Student Clubs

AdFed

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AdFed is a student organization that uses creative and strategic methods to further students’ knowledge of the advertising business.

Members gain hands-on experience similar to what they would experience in a real-world advertising agency. The group is centered around a year-long project where members have to create an entire integrated marketing communications (IMC) plan for a different client each year.

For more information about AdFed, contact Dr. Hwiman Chung at hchung@nmsu.edu


Broadcasters Club 

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The Broadcasters Club is another exciting option for NMSU students interested in television or radio. Broadcasters Club members meet every other week and are joined by industry professionals from the local area and around the world as they share their experiences in journalism and broadcasting. Students raise funds through bake sales and car washes and attend professional conferences both in and out of state. For more information about the Broadcasters Club, contact Mr. Nick Miller at nickmil@nmsu.edu.


Dodge & Burn Club

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The Dodge & Burn Club at NMSU is open to both journalism majors and non-majors, and offers students the opportunity to gain experience as photojournalists outside the classroom. It emphasizes visual storytelling along with basic photography skills and workshops.

Club members enrolled in advanced photography classes also maintain the NMSU Shooters website as a means of showcasing student work.

For more information about the Dodge & Burn Club and/or NMSU Shooters, contact Mr. Bruce Berman at brucini@nmsu.edu.


The Scoop

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The Scoop is an annual journalism and media studies department alumni magazine published online and as a print edition. The magazine provides students with a unique opportunity to write, photograph, edit and design at all phases of production. 

A student editor is selected to lead a staff of reporters in producing stories about innovations and successes within the department, as well as describing campus changes and recording current history for interested NMSU journalism alumni. 

The Scoop showcases student excellence and makes a powerful addition to a graduate’s professional portfolio while providing a chronicle of progress in the Department of Journalism and Media Studies. 

For more information, contact Dr. Mary Lamonica at mlamonic@nmsu.edu.