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PhotoVideoEDU staff Featured Student: Gina V. Harvey, Cosumnes River College
The PhotoVideoEDU Featured Student for October 2014, Gina V. Harvey, plans to focus on portraiture and conceptual work after receiving her associate’s degree from Cosumnes River College. She talked with us about her switch from a career in advertising to photography studies, and her interest in combining multiple media types.
Aimee Baldridge Interview: MAC Group National Manager of Educational Markets Brenda Hipsher
The photo industry veteran and PhotoVideoEDU national manager talks about how the program is responding to the needs of students and educators in the rapidly changing world of photography and filmmaking.
PhotoVideoEDU staff Featured Student: Grace A. Pentecoste, Long Island University
The PhotoVideoEDU Featured Student for November 2014, Grace A. Pentecoste, is working toward a dual-major bachelor's degree in photography and education at LIU's Post campus. She talked with us about her love for film, the ways that cameras can be like people, and how her thesis project grew out of a trip to Nicaragua.
Aimee Baldridge Technology for Photo Educators: Erika Gentry on WordPress
City College of San Francisco professor Erika Gentry talks to PhotoVideoEDU about how she uses the WordPress blog content management system to create a central repository for course materials and resources, interact with students, and teach young photographers to use the online tools they'll need as professionals.
PhotoVideoEDU staff Featured Photography Program: Webster University
Bill Barrett, professor and coordinator of Webster's photography bachelor's program, talks with PhotoVideoEDU about the program's focus on careers, its Midwestern setting, and its plans for a building renovation.
PhotoVideoEDU staff Featured Photography Program: The University of the Arts
Photography Program Director and Assistant Professor Anne Massoni talks with PhotoVideoEDU about the UArts program's blend of fine arts and professional training, its multidisciplinary approach to creative work, and its urban Philadelphia campus.
Aimee Baldridge Technology for Photo Educators: Jeff Curto on ProfCast
College of DuPage professor Jeff Curto talks to PhotoVideoEDU about how he uses ProfCast software to easily create podcasts of his history of photography class that enhance his students' experience in the course and allow him to reach a broader audience.
PhotoVideoEDU staff Featured Photography Program: Long Island University
LIU’s Daniel Mirer and Thom O’Connor talk about the program's focus on conceptual practice in art, its blend of a traditional campus setting and access to New York City, and the one-on-one attention its students receive.

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