The College of Arts and Sciences welcomes 16 new faculty members this fall. Spanning the range of humanities, social sciences and natural sciences disciplines, our new faculty bring deep expertise and fresh perspectives that will enhance our abiding commitment to teaching, research and service.
The Cinema Studies Lab, located in Knight Library room 267, will be open during fall term with modified hours and services:
- Mon – Thurs: Noon to 9 pm
- Friday: Noon to 7 pm
The CINE lab has twenty 27” iMacs with editing and media software like Final Cut Pro, Adobe Creative Cloud, and Avid Media Composer. All computer stations are physically distanced from each other and will be disinfected regularly. Face coverings are required to work in the lab.
Congratulations to Erin Hanna on the publication of Only at Comic-Con: Hollywood, Fans, and the Limits of Exclusivity
In her latest book, Only at Comic-Con: Hollywood, Fans, and the Limits of Exclusivity, Erin Hanna discusses the San Diego Comic-Con and how it became a Hollywood destination, how the industry’s presence at Comic-Con shapes our ideas about what it means to be a fan, and what this event tells us about the relationship between media industries and their fans, past and present. Only at Comic-Con examines the connection between exclusivity and the proliferation of media industry promotion at the longest-running comic convention in North America.
Check out CINE's fall term FAQs
Resources and questions related to the Department of Cinema Studies fall term classes and operations are available on the fall term FAQ page. The FAQs will continue to be updated as more information, ideas, and helpful resources become available.
If you don’t see an answer to your question on the FAQ page, let us know by submitting the Remote Learning Feedback Form.
Cinema Studies is accepting applications for student positions for the 2020-21 academic year:
Dear Cinema Studies Community:
I write to share the department's absolute support for our international students.
Space is still available in these fall term 2020 classes:
CINE 198: Post Prod Workflow
CINE 408: Avid Post Production
CINE 490: Top Films of Ang Lee
Hello, Cinema Studies Community. As the Cinema Studies team was working night and day to prepare a fall schedule that will keep us safe and healthy on campus amidst a pandemic, a new but sadly familiar crisis shook the world. George Floyd’s death is an important reminder that, for members of our Black community, no day is truly “safe.” As resistance movements march in the streets, we must all carefully revisit the ways in which white power and privilege shape our lives and end others. As a non-Black woman of color, I stand in solidarity with the Black community by listening, learning, and taking action.
Fall Registration Begins June 2nd
The fall class schedule and information about registration priority for students will be available on June 1st. On that date, you will be able to find out your registration date and time for fall classes in DuckWeb. Registration for Fall 2020 will begin on Tuesday, June 2nd. For more information about fall registration, please read the letter from the Division of Undergraduate Education and Student Success.