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Guide the Department of Theater, Dance, Entertainment and Arts Management and Music Industry undergraduate programs and graduate Arts Administration program with 80 tenure track, auxiliary and adjunct faculty. Serve as advisor to the Dean on issues of planning for the College, implement ongoing curriculum refinement, guide budgeting and financial administration. Developed a new undergraduate curriculum and program in Entertainment and Arts Management, hired Program Director and advised on program launch. Advocated for the 2008 launch of a new undergraduate Dance major, assisted in acquiring space, budget and faculty. Edited ...
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I have two questions for you. First, there are several services out there that offer coverage from Hollywood readers. Would it make any difference to you or someone in the know, if you received a query from a writer who had received a “consider” or “recommend” from one of these services? Or is it just another waste of time/money? And secondly, I've also read that for unknown writers it's important to get your work "in the door" anyway possible. Some have even suggested contacting people who work in the mailroom, because these are future agents and someday they are going to need clients and they would be more ... market research, surveys and trends
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Jedediah Morfit discusses his piece “The Price of Doing Business” at the opening reception of Far Away from the Beginning: A Departure from Childhood Idealism. Photo: Alysson Cwyk   Check out Drexel’s latest exhibit, Far Away from the Beginning: A Departure from Childhood Idealism , at the Leonard Pearlstein Gallery located in Nesbitt Hall (33 rd & Market St). Tara Caton, an Entertainment and Arts Management major, curated this exhibition as her Senior Project using works from artists she worked alongside with during her first co-op. We met with Caton to discuss Far Away at the opening reception on August 6. The ... market research, surveys and trends

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Motion pictures and television. Performing arts. New media. Museums. These "creative industries," and others like them, belong to one of the fastest-growing economic sectors not only in the United States, but worldwide. The tremendous growth of these industries has created a need for professionals who can combine both management and leadership skills with a thorough understanding of art, entertainment, and media production. Drexel's Entertainment and Arts Management (EAM) program, offered through the Antoinette Westphal College of Media Arts & Design, prepares students for this challenge by providing both a ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Drexel, a private, nonsectarian, coeducational university, has maintained a reputation for academic excellence since its founding in 1891. Its technologically focused academic programs prepare undergraduates for graduate school and a variety of careers. Full-time professional experience through Drexels cooperative education program is a vital part of a Drexel education. Students gain professional experience in jobs related to their career interests by alternating classroom study with periods of professional experience. Drexel University grants bachelors, masters, and doctoral degrees. Last years undergraduate enrollment numbered ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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The Walnut Creek Police Department will conduct a DUI/drivers license checkpoint 9 p.m. Friday to 2 a.m. Saturday, in Walnut Creek on Lawrence Way near Penniman Way. The checkpoint is an effort to reduce accidents caused by drunk drivers, as well as insuring drivers have a valid driver's license. A major component of these checkpoints is to increase awareness of the dangers of impaired driving and to encourage sober designated drivers. Traffic volume and weather permitting, all vehicles may be checked and drivers who are under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs will be arrested. The public is encouraged to help keep ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
Ovation's growth may be worthy of applause
Television may be a vast wasteland, but for the last four years a group of investors has been working to establish an oasis for Ovation, an independent channel devoted to art and contemporary culture. It's not easy being a little guy in a land of media giants, lacking leverage and deep pockets. But the Santa Monica-based Ovation has notched impressive gains and is attempting to prove that an arts channel can thrive on TV. Available in only 5 million homes in 2007, the channel now can be seen in about 42 million homes, or nearly half of all cable and satellite households in the country. Ovation also has bolstered its roster ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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Entertainment and Arts Management Program. SCHOOL OF BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING. BMES 524 Introduction to Biosensors. BMES 525 Advanced Biosensors ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Arts, Entertainment, and Recreation
The industry is characterized by a large number of seasonal and part-time jobs and the employment of relatively young workers. About 37 percent of all workers have no formal education beyond high school. Rising incomes, more leisure time, and growing awareness of the health benefits of physical fitness will increase the demand for arts, entertainment, and recreation services. Earnings are relatively low. As long as people have had free time, they have pursued leisure activities. Musical troupes, theaters, and sports have been a part of culture since ancient times. As leisure time and personal incomes have grown across the ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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  1. profile image WhoiAm_Jennifer This is something I've been wanting to do for a while and my advisor said I should since I'm an Arts and Entertainment management major...
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Bachelor's degree programs and program titles vary by educational institution. The two primary bachelor's degree qualification types are: Bachelor of Arts (BA). This type of degree type usually... If you get your Masters Degree in Education is it a Masters of Science or Masters of Arts ? Master of Science, if it is in Leadership and Management in Education. What is the difference between masters of science in nursing and masters of arts in nursing? I have never been made aware of a master's of arts in nursing. Typically, it is a masters of science degree. Still, to give you a brief overview of the difference ...
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A theatre concentration will limit your work to theatre...and that can be a lonely career choice, as it puts you in a niche so small that you might never find acceptable work. An English degree will at least allow you to open a wide variety of doors: print and broadcast journalism, writing, magazine editing, book publishing, even teaching. - Stuart 2 weeks ago 100% 1 Vote There are currently no comments for this question. * You must be logged into Answers to add comments. Sign in or Register . Member since: April 20, 2008 Total points: 1245 (Level 3) 2 weeks ago Member since: March 02, 2010 Total points: 9381 (Level 5) Badge Image: