Getting Experience

Master Class with Zach Dobson: Should I copyright my work?

This was originally published on Zach Dobson’s blog, blog.zachdobson.com, which is a great place to look at Zach’s work and read other tips for student photographers.

What’s the deal with copyright?

I’m glad you asked, Jerry.  Let’s talk about photography …

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Q+A with Telecommunications Alumni Bennett Conrad

Bennett Conrad graduated from IU in 2010 with a degree in Telecommunications. He has extensive experience in telecommunications. Recently, he worked as a producer at Tinker Park Studios, for two years before transitioning to Borshoff in late 2018.

What do …

By Maureen Langley
Maureen Langley Designer & Marketing Coordinator
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Q+A with ’04 Merchandising Alumna Karielle Day, Home Depot Director of Merchandising

Target and Home Depot aren’t exactly sister stores, but Karrielle Day has left her mark on both companies. She’s an ’04 merchandising alumna and currently the Director of Merchandising of Outdoor Storage and Install at The Home Depot. She works …

By Kiki Lin
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Q+A with Yuri Cataldo, Innovation Engagement Manager at Autodesk and bottled-water maker

Yuri Cataldo, a ‘04 alumnus of the Theatre and Drama program, has been Innovation Engagement Manager at Autodesk, Inc. since 2017. He attended Juilliard and Yale after graduating from IU.

What do you wish someone would have told you as …

By Maureen Langley
Maureen Langley Designer & Marketing Coordinator
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Senior statistics major Anne Marie Matheny corrects climate models

Ann Marie Matheny worked as a climate statistics research intern through Vermont EPSCor, which stands for the Established Program to Stimulate Competitive Research. It’s a program designed to fulfill the National Science Foundation’s mandate to promote scientific progress nationwide.

“I …

By Maureen Langley
Maureen Langley Designer & Marketing Coordinator
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