by Sam Sartori, MSLCE Candidate ’20 If you’re anything like me, hearing the words, “can I give you some feedback?” can make you cringe. I’ll be the first to admit that receiving “constructive criticism” has never been one of my strengths. However, it is something I continually strive to be better at as I work
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Brianna Matthews ’16 always knew she wanted to be involved in filmmaking. Her father was an actor, and she had her sights set on a hands-on, conservatory-style undergraduate program that teaches students how movies are made. As a film production major at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts, she learned the ins and outs
The winter quarter is an especially dynamic one for MSLCE students. Courses in Economics, Business Models, Media Markets, Digital TV, and Public Policy challenged students to expand their knowledge base while also creating new opportunities for personal and professional growth. In addition to their studies, MSLCE students kicked off their spring quarter by traveling to
By Charlie Wein Grad school is a lot of work. Essays, group projects, and all manner of research. In between all the reading and writing, it’s important to take time in between to relax, get together with friends, and just maybe even…bust out an impromptu showtune! All this and more happened on a grand Tuesday
As the fall quarter gets underway, we welcome new faces and embrace new frontiers in the MS in Leadership for Creative Enterprises program. Now in its fourth year, MSLCE welcomes its largest incoming class yet. We are honored to welcome 42 new faces to campus this fall and to welcome back students who are continuing
By Jacob Nelson The third cohort of MSLCE students crossed the stage to accept diplomas during the MSLCE Convocation Ceremony, held on August 24 in the Alice Millar Chapel in Evanston. Families and friends in the audience cheered as one by one the names were called by MSLCE Associate Director Kathryn Lawson and the students,
by Pablo Boczkowski On September 1, 2014, I began a three-year assignment to launch the Master of Science in Leadership for Creative Enterprises program (MSLCE, for short) at Northwestern University’s School of Communication. With my tenure as faculty director coming to an end very shortly, I would like to reflect on the journey traveled so
For the third year in a row, students went on a week-long trip to a media capital in the United States. This year, half the cohort went to Los Angeles and the other half to New York. This trip is a critical moment in the curriculum of the program to make the connection between theory
By John Hounihan Our program is all about the cross between arts and industry – how we as leaders can relate to both artists and professionals. Last week, however, a group of MSCLE traveled to the Goodman Theatre to see a show that exposed the underbelly of the professional world.
By Pablo BoczkowskiThe MSLCE program is always improving, as a result of responding to both students’ needs and market trends. This fall quarter we launched a new class, Culture and Arts Analytics, taught by Ágnes Horvát. In this class students acquired the essential toolkit to interpret and mine Big Data resources for the creative sector.