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Graduate Symposium
The Institute for International Communication invited distinguished Soviet dissident and journalist, Prof. Leonid Goldin to speak at IICM on Monday April 9th. The purpose of the seminar, ostensibly about Russian propaganda, was to contextualize for students the methods and underlying models of power practiced by contemporary Russian media.
Within an independent study project, Evan Gardner, graduate student in International Communication, directed and produced a video documentary during a trip to Rome, exploring the question: what economic and psychological impact does football have in Italy?
Design Thinking
On December 13, 2017, graduate students of International Communication at St. John’s University presented a variety of innovative projects they developed throughout a class in Design Thinking at a Graduate Symposium. The event was organized and moderated by Dr. Minna Horowitz, who led the Design Thinking class during this fall semester.
ICM Students Exploring China
Qichen Yang, one of the students of the ICM program who graduated this May, filmed and edited video material to create a documentary series about the students' trip to China. These videos give insight into the students' experiences and impressions of culture and society in Beijing and Sanya.
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Graduate students from the M.S. in International Communication attended the International Council for Small Business 2017 Academy in Buenos Aires, Argentina and competed in their business idea pitch competition.
Nov 16, 2018, 9:00 am — 4:00 pm. The Institute for International Communication, College of Professional Studies, St. John’s University, NY, USA and Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano, Italy presents the Truth and Communication in the Age of Misinformation from Kierkegaard to Social Media
On March 28, 2017, the Institute for International Communication and the Division of Mass Communication at St. John’s University hosted an academic symposium on “Consumer Identities & Digital Culture”. The symposium gathered scholars across disciplines to examine notions of identity in consumer culture. Speakers presented a range of research from historical perspectives to industry practices, from policy questions to race, gender and global diversity, across film, television and social media.
During the 2017 winter intersession, a group of master's students of the International Communication program explored Beijing and the Island of Hainan on their study visit to China.
At the beginning of the 2017 Spring semester, a research team of graduate students of the International Communication program and Prof. Minna Aslama Horowitz traveled to Vienna, Austria, to participate in the 2017 Vienna UN Conference - Implementing the 2030 Agenda.

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