Attention: Prospective CMS graduate students

Tired of just reading about the exciting adventures we have out here in CMS-Land. If you can draw those pictures on the back of matchbooks, you should go to cartooning school. If you can analyze media, you should come to Comparative Media Studies.

But seriously — a high percentage of this year’s crop of entering students discovered our program through this blog. So, I figure there must be some folks out there thinking about applying. If you’d like to know more about our program, here’s some details about our forthcoming information sessions for prospective students:

The Comparative Media Studies Masters Program In-House information sessions are held periodically throughout the term in room 14N-417 at MIT (unless otherwise noted below). This is an opportunity to sit down with our directors, Henry Jenkins and William Uricchio, and ask any questions that you may have about the masters program here.

Please RSVP if interested in attending. Email Generoso Fierro (generoso AT mit DOT edu) with any questions.

Upcoming On-Site Information Sessions

Tuesday, October 16, 9 am to 3 pm

* introduction to CMS by Henry Jenkins

* attendance at Henry Jenkins’ class, CMS.790

* break for lunch

* open house at GAMBIT to talk to Research Assistants for the various Research Projects

Tuesday, November 13, 9 am to 3pm (as above)

Upcoming Online Information Sessions

We also hold on-line information sessions a few times a semester. Visit this page on the day of the scheduled session to log into our webchat.

Tuesday, October 23, 8 to 10 am (Asia)

* chat session with Henry Jenkins and other members of the CMS community

Monday, December 3, 2 to 4pm (Europe)

* chat session with Henry Jenkins and other members of the CMS community

Comments

  1. this program changed my life.

  2. Great news, looking forward to chat with you, Mr Jenkins, on December 3

  3. I don’t live in Europe or Asia, but I do work full time as an AmeriCorps volunteer and can’t get out to MIT for any of the prospective student days. Can I still participate in the online sessions?