New Faculty

We’d like to welcome John Murphy and Brian Daley to the Digital Media and Design Department!

John comes to DMD after a 34-year career working in the corporate world, as the Social Media Listener for Cigna and the Social Media Director at Aetna.

Brian has spent nearly 20 years working as a freelancer and as a web developer for University Communications at UConn, and after previously serving as an adjunct lecturer, joins the department full time.

Learn more about John and Brian and hear their thoughts about joining DMD!

Now Accepting Applications!

Enrollment for the 2018-2019 Storrs and Stamford DMD Program is now open.

Apply to Storrs now!

Apply to Stamford now!

Discover a Business or Entertainment Career in Digital Media. Arrange a tour today!

UConn Student Entrepreneurs

Students describe the ideas they turned into reality – from a 3-D printed, muscle controlled, prosthetic hand, to the first STEM-focused magazine at UConn, to a business for removing invasive plants – with funding from UConn’s IDEA Grant Program

Via UConn Today

Digital Media CT (Summer 2016)

The Digital Media CT (DMCT) summer intensive training program in Stamford is designed for high school juniors and seniors, college graduates, veterans, and professionals with a desire to learn the basic skills necessary to potentially seek entry-level work in the DM industry. Learn more about DMCT.

Digital Media Discovery Evening at UConn Stamford

Are you interested in the intersection of business, design, communication, film, and entertainment?

Digital Media is a disrupted medium that is forever-evolving and transforming our culture.

Please join us at the Digital Media Discovery Evening on November 3rd, 6:00PM – 7:30PM in the Multi-Purpose room at the Stamford campus.  The event is open to high school students interested in learning more about the Digital Media & Design program.


For any questions regarding the event, please contact Matthew Worwood at

Student Heads to Rio Olympics on Internship

For much of his life, Fernando Marinho ’17 (SFA) thought of Rio de Janeiro as a place to go on vacation. While growing up in Brazil, he remembers family trips to the coastal resort city – a four or five-hour drive from their home in São Paulo.

Read more at UConn Today