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Toya Washington, an anchor at WISN 12 News in Milwaukee, has been chosen as this year’s Wisconsin Journalist in Residence at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. The program brings state journalists to campus … More
Students in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication brought their social media skills into the community on March 3 to help local nonprofits raise $232,291 from 1,749 people. The money was … More
Public registration for the Center for Journalism Ethics 2015 conference (April 10), Fair or Foul: Ethics and Sports Journalism is now open!
Our ethics center has a conference coming up April 10 in Madison for anyone with an interest in sports. Check out the all-star lineup online, including guests from ESPN, NBC Sports, the … More
Do you have an unpaid summer internship? SJMC undergrad and grad students apply now for for summer internship support ($2,500-$4,000). Follow the link below for more details, and to apply. http://journalism.wisc.edu/career-services/internship-support-funds-summer-2015/
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- 04/06/15 Meet Dan Vergano
- 04/09/15 Discover jobs and internships with USAToday Standards & Ethics Editor, Brent Jones, will discuss many opportunities
- 04/10/15 Center for Journalism Ethics 2015 Spring Conference Fair or Foul: Ethics and Sports Journalism
Community Journalism Midst Media Revolution
Robinson, Sue, Ed. Community Journalism Midst Media Revolution. 2015. Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group. Edited by Associate Professor Sue Robinson, with chapters by Robinson, Assistant Professor Katy Culver, and former UW-Madison School of Journalism … More