SJMC Monday Memo | Dec. 10, 2018
Monday, December 10th, 2018
Good luck on finals and have a restful winter break!
— The faculty and staff of the School of Journalism and Mass Communication
Apply to run OnPaintedStreet
The application is now open to run the student-led OnPaintedStreet Instagram account during the spring semester: https://goo.gl/forms/zpbHkl2UUYZifQlo1
Broadcast, digital journalism scholarships available
The application window for Radio Television Digital News Association/Foundation scholarships for students interested in broadcast or digital journalism is open. Applications will be accepted through Jan. 18. RTDNA offers nine scholarship opportunities for students, ranging from $1,000-$10,000. Scholarship recipients will also have the opportunity to attend the 2019 Excellence in Journalism conference in San Antonio. See https://www.rtdna.org/content/scholarships for more information and to apply.
Upper Midwest Emmy contest, scholarships open
The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Upper Midwest Chapter/Foundation is a non-profit organization committed to helping media students go to college. The foundation offer $2,000 scholarships for high school and college media students.
Contest: Deadline is Feb. 6, 2019. Awards are open to high school and college media students in the Upper Midwest Emmy® Region, which includes Iowa. There are 20+ categories for various student created videos, newscasts, news stories, arts and entertainment, fiction (student-written productions), non-fiction (documentaries, real-life stories), music video, public affairs – community service (local issues), PSAs, commercials, sports and more. There are even craft categories for writers, photographers, editors, talent and graphics/animation/special effects. Entries must have been produced for class or for school media platform between Jan. 1, 2018 – Dec. 31, 2018.
Rules and categories can be found at 2019 College Student Awards Call for Entries Rules & Categories
Before entering, read:
- Student Production Awards FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions) (i.e. Is my video eligible?, Which category should I enter? What info do I put on my entry form and my entry video?)
- Student Awards Double- Dipping Rules Defined (i.e. can I enter the same content in more than one category?)
Nominations will be announced in March 2019 and the annual student awards ceremony will be on Friday, April 13, 2019, at the Crowne Plaza AiRE MSP/MOA in Bloomington, MN.
Scholarships: Deadline is Feb. 6. More information and how to apply can be found at http://midwestemmys.org/20181106/natas-scholarships/
Meredith Hall building hours
Meredith Hall is unlocked during the following hours when classes are in session:
Sunday: 7:30 a.m.-9 p.m.
Monday-Friday: 7 a.m.-9:30 p.m.
Saturday: 7:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Students with SJMC majors can swipe into the building with a Drake ID even when the building is locked from 7 a.m.-2 a.m., Sunday-Thursday. Students who are already in the building when it is automatically locked are allowed to stay in the building. Students who need 24/7 access to swipe into the building should talk to their faculty member or adviser about how to obtain all-hours access.
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