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Transmedia Storytelling Impact on Government Policy Change
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Gambarato R., Medvedev S. A.

In bk.: Politics, Protest, and Empowerment in Digital Spaces. Hershey: IGI Global, 2016. P. 31-51.

What to Expect from Science in 2017: Design

The most important thing we must keep in mind when talking about future innovation is that there is no one single scenario or outcome. For instance, we may have forgotten or missed something, and this might appear as a surprise. Then, as follows, a new trend or area of studies will emerge. There also is a particular Russian specialty: some trends already exist, but it’s nevertheless impossible to understand their actual scale.

HSE Students Presented Digital Books at non/fictio№18

On November 30, 2016, the ‘Digital Publishing’ course was presented at the book fair non/fictio№18.
Students of the ‘Media production in Creative Industries’ MA programme who have just published several digital collections, spoke about how to produce a book in two months. The lecturers shared their opinion on the challenges and difficulties of the course, and the writers and publicists – on their experience of participating in the project.

Two HSE Projects, One Lecturer Win Eventiada Awards-2016

Rimma Pogodina, Senior Lecturer at the Faculty of Communications, Media, and Design, became the best Teacher of the Year, and the ‘Communications School for Young People’ and ‘TeleHSE’ projects won prizes in the Best PR Project and Best Social Media Project categories at the 5th International Eventiada Awards.

HSE Students in International Student Talk Show on US Elections

On November 4th, 2016, students from many countries took part in an online broadcast to discuss the final stage of the US presidential campaign 2016. The event was organized by the Global Campus Network at Ryerson University, Toronto. Two students from HSE's Faculty of Communications, Media, and Design delivered their report from the HSE Media Centre.

HSE Design Students Take Part in Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week for the Second Time

Students from the HSE School of Design specializing in fashion presented their new collection H.A.R.D. 2.0 – a mix of works styled in a single concept. For a year HSE students have been experimenting with forms and techniques, deconstructing and creating new forms from old ones.

HSE Journalism Student Presents Study at Oxford Conference

This summer, Milena Rubleva, a fourth-year student of Journalism at HSE, presented a visualization of her study at the Connected Life 2016: Collective Action and the Internet Conference. She told the HSE News Service about the conference that was hosted by PhD students at the Oxford Internet Institute, which is part of the University of Oxford.

‘I Know That More Than One Olympic Games Await Me’

Several HSE graduates worked at the Olympic Games, which recently came to a close in Rio. Elena Stenkina, Daria Smirnova, and Evgenia Dolina told the HSE news service how they came into the sports industry thanks to HSE, even though several years ago they couldn’t even imagine having anything to do with sports.

School of Design: Taking a Closer Look

Tatiana Rivchun, Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Communications, Media and Design talked with The HSE Look about the School of Design and its international projects.

Faculty of Communications, Media and Design: Projects and Plans

Iliya Kiriya, Deputy Dean of the Faculty of Communications, Media and Design, told The HSE Look readers about the Faculty’s current projects and plans.

Scholars and BRICS Representatives Discussed Media Influences

On April 25th and 26th, 2016, an international conference ‘Comparing Media Systems in BRICS Countries: A Review of Conventional Paradigms’ took place at HSE. The event was organized by the Faculty of Communications, Media and Design, and supported by IAMCR.
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