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Category: MSLCE News

MSLCE Out in the World – Letter from the MSLCE Faculty Director

By Pablo Boczkowski A core element of the educational philosophy that provides the framework for the MSLCE program is the integration of theory and practice. During the fall, winter, and spring quarters, this manifests in the steady stream of industry speakers, the regular site visits to creative sector organizations, the emphasis on practical applications of

MSLCE Program Director Reflects on the Fall Quarter

We have been busy implementing a series of changes to accommodate the growth of the Master of Science in Leadership for Creative Enterprises (MSLCE) program in its second year. The thirty-six students who are enrolled this year are benefiting from the addition of new classes and extracurricular activities designed to enhance their learning experience and

MSLCE Celebrates the Success of its Inaugural Class

By Amy A. Ross Thirteen students completed their year-long journey as the inaugural class of Northwestern University’s Masters of Science in Leadership for Creative Enterprises (MSLCE). The students received their degree in a ceremony at the Alice Millar Chapel in Evanston, Illinois, last Thursday, August 27th. In an overview of the program’s achievements during its

Learn About MSLCE Faculty and Events on YouTube

By Jacob Nelson The Master of Science in Leadership for Creative Enterprises recently launched its YouTube channel. Check out our videos highlighting the program’s faculty and the courses they’re teaching. Faculty Profiles: Aymar Jean Christian Rick Morris James Webster Jacob Smith Eric Patrick Dan Heck We’ve also posted video highlights from our past three speaker

Oscar Torres Survived a Civil War and Became a Film Producer

By Amy RossIt is hard to imagine Oscar Torres as anything but a successful writer and film producer, but the heart-wrenching story of children recruited as soldiers that inspired his first screenplay, Voces Inocentes (Innocent Voices) offers a glimpse into his past. The movie allowed Torres to cope with and process the trauma he lived