionary Cinema (D&I, film)
PLAP 3140 - Mass Media and American Politics (Policy)
POTR 4260- Brazilian Media (nonUS, Film)
WGS 3559 -  Sex, Gender and Racial Identities in the Glocal Context (D&I)
 

Updated September 7, 2018

Host Companies for Internships
Tuesday, December 12, 2017

The following are companies that have hosted Media Studies Student Interns:

Acutronic (Pittsburgh, PA)

American Sociologial Association (Washington, DC)

Atlas Obscura (Multiple)

Backstory (Charlottesville, VA)

Bloomberg (New York, NY)

Cavalier Daily (Charlottesville, VA)

Charlottesville Albemarle Convention & Visitors Bureau (Charlottesville, VA)

Charlottesville Tomorrow (Charlottesville, VA)

Chips Quinn Scholars (National)

CRC Companies (Arlington, VA)

C-Ville (Charlottesville, VA)

Darden Center for Global Initiatives (Charlottesville)

Digi Studios (New York, NY)

Emmis Communications (various locations)

Fan Media (Charlottesville, VA)

GreenBlue (Charlottesville, VA)

HBO ACCESS (Santa Monica, CA)

Lighthouse Studio (Charlottesville, VA)

Little Things (New York, NY)

March on Washington Film Festival (Washington, DC)

Newswise (Charlottesville, VA)

Presidential Precinct (Charlottesville, VA)

Rooster GNN (Madrid, Spain)

S&P Global Market Intelligence (Charlottesville, VA)

Silverthorn Films (Charlottesville, VA)

Spirit of 608 (Charlottesville, VA)

Sports Thread (Charlottesville, VA [remote])

The Daily Caller (Washington, DC)

The Dallas Morning News (Dallas, TX or Washington, DC)

The New York Times (New York, NY or Washington, DC)

The Pioneer (Charlottesville, VA)

The Sports Quotient

The Texas Tribune (Austin, TX)

The Valentine (Richmond, VA)

United States Marine Corp. (Quantico, VA)

UVa Information Technology Services (Charlottesville, VA)

UVa Marketing and Promotions (Charlottesville, VA)

Virginia Film Office (Richmond, VA)

Virginia Quarterly Review (Charlottesville, VA)

Wildrock (Charlottesville, VA unpaid)

With Good Reason (Charlottesville, VA)

WNRN (Charlottesville, VA)

WPVC 94 (Charlottesville, VA)

2018 Graduation
Thursday, October 12, 2017

2018 Graduation will be on May 19, 2018. The department ceremony will be in Old Cabell Hall at 3:00pm. Due to the size of the venue, and the number of graduates, students will be allotted 3 guest tickets for the ceremony.

Graduation
Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Graduates will receive one (1) student ticket for themselves and three (3) guest tickets. Ticket pickup is as follows:

FRIDAY, April 21st in WILSON 217

                9am-noon  and 1pm-3pm

 

MONDAY, April 24th in WILSON 127

                9am-noon and 1pm-3pm

 

TUESDAY, April 25th in WILSON 127

                9am-noon and 1pm-3pm

You will need to bring your student id and sign for your tickets. Please do not randomly stop by the office for your tickets, as they will be locked up at other times.

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