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We are introducing a new event in Las Vegas this year! BEA2018 is hosting a Graduate School Showcase on Tuesday, April 10 from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm. The showcase will offer schools a chance to target prospective graduate students that are attending BEA2018, BEA Festival of Media Arts and the NAB Show.
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We are introducing a new event in Las Vegas this year! BEA2018 is hosting a Graduate School Showcase on Tuesday, April 10 from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm. The showcase will offer schools a chance to target prospective graduate students that are attending BEA2018, BEA Festival of Media Arts and the NAB Show. The fee to participate is $100 per booth, but we are offering participating schools $100 off the price of a full page ad in the BEA2018 program if they sign up through December 31.
10+ Schools signed up in the first week!!!
Space is limited | Contact J-D Boyle for more information
At our April 2013 meeting, the board of directors approved the BEA Statement on Diversity, which codifies the organization’s “leadership responsibility to provide equal access and opportunity by fostering academic excellence, diversity, and inclusion among students, faculty, and media professionals.” In order to facilitate this mission, the board also created the Diversity and Inclusion Committee.
This board appointed standing committee is responsible for “recommending and seeking ways to promote diversity and ensure equal opportunity and inclusion for all persons within our membership, leadership and activities regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, disability, country of origin, political affiliation, field of research, socioeconomic status, religion, age, marital status, sexual orientation, or gender identity. Duties of the Diversity and Inclusion Committee include: Read More…
Nine students from seven different campuses were awarded scholarships in the Broadcast Education Association’s 2018-2019 competition. The winners were selected by the BEA Scholarship Committee at its November 18, 2017 meeting in Washington, D.C., announced Pete Orlik, committee chair. Click Here for more…
Welcome to the October 2017 issue of the Journal of Media Education. This issue represents the culmination of a lot of hard work to realize a vision for making JoME the only online academic journal publishing peer-reviewed Creative and Engaged Scholarship (for more on that term please see the first article).
Because JoME is a pedagogically focused journal, I asked each author to answer a series of specific questions designed to reveal some of the process behind the work. This is one of the most important parts of this issue in my opinion. When I first encountered “Feedback” nearly thirty-five years ago, it made a huge impact on me as an educator. The articles I read inspired me in the classroom and in my professional development. JoME’s mission remains the same in many ways and it is important to encourage and equip other faculty who are working in creative media. It is my hope you will find the insights of the authors to be helpful as you pursue tenure and promotion while engaging in Creative and Engaged Scholarship.
For over 60 years the BEA has worked with the National Association of Broadcasters in creating the next generation of media professionals. BEA’s annual convention has been a major part of this endeavor. Co-located next door in the Westgate Hotel and Casino, BEA brings in over 1,300 educators each year and they descend upon NAB Show’s floor to see first-hand the latest and greatest tools and technology needed to teach students. Each year, schools direct BEA members to come to Vegas, either to spend the remainder of that year’s money or find the products to help teach the current technologies and techniques that they will buy in the fall with new funds.