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Miami STC faculty, students
win at PRSA awards

STC area Director Hongmei Li was selected as the Cincinnati PRSA Educator of the Year. She received the Cincinnati Blacksmith Award at the annual banquet for her work as area Director of Miami’s STC program.

In addition, Miami PRSSA Chapter President Lauren Davis was honored as PRSSA Student of the Year.  A group Capstone STC459 project for Miami’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion received an Award of Excellence for its campaign tactics. The team was represented by former student Cecelia Johanni, who now works in internal communications at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital.

STC seeks faculty member
to teach business communication

Media, Journalism & Film seeks an Assistant Teaching Professor/Assistant Lecturer (non-tenure track) to teach Public Speaking and Business Communication, advise students, and provide service to the department and institution. The position begins in August, 2023. Apply here.

College media group selects
Bellman to be national treasurer

Sacha DeVroomen Bellman was sworn in to the board of the College Media Association at MediaFest in Washington, D.C.

Bellman will join the board as its treasurer, serving for two years until 2024.  Bellman, who has been a CMA member since 2005, is a journalism instructor at Miami and the business adviser to all seven of the university’s student media organizations. She has served as editorial adviser to The Miami Student newspaper and the university’s yearbook, Recensio. She previously served CMA as the newsletter editor.


Faculty statement on Asian hate

The Department of Media, Journalism & Film condemns the rise in crimes against Asians and Asian Americans in the United States. 

The department also recognizes the ways that media – including news, entertainment, and social media – have participated in the reproduction and perpetuation of stereotypes of individuals of Asian or Asian American background. Stereotypes can work to both homogenize diverse communities and dehumanize individuals. In our work as media producers, teachers, and scholars we are committed to doing more to interrogate and challenge such representations wherever we find them.

See the complete statement here, including a statement made by one of our faculty at the gathering in Cincinnati at the Freedom Center in support of the Asian and Pacific Islander community. 

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MJF Waiting List Procedure

MJF will use Registration Override (ROR), the online waitlist system administered by the Registrar. ROR is available for all courses in MJF.

Deadline for requests is 11:59 p.m. Friday the first week of classes

ROR directions and details

If you want to change your major in MJF, send an email request to