Spring 2021 Capstone Presentations


Congratulations go out to the Spring 2022 Electronic Media Capstone class who presented their final projects this past Monday night. The class of 12 presented a variety of different projects from creative films to self produced music EPs and promotional videos for clients. 

Kaity Soholt won the award for “best student presentation” for her short film titled “Prophetic”. Soholt said, “I’m so grateful to my peers and the judges for giving me the honor! It feels really good to know that all my hard work was recognized.” Students work the entire semester creating, shooting and editing their final products for their capstone presentations. Everyone with an Electronic Media major has to complete a capstone project in order to graduate from UW-Whitewater. For future students Soholt advised, “Create something that you’ll have fun creating! You get to make whatever you want, so take advantage of that. You spend a lot of time with this project, so create something you’ll be excited to work on and proud to show others.”

“This has been a very successful semester for our capstone students,” Professor Jim Mead said. “They excelled with their projects despite another semester of distraction due to the pandemic. Being the good students they are, they battled adversity and came out on top with quality productions.” The capstone presentations will find a home on UWW-TV in repeats during the capstone block.


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