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.
|WELCOME TO SPRING 2015!
The Department of Journalism and Mass Communication at Cal State Long Beach would like to welcome back all returning students, and welcome all new students to the Department during Spring 2015. If you’re graduating, or just looking for counseling on which classes to take, please come see one of our advisers. They’re available for both walk-ins and appointments. See more information about advising here, including a Frequently Asked Advising Questions (FAAQ) section.
|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.
FREE PRESS AFTER CHARLIE HEBDO AND “THE INTERVIEW”
|OUR ONLINE BROCHURE
Learn more about our
Department of Journalism & Mass Communication by checking out the online version of our informational brochure.
|BY HENRY HANLong 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.|