A new book by Shira Chess challenges gamers and game developers to change their thinking about both women and games.
Chess explores how video games are marketed to and portray women in new book October 23, 2017 Note: Shira Chess will discuss her new book at Avid Bookshop on Prince Avenue, on Thursday, Oct. 26, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. All are welcome to attend. While society focuses on men playing “Call of Du... read more about Chess explores how video games are marketed to and portray women in new book
The 2017 McGill Fellows include (top row, l. to r.): S.K. Bowen, Kristin Bradshaw, Mary Carol Butterfield, Lindsey Conway, Emily Giambalvo, Zach Hansen; (bottom row, l. to r.): Noelle Lashley, Saleen Martin, Nicolle Sartain, Maureen Sheeran, Mollie Simon and Sammy Smith.
Journalism students named 2017 McGill Fellows October 20, 2017 Twelve undergraduate and graduate students have been named McGill Fellows by the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication. They were selected by a faculty committee “for their strength... read more about Journalism students named 2017 McGill Fellows
Peabody Awards adds two members to Board of Jurors October 19, 2017 Joshua Brand, veteran writer/producer/director, and Mike Monello, founder of Campfire and co-creator of "The Blair Witch Project," bring diverse experience and insight to prestigious board   ... read more about Peabody Awards adds two members to Board of Jurors
‘Stuff the Truck’ with Grady College to feed families in need October 19, 2017 Grady College is amplifying its efforts to help feed families in need this holiday season by co-sponsoring a "Stuff the Truck" event to kick off the two-week Hunger Bowl food drive in support of th... read more about ‘Stuff the Truck’ with Grady College to feed families in need
Grady College holds memorial tribute to Don Carter, commemorates Endowment for Journalism Excellence October 19, 2017 Grady College faculty, alumni and friends celebrated a memorial tribute to alumnus Don Carter (ABJ '38) and commemorated the Don E. Carter and Carolyn McKenzie Carter Endowment for Journalism Excel... read more about Grady College holds memorial tribute to Don Carter, commemorates Endowment for Journalism Excellence
Three journalism students awarded for ‘Best Summer Stories’ October 16, 2017 For standout reporting during their summer internships, three Grady College journalism students have been named winners of the 2017 “Best Summer Stories” contest. Mauli Desai, Nathan Harris and ... read more about Three journalism students awarded for ‘Best Summer Stories’
Grady College offers Double Dawgs accelerated master’s programs October 13, 2017 Grady College has expanded its Graduate Studies opportunities to include a total of eight linked-degree Double Dawgs programs in which students earn both a bachelor's degree and a master's degree i... read more about Grady College offers Double Dawgs accelerated master’s programs
Grady students recognized as 2017 Cox-SABEW Fellows October 13, 2017 Six Grady College students were recognized in New York City during the fall conference of the Society of American Business Editors and Writers (SABEW) through a fellowship organized and sponsored b... read more about Grady students recognized as 2017 Cox-SABEW Fellows
Marilyn Geewax of NPR returns to Grady College for six Industry Fellow lectures in Spring 2018. This photo is from a 2016 lecture at Grady.
NPR’s Marilyn Geewax to be Industry Fellow at Grady’s Cox Institute October 13, 2017 Marilyn Geewax, a senior business editor at NPR, will serve as an Industry Fellow with the James M. Cox Jr. Institute for Journalism Innovation, Management and Leadership during the spring 2018 sem... read more about NPR’s Marilyn Geewax to be Industry Fellow at Grady’s Cox Institute
Valerie Boyd was received a Governor's Award for the Arts & Humanities from Governor Nathan Deal and First Lady Sandra Deal.
Boyd recognized with a Governor’s Award for the Arts and Humanities October 5, 2017 [caption id="attachment_11709" align="alignright" width="410"] Boyd is congratulated by Karen Paty of the Georgia Council for the Arts[/caption] Valerie Boyd, the Charlayne Hunter-Gault Distingu... read more about Boyd recognized with a Governor’s Award for the Arts and Humanities