Tag Archives: Writing

Champlain Students Win Big in NATA Student Production Competition

This year, several Filmmaking and Broadcast Media Production students were recognized in the Student Production competition of the New England Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATA).

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CCM Faculty Launches Books

Tim Brookes, Program Director for Professional Writing, launched two books at the Burlington Book Festival: The Ghost of Good Intentions and The Driveway Diaries Second Edition. The Ghosts of Good Intentions is a combination of Brookes’ Greatest Hits from his days with National Public Radio (NPR). It spans from 1989 to 2010 when Brookes was […]

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Professional Writing Major Gains Grant Writing Experience

While studying at our Montreal campus in Fall 2014, Professional Writing major, Melissa Nelson, gained valuable experience as a grant writer. During her semester abroad, Melissa wrote grants for Women in Cities International, an international organization working to promote women’s participation in urban development. “I’ve been able to propose program developments to the board of […]

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CCM Faculty Publishes Chapter in Pop Culture Collection

Cheryl Casey, Assistant Professor of Media Communication, has published a chapter in the edited collection, Baby Boomers and Popular Culture: An Inquiry into America’s Most Powerful Generation (2015, Praeger). Casey’s essay, entitled “Let the Games Begin: Baby Boomers, Capitalist Ideology, and the Containment of Gender in Sports Television,” links the emergence of the sports/media complex to the […]

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Call For Submissions: An Opportunity to Say the Things You’ve Never Said

Professional Writing Major, Amanda Schroth, is giving Champlain College and Burlington residents the opportunity to say what they’ve never had the courage to say in her capstone project, “Postcards Never Sent.” Schroth’s aim is to capture the secrets and confessions of Burlington residents in a series of postcards. Schroth’s project, combining her photography and the secret words […]

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WCAX Newsman Workshops with Students on Conducting Interviews

Electronic Media Writing students at Champlain College met with WCAX anchor, Darren Perron, to hone in their interviewing skills. Effective interviewing involves extensive research and preparation. Students were required to explore Perron’s life/career and develop complex questions that probed beyond the biographical information they gathered online. Students rose to the occasion. They asked Perron about […]

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