CCFA Voices - Spring 2021
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Student Profile: Razan Hadidi
Design is design. That’s what UofM student Razan Hadidi said is among the most important of the lessons she learned from her time in the Department of Architecture.
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Dean Hogan's Welcome Letter
College of Communication and Fine Arts Dean Dr. Anne Hogan shares her thoughts on
a tumultuous year.
Meet the Director: Kevin Sanders
The new director of the Rudi E. Scheidt School of Music speaks on the school's new direction and exciting new projects.
Innovation Takes No Breaks
College of Communication and Fine Arts finds unique ways to carry on amid a global
Remembering Rudi and Honey Scheidt
For students, faculty and staff of the Rudi E. Scheidt School of Music, the impact the Scheidt family has made over the years is immeasurable. Hear stories of how the Scheidts' love of music and the University have shaped the music program and the lives of many.
The University of Memphis announced the establishment of the Institute for Arts &
Health in early 2021, ushering in an exciting new effort to bridge the arts, humanities,
social sciences, digital technologies and STEM areas; with the aim of contributing
to a more just and equitable society.
The Sound of Progress
Now several months following its debut, the collaborative nonprofit radio project
between the University of Memphis, Crosstown Concourse and The Daily Memphian now
known as WYXR has gained following locally and across the globe through online streaming.
Excellence in Education
Take a closer look at three standout faculty members of the College of Communication
and Fine Arts.
A New Way to Learn
A new emphasis on a variety of graduate certificate programs within the College of
Communication and Fine Arts means that prospective students are able to get a jump
start on their chosen career path and advantage over the competition with just a few
Meet the Chair: Jacob Allen
The new chair of the Department of Theatre & Dance has big plans for his troupe.