University of Denver. Department of Mass Communications
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Abstract The records of the Department of Media, Film and Journalism cover the periods of its inception in the late 1940s when it was known as the Department of Radio - Television - Film to 1966 when it merged with the Department of Journalism to form the Department of Mass - Communications to the current day as it is known now. As a program that provided DU's students practical and functional training for successful careers in communications media, it offered not only workshops and clinics but a...
Abstract Harold A. Mendelsohn (1923- ) was a social psychologist who taught in the Mass Communications Department at the University of Denver, Denver, Colorado from 1962 to 1988. He received his doctorate from the New School for Social Research in 1956. He served as chair of the Mass Communications Deptartment from 1970-1978, and director of the University's Center for Mass Communications Research and Policy. His scholarly interests were mass communications, especially the effects of television on...
Abstract Collection contains correspondence, memos, posters, graduate student handbooks, and newspaper clippings, research reports, annual reports, and “The Communicator” related to the Mass Communication Program at the University of Denver.
Dates: Other: Date Not Yet Determined
Abstract University Breaks Ground for Classroom Structure. Mass Comm. Adds Masters Program. Chancellor, Raids and “Rights” Seen as Year’s Major Events. Program Tests – Frosh Law Students Given Special Exams. New Fine Arts Club Holds First Show.
Dates: 1967 June 2