Former students who majored or graduated in Technocultural
Studies or Film Studies have moved on to many interesting jobs
and activities. Here we list a few recent news items that have
come to our attention. See individual posts for details about
their current work and accomplishments.
Tim Kerbavaz graduated from UC Davis in March 2013.
He owns an event production business, Talon Entertainment
(www.talonent.com), which provides live sound, event production,
DJ, and video services in Northern California, Sacramento, and
the SF Bay area.
Victor Diaz Zapanta (B.A. 2006), an early Technocultural Studies
student, is featured in an article in
the Washingtonion blog. Zapanta works in
Washington, D.C., where he is Senior Designer at
the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Professor Jesse Drew said, “Victor is officially TCS student
Number One,” because he was the very first student Drew signed up
for the Technocultural Studies major when it was
Solomon Bothwell, a former Technocultural Studies
student, appears in an article in the New York
Times, in an article about the L.A. radio station
he founded, KCHUNG. According to the Times, “KCHUNG
Gives Los Angeles Artists a Voice on the Airwaves.”
blog provides an inside look at Theatre & Dance’s Spring
Awakening production. Anna Oh, a senior Film Studies and
American Studies double major, interviewed Spring
Awakening company members and created the video presented