2015 Michigan Association of Broadcasters Awards

 

College Television

Daily Newscast/Sportscast
HONORABLE MENTION - Northern Michigan University, Public Eye News 12/2/14, Mikenzie Frost, Aubrey Kall, Alyssa Lambert, Dan Kamppinen

Sports Play-By-Play 
FIRST - Northern Michigan University, NMU v. Finlandia Men's Basketball, Jon Modic, Brice Burge, Lauren Gruber, Dylan Ranguette

SECOND - Northern Michigan University, NMU v. BGSU Hockey, John Main, Lauren Lee, Brice Burge, Jon Modic

HONORABLE MENTION - Northern Michigan University, NMU v. Concordia Women's Basketball, Kris Thomas, Chris Fedrizzi, Justin Berkel, Larry Taylor
 

 

News and Information

 

 

How is NMU connected with the Seoul Institute of the Arts?  It all began about 20 years ago with a young man named Ji Hun Chang and his devoted and compassionate NMU professor, Dr. Chuck Ganzert.  Ji Hun received his B.A. in broadcasting at NMU, then went on to get his Master’s at Boston University and Ph.D. at HongIk University in broadcasting. 

Remembering the kind community of Marquette and the fine education at NMU, he sent one of his students, Young Jong Lee, to NMU to study under Dr. Ganzert.  Lee became the first international student selected to deliver a student commencement speech at the 2012 May Commencement.  

It is the wish of Dr. H. Sook Wilkinson, NMU Board of Trustees member, that we can find ways to share our expertise and work together to learn more about SeoulArts.  Click HERE to learn more.

 

 

Jonathan Rundman/Erik Koskinen/Charlie Parr

 

Below is a link to a WLUC TV story about one of the recording projects with Dr. Ganzert's Advanced Audio Production students.  The group was working with the Jeremy Kittel Band, a 2014 Grammy Nominee in the traditional category.  The band was amazing, and the recording turned out very well.  After editing and mixing, it will air as a music and interview show on WNMU FM during graduation weekend.

 Click HERE.

 

 

 

   

Learn More About CAPS Majors

brian price screen shotLearn more about what it means to be a Communications and Performance Studies student at NMU. Watch videos that feature students who are majoring in communication studies, multimedia journalism, media productions and new technology, public relations, or theater and entertainment arts

Careers

Have you ever wondered what to do with your major after graduation? Download the documents below to learn more about your career options.

 

Contact Us

Communication and Performance Studies Department
1401 Presque Isle Ave.
Marquette, MI 29855

Phone: 906-227-2045

Email: caps@nmu.edu