Journalism and Communication takes part in exhibition
BDU:Journalism and Communications Program of Humanities Faculty recently participated in the mass media exhibition held at the Amhara Mass Media Agency’s newly inaugurated Mass Media complex.
During the event, students of Journalism and Communications Program exhibited samples of journalism studio latest technologies, copies of student’s publications, Television and Radio documentaries which were produced at the state of art studio of the Program.
Journalism and Communications Program Lecturer and the University’s Official Website Manager Moges Abraha explained that the objective of partaking in the exhibition was to promote accomplishments of the past eight years and current activities of the Program in teaching- learning, community Services and partnership areas.
The Faculty of Humanities Academic Program Manager Sileshie Semahagn confirmed that the participation of the program in the exhibition would assist the faculty to strengthen its existing work relation with Amhara Mass Media Agency.
Sileshie also pointed out that, “The Program since its inception trained a total of 851 students in Regular, Distance and Continuing modes.”
According to Sileshie, the Faculty launched Masters Degree in Media and Communication in 2011 and its planning to open Bachelor and Masters level training in public relations and advertising.