1st CI forum for Fall semester held

  The first Curriculum Integration (CI) forum for Fall 2018 was held at Campus A Auditorium on October 25, 2018. Media studies and Journalism (MSJ) department of University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB) organised the event. The department conducts curriculum integration every semester to showcase creative works of the students and enable student interaction as […]

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Cinemascope’s film-reading session on Alamgir Kabir held

  Cinemascope, a film apprenticeship programme of Media Studies and Journalism (MSJ) department at ULAB, has recently hosted a two-day-long film-reading session, titled “Alamgir Kabir: The concealed master of Bangla Film Industry”, on the campus. This is the first session for Fall 2018. The purpose of the session was to find out the special qualities […]

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DIMFF meet-up session held

  With the Dhaka International Mobile Film Festival (DIMFF) approaching, Cinemascope, a film apprenticeship programme of Media Studies and Journalism (MSJ) department at ULAB, held a meet-up session at Campus B on November 3. Presidents of various clubs from different universities joined the session. DIMFF is the country’s first ever mobile film festival that was […]

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MSJ orientation program for Fall 2018 intake held

  Media Studies and Journalism (MSJ) department organised an orientation program for its Fall 2018 intake at Campus B on October 11. Prof Dr Jude William R Genilo, head of MSJ department, delivered the welcome speech at the event organised by PR4U — an apprenticeship program of the department. Following that, faculty members shared inspirational […]

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Summer’18 MSJ alumni formed

Like the previous semesters, Media Studies and Journalism (MSJ) department at University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh hosted an “Alumni Formation” programme on September 23. Marking the farewell of students graduating in Summer’18, the event took place at Campus B Seminar Room in the evening. Speaking on the occasion, Prof Dr Jude William Genilo, head of MSJ, […]

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CI exhibition on ‘Bystander Effect’ concludes

  Media Studies and Journalism (MSJ) department at University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh organised its Summer’18 curriculum integration (CI) exhibition on “The Bystander Effect” on September 6. The department conducts curriculum integration every semester to showcase creative works of the students and enable student interaction as well as strengthen links. The bystander effect, or bystander […]

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Prof David Mould visits ULAB

  Communication expert Professor David H Mould of Media Arts and Studies at Ohio University visited University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB) in the first week of September. During his two-day visit, he attended a workshop on C4D (Communication for development) curriculum and talked with the students about their career opportunities in the field of […]

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PR4U celebrates second founding anniversary

  PR4U, an apprenticeship programme of Media Studies and Journalism (MSJ) at ULAB, celebrated its second founding anniversary at Campus A Auditorium on August 28 amid much fanfare and jubilation. Ikram Mayeen, managing director of ForethoughtPR, attended the event as the chief guest. He talked about all the struggles he faced in his 24 year career, […]

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Dhaka International Mobile Film Festival team meets Kishor Alo

With an aim to connect local community, a team of the Dhaka International Mobile Film Festival (DIMFF) met members of Kishor Alo — a supplement of the daily Prothom Alo for juveniles — at the daily’s office in Dhaka on July 27. The main objective of the session was to encourage the school- and college-going […]

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MSJ hosts seminar on automated fact-checking

  Fact Watch, an initiative of Media Studies and Journalism (MSJ) department at University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB) to counter fake news, organised a seminar at ULAB Campus B on July 26. Dr Naeemul Hassan, an assistant professor at the University of Mississippi in USA, conducted the seminar, titled “Towards Automated Fact-checking”. Prof Imran […]

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