BMCC Communication Studies Club

BMCC Communication Studies Club The BMCC Communications Studies Club welcomes students to join and become a resource for each other as they share information and opportunities together.

Bowling is one way to de-stress from Midterms 🎳 🤷🏻‍♂️.  Great day to meet some of our new club members!!!Thanks @framesn...
10/30/2019

Bowling is one way to de-stress from Midterms 🎳 🤷🏻‍♂️. Great day to meet some of our new club members!!!

Thanks @framesnyc
@ Frames New York

Thank you to all our students and professors who attended our Communications Studies Program Orientation!! A great way t...
10/25/2019

Thank you to all our students and professors who attended our Communications Studies Program Orientation!! A great way to learn more about the program and our resources. Special guest alumni cameo and former CSC Vice President @sharkohanna

More Pictures from Tonight’s Wonderful Panel @bmcc_cuny  @ Borough of Manhattan Community College/CUNY
05/02/2019

More Pictures from Tonight’s Wonderful Panel @bmcc_cuny @ Borough of Manhattan Community College/CUNY

Here is The BMCC Communication Studies Program hosting a Panel on “Negotiating Difficult Conversations” @richard Harris ...
05/02/2019

Here is The BMCC Communication Studies Program hosting a Panel on “Negotiating Difficult Conversations” @richard Harris terrace in the Main Building @bmcc_cuny @ Borough of Manhattan Community College/CUNY

Last Wednesday (4/3/2019)our Club was honored to Have Professor Antoine Hardy of the Communication Studies Program to ho...
04/10/2019

Last Wednesday (4/3/2019)our Club was honored to Have Professor Antoine Hardy of the Communication Studies Program to host a wonderful Workshop on Community Dialogue as Conflict Resolution and also on demonstrating ways to use dialogue to resolved issues in our respective communities. @ Borough of Manhattan Community College/CUNY

Thanks to all of our speakers and guests who came by for our COM Program Orientation last Wednesday!!👨‍🏫👩‍🏫  If you miss...
03/10/2019

Thanks to all of our speakers and guests who came by for our COM Program Orientation last Wednesday!!👨‍🏫👩‍🏫 If you missed it, please don’t hesitate to stop by S628 in the Chambers St Main Building to pick up the blue information booklet







#boroughofmanhattancommunitycollege #communicationsmajor #orientation

Season’s greetings from our heart to yours!
12/25/2018

Season’s greetings from our heart to yours!

#LatePost our semesterly NYC Walking Tour took us to the Lower East Side over the weekend where we surveyed street art/g...
12/19/2018

#LatePost our semesterly NYC Walking Tour took us to the Lower East Side over the weekend where we surveyed street art/graffiti.

Swipe left to enjoy the highlights.

#NYCTour #StreetArt #Graffiti #mural #murals

Ohana!#Bowling 🎳
12/15/2018

Ohana!

#Bowling 🎳

Bowling Party 🎳  @ Frames New York
12/15/2018

Bowling Party 🎳 @ Frames New York

Thank you all for an incredible Fall 2018! Best wishes to all those who are transferring and see you next semester to ev...
12/12/2018

Thank you all for an incredible Fall 2018! Best wishes to all those who are transferring and see you next semester to everyone else.

#BMCC

Help us welcome our new Club President Kevin Quia!
12/06/2018

Help us welcome our new Club President Kevin Quia!

Today is Election Day!
12/05/2018

Today is Election Day!

Congratulations are in order for our club officers who were recognized at the Academy Academy of Leadership and Service ...
12/01/2018

Congratulations are in order for our club officers who were recognized at the Academy Academy of Leadership and Service Awards this afternoon.

Faculty Advisor, Dr. Tzu-Wen Cheng received the COACH Advisor Award while Club President Romario R. Ricketts was awarded the COACH Award for club leaders. Vice-President Hanna Sharko also received recognition for her participation in the Careers Exploration Program.

The BMCC Academy Awards, an initiative of the Office of Student Activities, recognizes outstanding leaders who have made significant contributions on campus.

#MemberSpotlight- Melissa, future Journalist and Therapist - Kiyonah, budding Human Rights Lawyer
11/30/2018

#MemberSpotlight
- Melissa, future Journalist and Therapist
- Kiyonah, budding Human Rights Lawyer

Be sure to go out and support the @bmccwritersguild Open Mic 🎤 Night on Friday, November 30 starting at 7PM in room S341...
11/29/2018

Be sure to go out and support the @bmccwritersguild Open Mic 🎤 Night on Friday, November 30 starting at 7PM in room S341.

The event is being held under the theme “Triumph and Defeat” and is open to the public.

Workshop #8Topic: Feminist Analysis: Tropes vs. Women in Video Games 🎮Facilitator: Dr. Naida Zukić, Associate Professor ...
11/29/2018

Workshop #8

Topic: Feminist Analysis: Tropes vs. Women in Video Games 🎮

Facilitator: Dr. Naida Zukić, Associate Professor in the Speech, Communications, and Theatre Arts Department

You are all invited to a Mass Media workshop tomorrow (Wednesday) 2-3:45 PM in Room F204 by Professor Naida Zukić.______...
11/28/2018

You are all invited to a Mass Media workshop tomorrow (Wednesday) 2-3:45 PM in Room F204 by Professor Naida Zukić.
___________
Media narratives have a powerful cultivation effect helping to shape cultural attitudes and opinions about gender roles/expectations. The workshop explores theories of gender hegemony as represented in video games. More specifically, we will examine the ways in which gender stereotypes and media representations of women’s deaths in video games normalize, maintain, and perpetuate systemic and institutional sexism.

Join us tomorrow at 2 pm. Room F204. Dr. Zukic's workshop "Feminist Analysis: Trope vs. Women in Video Games"
11/28/2018

Join us tomorrow at 2 pm. Room F204.
Dr. Zukic's workshop "Feminist Analysis: Trope vs. Women in Video Games"

Post-NBC Studios Tour photosToday we enjoyed behind-the-scene access to the studios of our favorite NBC programs, like T...
11/24/2018

Post-NBC Studios Tour photos

Today we enjoyed behind-the-scene access to the studios of our favorite NBC programs, like The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Saturday Night Live, Late Night with Seth Meyers, and more.

Happy Thanksgiving 🍂 🍁 🦃
11/22/2018

Happy Thanksgiving 🍂 🍁 🦃

Workshop #5 ✅• Topic: Understanding “Fake News”• Facilitator: Dr. Scott Tulloch, Associate Professor in the Speech, Comm...
11/21/2018

Workshop #5 ✅
• Topic: Understanding “Fake News”
• Facilitator: Dr. Scott Tulloch, Associate Professor in the Speech, Communications, and Theatre Arts Department

Today we were privileged to have Dr. Scott Tulloch to lead a workshop on the “Fake News” phenomena. During his interacti...
11/21/2018

Today we were privileged to have Dr. Scott Tulloch to lead a workshop on the “Fake News” phenomena. During his interactive workshop, Dr. Tulloch tracked the history of “Fake News”, explained how it is crafted, covered it’s socio-political implications for contemporary society, and gave advice on how to identify and deconstruct it.

We could not have asked for a more insightful workshop.

In this photo, Club President Romario R. Ricketts hands Tulloch a certificate of appreciation.

#MemberSpotlight: Joana Baptist, budding Advertising Exec, and Jahlil Rush the future ABC News anchor.Start here, go any...
11/16/2018

#MemberSpotlight: Joana Baptist, budding Advertising Exec, and Jahlil Rush the future ABC News anchor.

Start here, go anywhere!

Post-workshop photo 📸 with the with Dr. Brianne Waychoff, Associate Professor and Coordinator of the Gender and Women’s ...
11/15/2018

Post-workshop photo 📸 with the with Dr. Brianne Waychoff, Associate Professor and Coordinator of the Gender and Women’s Studies Program.

Today’s workshop focused on Gender and Communication, zooming in on topics related to sexual assault, harassment and consent.

CONSENT IS NOT:1. Pressured2. Maybe3. Constant4. Assumed5. Silent 6. UnconsciousDr. Brianne Waychoff, Associate Professo...
11/15/2018

CONSENT IS NOT:
1. Pressured
2. Maybe
3. Constant
4. Assumed
5. Silent
6. Unconscious

Dr. Brianne Waychoff, Associate Professor and Coordinator of the Gender and Women’s Studies Program.

Workshop #6 ✅• Topic: Gender and Communication• Facilitator: Dr. Brianne Waychoff, Associate Professor and Coordinator o...
11/15/2018

Workshop #6 ✅
• Topic: Gender and Communication
• Facilitator: Dr. Brianne Waychoff, Associate Professor and Coordinator of the Gender and Women’s Studies Program.

Today’s workshop zoomed in on topics related to sexual assault, harassment and consent.

We’re looking forward to see you this afternoon between 2-3:45pm in room F204!
11/14/2018

We’re looking forward to see you this afternoon between 2-3:45pm in room F204!

Meet. Learn. Enjoy.
11/09/2018

Meet. Learn. Enjoy.

Club President Romario presents certificate of appreciation to Victoria Apostol-Marius (Women’s Resource Center Program ...
11/08/2018

Club President Romario presents certificate of appreciation to Victoria Apostol-Marius (Women’s Resource Center Program Coordinator) after her interactive social change and leadership workshop.

Workshop #5 ✅-Topic: Social Model Change of Leadership Development-Facilitator: @Victoria Victoria Apostol-Marius, Progr...
11/08/2018

Workshop #5 ✅

-Topic: Social Model Change of Leadership Development
-Facilitator: @Victoria Victoria Apostol-Marius, Program Coordinator at the Women’s Resource Center

Our Vice-President Hanna Sharko is the Center for Career Development’s student of the month! Help us wish her congratula...
11/08/2018

Our Vice-President Hanna Sharko is the Center for Career Development’s student of the month! Help us wish her congratulations!

Check out our Student of the Month for November!

Workshop Alert🚨: Introduction to Social Change Model of Leadership DevelopmentVictoria Apostol-Marius is the Program Coo...
11/07/2018

Workshop Alert🚨: Introduction to Social Change Model of Leadership Development

Victoria Apostol-Marius is the Program Coordinator at Women’s Resource Center.

She graduated from Central European University, Hungary in 2014, where she accomplished her second Master of Arts specializing in International Criminal Justice and Human Rights. Victoria is also a graduate of the Master program on Policies, Gender and Minorities from the National School of Political Studies and Public Administration, Romania.

She is a former Open Society Justice Initiative Fellow and regularly publishes on www.Platzforma.md on topics related to gender equality, reproductive and sexual rights, feminism and activism.
#bmcc

Who run the world? GIRLS!!!Words cannot express how grateful we are for these drive phenomenal women who made yesterday’...
11/06/2018

Who run the world? GIRLS!!!

Words cannot express how grateful we are for these drive phenomenal women who made yesterday’s event possible.

From left they are Davisha Davis (event organizer and Founder of @projectvinc), Charell Star (Director of Content and Innovation at Essence Marketing), Sandra Okeluru (Stylist and Costume Designer), Jasmine Stein ( Director of Brand Strategy and Creative Services), Brandi Hunter (VP of PR and Communications at the American Kennel Club), and Kesha Brown (Founder of Brown Resumes, Inc.).

Last evening the Communication Studies Program and Club partnered with Project V, a non-profit initiative whose mission ...
11/06/2018

Last evening the Communication Studies Program and Club partnered with Project V, a non-profit initiative whose mission is to create a talent network for Women of Color interested in pursuing a career in media, to host ‘A Seat at the Table.’

The event brought together a panel of five trailblazers from PR to HR who spoke about their personal success stories, experiences, diversity in their industries, and participate in a Q&A.

#bmcc #cuny #startheregoanywhere #boroughofmanhattancommunitycollege #bmcccuny

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    Please help AATC advertise Fall 2018 Transfer Week. Additional flyer to be posted with more details 😁
    You've heard his voice, read his words, and experienced his personality without ever knowing who he is. He's voiced hundreds of commercials, and has over 30 feature films to his credit. He successfully transitioned to the world of advertising and communication to become an award-winning creative director and producer, and recently moved into the university classroom, developing one of the nation's first cross-disciplinary degrees in television/theater for Texas Christian University and he continues that work through City University of New York here at BMCC. He is still heard in radio and television voice-overs. It is this broad range of experience that gives him a discerning eye and ear for maximizing students communication skills. Come to his workshop this Wednesday in room F204 to gain some pearls of wisdom from Professor Lee Ritchey!
    Please check out the event and sign up if you would like to volunteer with the Communications Studies Club, we would like to do something for Earth day weekend. https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2018/04/21/new-york-junior-league-volunteer-day-at-corlears-hook-park
    Hello, I am a student at BMCC studing communications and I have an urgent message for all student organizations. Right now a task force lead by the general council of CUNY is considering changes that will strip earmarked funding for student organizations including campus media, veterans groups, disability organizations and others throughout the university. Students have a chance to inform the Board of Trustees of why the changes are not acceptable as they strip away our rights at the next public hearing. Public Hearing: March 12th, 2018 4:30 PM Brooklyn College Gold Room in the Student Center Persons wishing to speak are asked to please notify the Office of the Secretary via email at [email protected] prior to 4:30 P.M., Friday, March 9, 2018. The recommended item to testify on is "Changes to Student Activity Fees" Please include the following items in your email. First Name Last Name College Student organization Subject you are testifying on "Changes to Student Activity Fees"
    Peer Mentoring is now hiring student leaders! $12 / hour Part-time The IMPACT Mentoring Program at BMCC Inspires and Motivates People to Achieve in College Together. We help students adjust to the college environment, make connections on campus and feel empowered to chart their own course to success. Mentors meet with their mentees weekly over the course of the semester and attend events each month. General requirements to become an IMPACT Mentor: •Must be a current BMCC student or recent alum -Must have a minimum 2.75 GPA •Successfully completed all remedial classes (or have only one left & enrolled to complete by January 2018 ) •Successfully completed at least 12 credits at the college •Potential for role modelling other students (demonstrated ability to balance life skills and academic responsibilities effectively, is engaged on campus, has strong interpersonal skills) •Time commitment is 5-8 hours per week from January 16- May 15, renewable for the Fall 2018 semester -Must attend all training sessions beginning January 16, 2018 and must have availability to work Friday's over the semester. •This is an employment opportunity and pays $12 per hour, so students need to be able to work on campus •All participants build solid learning outcomes and transferable skills through the mentoring experience. Complete the online application before the Dec 1 deadline to be part of the selection process: https://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=https%3A%2F%2Ftinyurl.com%2Fy8s3wur7&h=ATNcBf3aXdZkHgGhlAcmGHRLztn1iWZLcRP1CTtKSTs7q8a9N7IdjfP-si4ghnUJLqjFlPH8dZOFY9lZGIcSpPgYBvJ17Q-y17lDkRlWTFRlTN9JaIim2LeJFKONxxJW1OHsiTy0KKOu