Connecting Classroom to Community
Our undergraduate and graduate students apply classroom learning through personal, professional and creative projects. Students use class projects as catalysts for real-world difference and develop professional skills through longstanding student-run initiatives and internships. Whether organizing a film showcase, producing a podcast or running an online newspaper, media, film and journalism studies lets you be both a learner and practitioner in your field.
Student Multimedia Outlet
DU Media is a student multimedia outlet that gives student an opportunity to produce multimedia content and promotes and publicizes student work. With an emphasis on faculty mentorship and student leadership, DU Media provides students with a building platform for their work.
Project DU F.I.L.M.
Film Collaboration Between Students and Professional Alumni Mentors
Project DU F.I.L.M. pairs film students with professional alumni mentors. You'll produce, shoot, edit and distribute a short narrative film shot on location in Colorado, along with a behind-the-scenes documentary about the filmmaking process.
The Clarion has been the main source of DU news for the University's campus since 1899. It is staffed entirely by DU students.
Rocky Mountain Reverb
Rocky Mountain Reverb is a student-faculty collaborative podcast, which posts regular episodes on their Facebook page. What began as a classroom project has taken off across the University campus and out into the community.
Student Film Screening
InShort celebrates the work of film studies students with an annual screening of their narrative and documentary film projects. These projects are then archived on the Media, Film and Journalism website.