Art for Science’s Sake: Stalking John James Audubon, a documentary made by two professors from the University of Southern Indiana (USI), was lately showcased at the Victory International Film Festival in Evansville, Indiana. The film, which received the “Best Hoosier Produced Film” award, delves into the life and perform of renowned 19th-century naturalist John James Audubon. Dr. Leigh Anne Howard, the Chair of the Communication and Media Division and a Professor of Communication Research, along with Dr. David Black, an Associate Professor Emeritus of Radio and Tv, worked with each other on this a single-hour documentary. In a generous gesture, the professors decided to donate their $500 prize to the Dave Black Endowed Scholarship for Radio-Tv at USI. To understand a lot more about the Victory International Film Festival, please stop by their official internet site.