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Department of Journalism & Mass Communication

TENURE-TRACK PUBLIC RELATIONS FACULTY POSITION OPEN AT CSULB
The Department of Journalism and Mass Communication at Cal State Long Beach invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor in public relations.  Click here to read full announcement.
BATEMAN TEAM TAKES SECOND PLACE IN NATION, BY RAQUEL ZENDEJAS
Public relations students from the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication at Cal State Long Beach placed second in the nation in the Bateman Case Study Competition. The Bateman Case Study competition, sponsored by the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA), is the Super Bowl of collegiate public relations contests. Click here to read full story.
JOURNALISM STUDENTS WIN PINNACLE AWARD, BY RAQUEL ZENDEJAS
Students with the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication are top three finalists in the College Media Association (CMA) individual Pinnacle Awards in five categories including Best Newspaper Sports Page/Spread, Best TV Sportscast, Best Entertainment Program, Best TV Special Event Coverage, and Best Podcast.  Click here to read full story.

JOURNALISM STUDENTS GARNER TOP GOLDEN MIKE AWARD, BY RAQUEL ZENDEJAS
Four students from CSULB’s Department of Journalism and Mass Communication won a Golden Mike Award at the 64th Annual Golden Mike Awards for “Best News Public Affairs Program” for “KBeach: Daily 49er News,” which aired on KBeach and KKJZ-FM-HD3. Click here to read full story.

OUR ONLINE BROCHURE

DOJBrochureLearn more about our
Department of Journalism & Mass Communication by checking out the online version of our informational brochure.
DidYouKnowBY HENRY HAN

Long Beach Mayor Robert Garcia has recently appointed Christopher Karadjov, an associate professor in the Department of Journalism and Mass Communication, as a citizen commissioner under the Citizen’s Advisory Commission on Disabilities for the city. Click here to read more about this and other facts.

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Advising is over for the Fall. Advisers will return mid-January. Any questions in the meantime, please contact the Department's main office at (562) 985-4981, or the College of Liberal Arts Advising Center at (562) 985-7804. Thank you.