James Hodgins, an advertising instructor and director of the CoMC Think Tank and Outpost Social Media Lab, partnered with GriffinWink Advertising during the Spring 2021 semester to facilitate a unique opportunity for students in Advertising Design and Layout (ADV 3361) that extended beyond the classroom.
Julia Heard Witt, M.Ed., senior director of advising and recruiting for the College of Media & Communication, was recently recognized with a President’s Excellence Award for her work in promoting diversity, equity and inclusion on the Texas Tech University campus.
Hosted by the Department of Advertising & Brand Strategy in the College of Media & Communication, the 2019 Hub City Student Advertising Competition brought teams of Lubbock-area college students together to create, develop and pitch an advertising campaign to real-world client, University Medical Center.
In the last decade, the popularity of social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat has skyrocketed. Eric Rasmussen, an associate professor and director of the doctoral program in Texas Tech University's College of Media & Communication, led a team of researchers on a study to see what about social-media use impacts emerging adults' mental well-being.
The Texas Tech University College of Media & Communication is proud to welcome 13 new full-time faculty members to its ranks for the 2019-2020 academic year. These industry professionals and research experts will help meet the needs of our growing student body while producing scholarly work and research partnerships that support Texas Tech’s Tier One status.