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At St. Joe’s, we’ve been busy building a new kind of Communication Studies department.

With talented faculty, a supportive administration, and motivated students – we’ve turned our little start-up into a thriving digital media studies outpost, with plans to hire every year into the foreseeable future.

This season we are hiring our chair.

This person will have the extraordinary opportunity to build something great.

We are looking for someone who shares our vision – someone who wants to make a difference.

Our chair will not only lead a passionate group of thinkers and doers into the future, but will help to extend our work into the community of Philadelphia, fostering innovation and positive social change.

If this sounds interesting, we would love to hear to you.

*Learn more about our department.

*Apply to our job.

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Dear makers of Dexter’s “killer breakfast” sequence, you’ve been torturing my students for weeks. The latest challenge in our Digital Storytelling course was to remake  Digital Kitchen‘s, Emmy Award winning main title “Killer Breakfast” from Showtime’s Dexter.

Although challenging to execute (there are no film majors in this course), this project undoubtedly built skills in:

  • precise video capturing and editing
  • designing shots and mood
  • creative problem solving
  • close team collaboration

We recently screened the videos – with impromptu bursts of applause, homemade chocolate chip cookies, laughter, and requests to watch them a second time. A side note: after agonizing over this project for weeks, no one ever wants to ever hear the song again.

Here are our four remakes:


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