College of Business & Economics
College of Education & Professional Studies
College of Letters & Sciences
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Stars of Tomorrow introduces first-year journalism and speech communication students with fundamental coursework and lab instruction in broadcasting.
Want to meet students with similar interests in the media profession? Are you a future radio or television phenom? If you answered yes to these questions, you should consider joining Stars of Tomorrow. The Stars of Tomorrow learning community introduces first-year journalism and speech communication students with fundamental coursework and lab instruction in broadcasting. By the time your first year is complete, you will have gained experience in basic video and radio technology. Participating in the learning community as a communication student establishes a solid network of peers who share similar interests. Each participant will meet faculty, administrators and advisors from the field. These contacts and experiences help further develop skills through progression of the program. Additional benefits include: being introduced to radio and television media techniques, gain hands-on experience, and experience opportunities with live broadcast news reporting and programming.