Gonzaga and ieiMedia Team Up In Special Program for Adults

Sep 18, 2013   //   by Andy Ciofalo   //   Photography & Photojournalism, Study Abroad  //  No Comments
Andy Ciofalo (ieiMedia Founder and President) is professor emeritus of communication/ journalism at Loyola College Maryland, where he arrived in 1983 to found what is now The Communication Department.

Gonzaga University is cooperating with ieiMedia to offer the Institute’s first Lifelong Learning Program this Spring. The program is aimed at alumni and other interested adults. The group will spend a week in March on the French and Italian Rivieras doing art, photography, and cooking, plus instruction in conversational French.
The program is headed by Dr. John Caputo, Professor of Communicatons Leadership at Gonzaga, and an intercultural communications expert who has taught for ieiMedia in Cagli and Camerano, Italy, and Armagh, Northern Ireland. He is the director of “Gonzaga in Cagli”, a graduate course in communications leadership offered every summer in Italy. He also directs his department’s graduate program in Florence each spring before heading off to Cagli. He can be contacted at caputo@gonzaga.edu.
For full details visit the program page.

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