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Bob White

Bob White
Library Building - L324
Office Hours
Monday & Wednesday: 1pm — 5pm
Tuesday & Thursday: 3pm — 5pm

Bob White has been a Professor of Communications at Simmons College since 1971. Specializing in the world of still and moving pictures, White teaches video, computer animation, and various forms of media production and presentation. He studies animation at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, where his classmates mysteriously remain the same age, whilst his long white beard grows longer and longer each year. His 16mm, stick figure, first animated film, "Fragment: recently discovered and attributed to Emile Cohl circa 1909" was screened in Panorama at Annecy, France in 1982. He is quite cheerful.

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Master of Science in Communication
Boston University