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eNews is the digital newsletter for alumni and friends of the College of Information and Communications.

July 2018

July 2018

From cutting-edge research to innovative teaching methods, there’s no doubt our faculty are some of the best in their fields. Dean Reichert takes a moment to share what they’ve been up to — and what’s to come.

June 2018

June 2018

Where in the world is the CIC? Dean Reichert gives a rundown of where you’ll find the college’s students, faculty and staff this summer. Plus: The SJMC wins big at the Mercury Awards; a journalism student finds her passion in social advocacy; and, incoming Ph.D. student Nick Vera hopes to change the world through health literacy.

May 2018

May 2018

We did it! Read Dean Reichert’s recap on the CIC’s Give 4 Garnet campaign. Also in this issue: Professor Charles Bierbauer receives the state’s highest civilian honor; Ainsley Earhardt comes home; Instructor Lisa Sisk earns a Garnet Apple Award; and, an information science class puts theory into practice by creating knowledge management plans for local organizations.

April 2018

April 2018

On April 18, the university will celebrate its first-ever giving day, Give4Garnet. Alumna Lou Kennedy shares why she’s supporitng our project — the Carolina Command Center — and Dean Reichert explains how it could help students and faculty make major headlines.

March 2018

March 2018

The CIC is going South by Southwest! Dean Reichert explains how six students will spend their spring break learning what’s new and what’s next in media and technology. Plus, find out how you can sign up for the college’s upcoming blockchain executive briefings.

February 2018

February 2018

This month, Dr. Andrea Tanner brings you up-to-date on what's new at the SJMC. Also in this issue: SJMC students pick the standout Super Bowl ad; SLIS launches the Library Scholar Program; and, a freshman is nominated for a literary prize.

January 2018

January 2018

Big things are happening at the School of Library and Information Science. This month, Dr. David Lankes runs through the many ways SLIS is saving the world … one community at a time. Also in this issue: InterCom brings home seven MarCom awards; and, two CIC employees are honored with MLK awards.