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Donald P. Bellisario
Donald P. Bellisario
College of Communications is the journalism and mass communications college of The Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania
State University at the University Park campus. The college is named after its chief benefactor Donald P. Bellisario
Donald P. Bellisario
who is an American television producer and screenwriter. The college offers undergraduate, masters, and PhD degrees. The college is home to the departments of Advertising and Public Relations, Film-Video and Media Studies, Journalism, and Telecommunications.

Contents

1 Undergraduate programs 2 Graduate programs 3 Research 4 Facilities 5 Alumni 6 See also 7 References 8 External links

Undergraduate programs[edit] Undergraduate Majors

Advertising/Public Relations - [1], Fuyuan Shen, Head of Department

Advertising option Public Relations option Strategic Communications option (World Campus only)

Film-Video & Media Studies - [2], Anthony Olorunnisola, Head of Department

Film-Video Major Media Studies Major

There has been a new joint program that combines both the Film-Video major with the Mechanical Engineering
Mechanical Engineering
major from the Penn State College of Engineering. Students enrolled in this major are classified as Film Engineers. Currently only one student is enrolled in this new program.

Journalism - [3], Russ Eshleman, Interim Head of Department Telecommunications - [4], Matt Jackson, Head of Department

Graduate programs[edit] The college offers a master's in media studies and a Ph.D. in mass communications. Research[edit]

Arthur W. Page Center Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania
Journalists Oral History Program John Curley Center for Sports Journalism Information Communication Technology for Development (ICT4D) Don Davis Program in Ethical Leadership Institute for Information Policy Jimirro Center for the Study of Media Influence Media Effects Research Laboratory Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania
Center for the First Amendment

Facilities[edit] The College of Communications is housed in Carnegie Building. The college also has 20 labs for student use in six different buildings on the University Park campus:

101 Innovation Park

ComMedia Equipment Center Film-Video Shooting Space Finestra Digital Editing Lab Innovation Park Computer Lab

103 Innovation Park

Digital Audio Laboratory Digital Broadcast News Laboratory Television Studio

Carnegie Building

Carnegie Cinema Carnegie Photo Lab Pro Tools Studio Carnegie Mac Lab Carnegie Film Lab Donald W. Davis Advertising Laboratory John Curley News Writing Laboratory

James Building

Media Effects Lab I Media Effects Lab II

Willard Building

Gannett Foundation New Media Laboratory Shooting Space

Medlar Field at Lubrano Park

John Curley Center for Sports Journalism classroom/seminar room

Alumni[edit] This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it.

Donald P. Bellisario Charles Bierbauer Ryan Buell Jill Cordes Paul Levine Valerie Plame Lisa Salters Lara Spencer Ron P. Swegman Tom Verducci Chris Wheeler Mary Beth Long Jimmy Cefalo Ann Gerhart a reporter for the Washington Post and Laura Bush's biographer

See also[edit]

Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania
State University University Park, Pennsylvania

References[edit]

External links[edit]

Official website Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania
State University

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The Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania
State University

Located in: State College, Pennsylvania

Academics

College of Agricultural Sciences College of Arts and Architecture Smeal College of Business College of Communications College of Earth and Mineral Sciences College of Education College of Engineering College of Health and Human Development College of Information Sciences and Technology College of the Liberal Arts Eberly College of Science Graduate School Schreyer Honors College School of Nursing School of International Affairs Dickinson Law Penn State Law Great Valley School of Graduate Professional Studies College of Medicine Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania
College of Technology School of Hospitality Management

Athletics

Sports

Penn State Nittany Lions Baseball Men's Basketball Women's Basketball Field Hockey Football Men's Ice Hockey Women's Ice Hockey Men's Lacrosse Men's Soccer Women's Soccer Men's Volleyball Women's Volleyball Wrestling

Facilities

Beaver Stadium Bryce Jordan Center Golf Courses Pegula Ice Arena Penn State Ice Pavilion Medlar Field at Lubrano Park Rec Hall

Rivalries

Alabama Maryland Michigan State Minnesota Ohio State Pittsburgh Syracuse West Virginia

Spirit

Legion Of Blue Alma Mater Blue Band Fight On, State Nittany Lion
Nittany Lion
(mascot) The Nittany Lion

Buildings

Academic buildings Berkey Creamery Old Main Palmer Museum of Art IST Building Radiation Science & Engineering Center Residence halls University libraries

Campuses: Commonwealth

Abington Altoona Berks Beaver Brandywine DuBois Erie (Behrend College) Fayette (Eberly Campus) Greater Allegheny Harrisburg (Capital College) Hazleton Lehigh Valley Mont Alto New Kensington Schuylkill Shenango University Park (Main campus) Wilkes-Barre Worthington Scranton York

Campuses: Special
Special
Mission

Dickinson Law Great Valley School of Graduate Professional Studies Milton S. Hershey Medical Center and College of Medicine Penn State Law World Campus Pennsylvania
Pennsylvania
College of Technology

Departments

Cancer Institute Harold and Inge Marcus Department of Industrial and Manufacturing Engineering

Research

Applied Research Laboratory Garfield Thomas Water Tunnel Penn State Lunar Lion Team

Media

The Daily Collegian Penn State Law Review Penn State University Press WKPS
WKPS
(90.7 FM) WPSU (91.5 FM) WPSU-TV Onward State

People

Alumni Athletic directors Coaches Faculty Olympians Presidents George W. Atherton Eric J. Barron
Eric J. Barron
(current president) Joe Paterno Fred Lewis Pattee Jerry Sandusky Graham Spanier

Student life

Army ROTC Air Force ROTC Penn State IFC/Panhellenic Dance Marathon
Penn State IFC/Panhellenic Dance Marathon
(THON) Penn State Thespians Penn State Women's Ice Hockey Club Penn State Glee Club Mount Nittany Nittany Lion
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