Solar Opposites - BEA Graduate Screenwriting - Award of Excellence Matt Neff is a second year graduate student in the Media, Journalism, and Film (MJF) Department’s MFA in Dramatic Writing program. He is set to graduate in May of 2024. Matt describes his inspiration for his favorite project, Solar Opposites, as a “spec episode for the series in which the main characters host a … [Read more...] about Showcase: BEA Graduate Winners!
Diana Dudenhoeffer shapes her future by combining her two passions: journalism and sustainability. As she enters into her second semester of her senior year at Missouri State University (MSU), she believes that although the two subjects may not seem simpatico, they’re actually two sides of the same coin. During her sophomore year, Dudenhoeffer began her journey with The … [Read more...] about Setting Standards
The College of Arts and Letters is proud to announce awards for our hard-working, talented students recently recognized for these impressive individual and collaborative projects: MCMA The Standard won 21 awards from the Missouri College Media Association (MCMA), including first place in Division 1 for Best Overall Newspaper and first place for Sweepstakes! Congratulations to … [Read more...] about Students win big at state media competitions
One year ago this past September, I met Dr. Deborah Larson practically in passing when she was in the throws of post-production for the Season 3 premiere of "Show-Me Chefs." This was long before I ever imagined I would GoMaroon within the next calendar year by joining the staff of the College of Arts and Letters, back when I was simply appeasing my mother by accompanying her to … [Read more...] about One, two, three, four: “Show-Me Chefs” returns once more
Sub Rosa, an independent film made by MSU students during the spring of 2018, has received recognition from three film festivals. The short is an official selection in the Human Trafficking Awareness Film Festival, the Catharsis International Film Festival and the First City Film Festival. Assistant professor Jocelyn B. Millana worked as the faculty advisor to the … [Read more...] about Filmmaking experience modeled on the professional world