Student heads to national entrepreneurship competition in March.
In an EarthRoamer, alumni take trip of a lifetime.
Law student Ryan Flament, right, gets advice from Max Iori, JD '97, during the School of Law’s “Gateway to Practice” workshops, in which law professionals help first-year students apply what they have learned.
Amy Walker, assistant teaching professor of journalism, exposed students in her Journalism and Technology Senior Seminar to drones, as well as other technologies now used in journalism.
Kent Golden, senior instructor of interactive media and design, who has an FAA license to operate a drone, gives students a tutorial on drones.
The drone hovers above students, capturing a nice view of the campus.
Journalism senior Steph Morelle, shown flying the drone, said, “I think journalism has changed so much and technology has payed such a big role.”
Kent Golden discusses the requirements to get an FAA license to fly a drone and gives students instruction on how to operate it.
Amy Walker, assistant teaching professor of journalism, discusses the ethics of using technologies, such as drones, in reporting.