Media Management 20th Anniversary Celebration
The social impact of media has been studied at The New School since its founding in 1919. The first college course to investigate the motion picture was offered here in 1926. Marshall McLuhan’s colleague John Culkin brought his Center for Understanding Media to The New School in 1975, and The New School began offering the Master of Arts degree in media studies, the first graduate program of its kind. In 1997 the Media Management Curriculum was developed into a certificate program and then came the Master of Science Degree.
We are proud to celebrate this milestone honoring alumni and faculty. Our program will begin at 6:30 p.m. Refreshments will be served so please RSVP!