SMC Lecture: “American Boy”

Professor Kristine Weatherston

Media Studies and Production Professor Kristine Weatherston screens her documentary, “American Boy,” with an introduction and a Q&A.…

Library Lecture: Police, Protection, Policies and the Presidential Election

Library Lecture: Police, Protection, Policies and the Presidential Election

In the recent presidential debate, candidates have talked about police protection, “stop and frisk”, and violence in the black community. …

Leadership Symposium: Generational Diversity In Health Organizations

Leadership Symposium: Generational Diversity In Health Organizations

The College of Public Health hosts this symposium, which is designed to equip emerging and established public health and healthcare practitioners with leadership tools for navigating generational differences in the workplace.…

SMC Lecture: Marc Lamont Hill

SMC Lecture: Marc Lamont Hill

In this lecture, Hill discusses his new book, “Nobody: Casualties of America’s War on the Vulnerable, From Ferguson to Flint and Beyond,” in which he argues that episodes of police violence on people of color are no anomaly and are sadly demonstrative of a cruel norm that renders certain people in our culture as “disposable.” Dr.…

SMC Lecture: Heather Anderson

SMC Lecture: Heather Anderson

The Australian community radio sector is the longest and most established in the world.…

Rudman Speaker Series: Louis Tocchet

Rudman Speaker Series: Louis Tocchet

Louis Tocchet, film director and 1st AD, discusses what being an AD entails, his respective career trajectories, and the lessons he has learned both in the classroom and in the entertainment industry.…

Rudman Speaker Series: Eugene Young and Neil Degroot

Rudman Speaker Series: Eugene Young and Neil Degroot

Neil Degroot, a reality television director and producer, and Eugene Young, CCO at Levity Entertainment Group, discuss their respective career trajectories, their experiences producing, and the lessons they have learned in the entertainment industry.…

Ethical Society Lecture: John Gerzema

Ethical Society Lecture: John Gerzema

John Gerzema, speaker, business thought-leader, and co-author of The Athena Doctrine: How Women (and the Men Who Think Like Them) Will Rule the World, thinks the world would be a better place if all our leaders thought more like women.…

Beyond the Page: Adrienne Shaw

SMC Lecture: Adrienne Shaw

Adrienne Shaw, assistant professor of Media Studies and Production at Temple University, leads a conversation on her latest research: a feminist and historical analysis of gender and sexuality in gaming production, audiences, and texts.…