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SOC Ellen Tripler Dying Green Oscar

Filmmaker Shines with Oscar Silver

MFA grad Ellen Tripler ’12 takes second major award for documentary 'Dying Green.'

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What's the greatest film scenes of all time? Watch the AU/SOC TV show and join the discussion.
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Digital Skills
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See what students are creating in our Digital Skills online certificate program.

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Four out of five stories on one recent Washington Post Metro section front page were written by SOC students or alumni.

Front Page News

Through a unique partnership, AU School of Communication students regularly cover local stories for The Washington Post as interns or fellows. These opportunities often lead to full-time jobs; four out of five stories on one recent Metro front page were written by SOC students or alumni.

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Lens on Israel

Senior Rachel Slattery captured beautiful scenes of Israel when she visited as part of the Birthright program.

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Our professors practice what they teach and publish respected books. Our students work in state-of-the-art labs and hold demanding internships. Submit your work to the School of Communication Web site


SOC Civil War portraits

Matt Lemanski interned at the National Museum of American History this summer as one of the Dean's internships and created videos, including one on Civil War portraits, for them as part of the internship.

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The capstone projects are the culmination of the PC master’s degree program at AU. All graduates complete a capstone as part of a capstone seminar working in close cooperation with faculty.

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Professor Angie Chuang's Race, Ethnic and Community Reporting class is exploring culture and race in the metro area and writing it about on the web site DC Intersections.

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