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Congratulations to the 2022 MMI award winners!


Congratulations to the 2021 MMI award winners!

Teaching Prize 

Graduate Fellow
Tiffanie Nesbit, McGovern
Lindsay Santacroce, CLASS

Part-Time Faculty
Rose Stern, McGovern
(no prize awarded in CLASS)

Full-Time Faculty
Christopher Clarke, CLASS
Anna Mayer, McGovern

Student Prize

Critical Studies ... Daniel Kennedy, "Relax Your Face, Clint"

Creative Work .... Patrick Grady, Stalin Santiago, and Melissa Uriarte: "How to be Joiful in a World Full of Knowledge?​"

Honorable Mention ... Giovanni Singleton, "Cracked," "The Dirt of It"

Applied ... no winner selected

Best in Show ... Patrick Grady, Stalin Santiago, and Melissa Uriarte: "How to be Joiful in a World Full of Knowledge?"

To view the complete award ceremony, click here


chrisclarke21.jpeg 2021 MMI Teaching Award winner Chris Clarke is covered on KHOU.


Announcing the 2021-2022 Student Prize Competition 

2021-2022 Student Prize Competition Deadline to submit: Friday, April 15, 2022 5:00 p.m.
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Submissions are now closed. 


Announcing the 2020-2021 Programming Funds and Student Prize Competition 

2020-2021 Programming Funds

2020-2021 Student Prize Competition Deadline to submit: Friday, April 16, 5:00 p.m.

2020-2021 MMI Teaching Prize for Innovative Uses in Media

Past News


Due to the current national need to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, this year’s MMI Student Prize Competition is canceled.

Anything completed in AY2019-2020 will be eligible for next year's (AY 2020-2021) competition.

Please check again in Fall 2020 for further news about the coming year’s competition.

While we shelter at home, here are MMI Chair Karen Fang's Top 4 Streaming Hong Kong Cinema Picks


Congratulations to the winners of our inaugural Student Prize Competition!

Critical Studies ........... Shannon Duncan, Modern Day Slavery
Creative Work ............ Taylor Andreozzi, The Lemon of Pink
Applied Technology ..... Walter Barta, Digital Monology

Thank you to our jury and keynote speaker!

Keynote Speaker: Jenny Waldo

Jury:

To view the complete award ceremony, click here.

Here is a montage of some of the student entries.

Congratulations to Alessandro Carrera, 2018 Moores Professor

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Congratulations to our colleague David Politzer (School of Art), winner of a 2017 Individual Artist Grant from the City of Houston!

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