Department of Journalism & Mass Communication
The Department is offering two courses during the winter session: JOUR 312, offered online, and JOUR 101, a one-unit course with four afternoon class meetings.
The Department of Journalism and Mass Communication highly encourages its students to apply for scholarships to help fund their studies. Scholarships are provided by the Department itself, once a year, through a well-advertised competition among students, but also through outside sources. Announcements and a list of scholarships can be found by visiting our Scholarship page on our site.
|CAL STATE LONG BEACH MEDIA WIN NATIONAL AWARDS
By Justine dela Rosa
Students involved with the Daily 49er, DIG Magazine and KBeach Radio all received awards last weekend for their storytelling accomplishments. DIG Magazine won a 2015 Magazine Pacemaker Finalist Award for its May 2015 issue titled Exploring Sex and Gender: A Special Summer Edition. The Pacemaker Award, which has been hosted by the Associated Collegiate Press since 1927, recognizes college magazines nationwide for general excellence and outstanding achievement. Click here to read more about it.
|JOURNALISM ALUMNUS WINS PULITZER PRIZE
Congratulations to Michael Anastasi, vice president of the Los Angeles News Group and a member of our Advisory Board, for winning a Pulitzer Prize on Monday. Anastasi, a 2001 CSULB journalism graduate, and his colleagues at the Daily Breeze have won their first-ever Pulitzer Prize for their local reporting in a six-month investigation that revealed possible corruption in the Centinela Valley Union High School District and resulted in the removal of the superintendent. The Daily Breeze reporters credit Anastasi for pushing them to write Pulitzer-worthy work, according to the Daily Breeze’s own announcement of its Pullitzer Prize, which can be found here: http://www.latimes.com/local/california/la-me-breeze-pulitzer-20150421-story.html.
|SCHEDULED MAIN OFFICE (LA4-106) CLOSURE
There are no scheduled closures of the main office at this time.