• CCT student Bentley Brown on why an interdisciplinary degree is a launchpad for future films

    In the filmmaking world, it’s now normal not to go to film school. Film school has its perks. It's great for networking. It provides a space to consistently shoot films. It provides access to near-extinct traditional celluloid film.

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  • CCT 506 Student Poster Projects

    Please come join us for the Annual 506 Fundamentals of Technology Poster Session, April 29th 5-7 PM (CCT Lounge or Courtyard, weather permitting). Refreshments and snacks served! We have 14 exciting projects, each focused on exploring both the technical content and the sociopolitical context of their technologies.

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  • CCT's Graduation Cocktail Reception - Friday, May 9th

    Hello CCT community, We are excited to announce our CCT Graduation Cocktail Reception for our graduating CCT students and class of 2013! This is a wonderful event and opportunity for you to celebrate the completion of your M.A. degree with colleagues, faculty and friends.

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  • CCT tumblr is now online

    CCT tumblr is now online

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  • CCT introduces our new Technology Design Studio (TDS)

    The Technology Design Studio (TDS) is a place where CCT students and faculty work together to merge theory with practice. In recognizing design as the most important liberal art of the twenty-first century, the studio reflects Georgetown’s mission of educating the whole person, and CCT’s commitment to teaching cutting-edge skills and technologies.

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  • CCT 850's E-Portfolios

    This is a showcase of the E-portfolio's compiled over the course of the Spring 2012 semester for Jeanine Turner's Digital Presence and Strategic Persuasion class.

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The Communication, Culture & Technology Master of Arts Program (CCT) explores the relationship between changing technology and changing cultures, including research, government, media, business, and communication.

By cutting across disciplinary and institutional boundaries, students develop creative solutions to complex problems posed by new technologies; students provide new leadership by thinking differently about today's ambiguities and complexities.

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