Alumni Successes

Broadcast Journalism alumnus Gabe Bullard is a 2014-15 Neiman Journalism Fellow at Harvard. Kathy Corley, Brian Jun, and Eric Rothenbuhler

Brian Jun
, critically acclaimed filmmaker and 2001 Webster alumnus, used crowd-sourcing to fund his most recent project.

Leah Latham worked on the animated feature Frozen. It won a number of awards including an Academy Award and a Golden Globe.

Marteen de Boer, a student who took only a few photography classes, is a photographer to the stars.

John W. Richardson, who graduated in 1994 with a bachelor's degree in media communications, co-wrote the film script for Non-Stop. The film was released on February 28, 2014.

Annie Haarman, who graduated in 2006 from the School of Communications, with a bachelor's degree in public relations, was named to the St. Louis Business Journal's 30 Under 30 List.Annie Haarmann

Mike Glazer, who graduated in 2006 with a bachelor's degree in media communications, appeared on an episode of Worst Cooks in America. Glazer now lives in in Los Angeles and works as a writer and comedian. 

School of Communications alumna Michelle Oyola earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in journalism in 2007. She found a passion for teaching after working with teens. She applied and was accepted into Teach for America.