Mass Communication Department Holds Achievement Day
Mass Communication Department Holds Achievement Day15 Dec 2018
The Mass Communication department celebrated its fourth annual Achievement Day on November 18 to honor the students who excelled in the academic and practical fields during the academic year 2017-2018.
Faculty members, students, graduates and representatives of prominent NGOs attended the event in 00A along with 250 other invitees. The Dean of the Faculty of Al-Alsun & Mass Communication Dr. Laila Galal and Mass Communication Department Head Dr. Amany Bassyouny gave welcome speeches and presented the winners in each category with certificates of achievement.
The Festivals Participation Award was presented to senior student Mostafa Adel for the directing of his film, “My Own World.” Adel’s film won the Audience Choice Award in the national “Masr dot Bokra Film Festival”, in addition to the grand prize in the International Urban Film Festival in South Korea.
The department recognized the community service related graduation projects from all three majors of Mass Communication, emphasizing the importance of students’ active participation in the development of Egyptian society. The NGO representatives were invited to receive the projects and all related material for use in future media campaigns. The “Post-mortem organ donation” project was dedicated to the Egyptian Association for Organ Transplantation. The “Vitamin D deficiency” and “Menopause” projects were dedicated to Baheya Hospital. “Hospice Care” was dedicated to Egyptian JOSAB Hospice Care. “Children’s Sex Education” was dedicated to Save the Children Campaign. “Importance of toys donation” was dedicated to Marwa Fayed’s Toy Run Campaign. “Privacy on social media” was dedicated to the UNICEF.
The department also awarded certificates for Best Graduation Project in the three majors of Radio & Television, Integrated Marketing Communication and Television Journalism. The department further recognized the best teaching assistant and the students with the top two GPAs of last year’s freshman, sophomore and junior years.