Faculty + Staff News / July 24, 2012
Marty Bernstein's (Film + Video) reality TV series Great Lakes Warriors, about tug boat workers in the Great Lakes, premiered on the History Channel July 19.
Chris DeGuire (Fiction Writing) made an appearance as a featured reader July 11 at the reading series Reading Under The Influence.
Jennifer Halperin (Journalism) was quoted in a July 20 New York Times article about the pros and cons of modern-day internships.
Sean Lent (CCAP), Arts Integration Program Specialist, was awarded a Fulbright Scholar grant to lecture at the Academy of Arts' High Institute of Ballet in Cairo, Egypt, during the 2012-2013 academic year.
Into the Wake, a film by John Mossman (Film + Video), had its Chicago premiere at the Gene Siskel Film Center, July 21, 23, and 25.
Reid Schultz (Film + Video) was quoted in a Chicago Tribune article about the screen adaptation of Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451, calling the often "demonized" film one of cinema's most neglected. Schultz will also be discussing the film at two July 25 screenings.
Chris Swider (Film + Video) was labeled a "top film academician" for the South Asian Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Television (SAAMPT) in an article for The News International. Launched in February 2010, SAAMPT is Pakistan's only film school.
Lillian Williams (Journalism) contributed an article to Yahoo! Voices, published July 9, about a new online course design tool.