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Cait Konradt ’20

POE: Technology and Design

I chose to study Integrated Media Arts because of its fluid and interdisciplinary nature. As a student you get the choice to pair it with other departments of study such as Fine Arts, Communication, Information Technology, and more, which allows you to obtain knowledge from all of those different programs and put them together in a unique combination. 

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ima stories

Cassie Dunn ’20

POE: Digital Design

Before coming to college, I wanted to be a designer. Based on concerns from my family,  I wasn’t sure if it was a reliable career path, so instead I chose to study chemistry. After a year of studying in that field, I realized that I wasn’t excited about doing it every day. I switched my Program of Emphasis to be involved with the Integrated Media Arts program to pursue what I actually love doing: design.

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press release

Creating a Sense of Calm for Animals: Juniata Students…

Huntingdon, Pa. – Thursday. Jan. 30, 2020

The Huntingdon County Humane Society, a local animal shelter that aims to find loving homes for dogs and cats in both Huntingdon and Mifflin County, launched their new brand this Sunday. Students from Juniata College’s Integrated Media Arts program (IMA) worked closely with the shelter to redesign the previous logo and website, as well as integrate new ideas to streamline the adoption process.

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alumni spotlight

Alex Stoudt ‘17

POE: Multimedia Production & International Studies

Get to know a little about Alex and her adventures post graduation! “While being a student at Juniata, I was heavily involved with extracurricular activities and campus jobs. I can’t stress the importance of this enough.”

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eagles abroad

Community-Engaged Learning

Become a Global Citizen

Community-engaged learning provides students with opportunities to gain skills for success. This type of education has been crucial to my development personally and professionally. Now, I know how to see mistakes as opportunities to learn, face challenges effectively and appropriately, and give and receive constructive feedback. Beyond that, high-impact practices allowed me to become a global citizen that cares about the world.

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internship experience

Testing My Skills Through Teaching

During the summer of 2019, I had the opportunity to work at Grier Summer, a summer camp at the Grier School in Birmingham, Pennsylvania teaching Digital Art and serving as their summer camp photographer.  Throughout the six weeks spent on the Grier campus, I was able to open up creative doors for campers ages six through seventeen, capture many ‘first’ moments, but most importantly put my own digital art skills to the test by teaching classes.

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