The meeting of round table named as “Kazakh publishing: past and future” was in the conference room № 230 on 31st October 2019. This meeting was organized by department of publishing-editing and art of journalism faculty. During the discussion it was raised a question related to the 100th anniversary of the founding of the first Kazakh publishing house “Kazmembas”.
The name of Zhumabek Kenzhalin, a well-known writer, expert journalist, and teacher of our University, who has been a long-time leader in the country’s foreign media, is widely known to future journalists. The meeting on the 85th anniversary of Al-Farabi KazNU and the Faculty of Journalism was devoted to theme «Zhumabek Kenzhalin-Journalist. Scientist. Figure».
A round table “Egemen Qazaqstan - a hundred-year-old chronicle of the Kazakh”, dedicated to the 100th anniversary of the republican newspaper “Egemen Qazaqstan” and the 85th anniversary of the faculty of journalism was held at the Al-Farabi KazNU. Before the event began, a tour of the university campus was organized for the delegation of the Egemen Qazaqstan newspaper, which started with a visit to the Al-Farabi Science Library. The library, decorated in oriental style, has more than 2 million resources and is a platform for new technologies and communication solutions.
The week of «Media and New Media» dedicated to the 85th anniversary of the Faculty of Journalism of Al Farabi KazNU. Today's guest is the editor-in-chief of the independent copyright platform Bugin.kz, journalist Margulan Akan held a regular meeting with students.
Editor-in-chief of Retro FM, PR-director of Kazakhstan Fashion Week, director of the Unity family festival, graduate of the journalism department of KazNU - Botagoz Aldongarova held a master class with students of the journalism faculty on the profession, journalistic ethics, and also on their busy student life in KazNU.
On October 21, a meeting of students of the Faculty of Journalism of the Al-Farabi Kazakh National University with a professor at the University of Massachusetts (Ph.D., University of Massachusetts, Professor Emerita of Communications at Worcester State University) - Linda Fuller (USA) was held