Neff will give the first lecture in The Media School’s fall speaker series at 6 p.m. Thursday in the Franklin Hall commons.
IU seniors Amber Winborn, Melissa Dvojacki and Omeed Malek and juniors Ashley Renken and Khaila King attended Publicis Media’s Multicultural Talent Pipeline Oct. 10-12 in Atlanta.
Her work focuses on the social and psychological effects of media on youth.
The event is 4 p.m. Nov. 2 in the Moving Image Archive Screening Room.
(RE)FOCUS: Black America includes an open-door archive, two film screenings and a director talk.
The event is 5:30-7:30 p.m. Nov. 1 in Presidents Hall, Franklin Hall.
Media School graduate student Morgan Gard, senior Zain Pyarali and sophomores Connor Hines and Austin Render are the crew behind “Ambition: The New IU.”
He’ll present, “Video Games, 1982-1984,” at the IU History Graduate Association conference.
The initiative is an annual co-curricular program that partners students with local nonprofit organizations to tell positive stories from the Bloomington community.
The IU president joins dean Jim Shanahan for the podcast’s 100th episode.