Summer Term 2016
SJMC is offering an expanded 2016 Summer Term for Journalism majors and non-majors, with high-demand online, blended and early-summer classes allowing students to spend most or all of the summer anywhere they like, on or off campus.
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PhD student Juwon Hwang has won second place in the student paper competition for the AEJMC Communication Theory & Methodology division with her paper titled “The First Decision for My Child: Mechanisms … More
Members of Curb magazine were honored at the Milwaukee Press Club Gridiron Awards Friday night, continuing Curb’s tradition of producing award-winning work and journalists. Members of Curb took home three gold awards … More
May 6, 2016 By Will Hoverman Assistant Professor Kathleen Bartzen Culver has been named director of the Center for Journalism Ethics (CJE) in the UW–Madison School of Journalism … More
By Carly Schesel The enslaved men interviewed wanted so badly to let their families know they were alive that they wanted reporters to use their names and faces. But the reporters knew … More
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Qualitative Political Communication| Sharing the News: Journalistic Collaboration as Field Repair
Graves, Lucas; Konieczna, Magda. Qualitative Political Communication| Sharing the News: Journalistic Collaboration as Field Repair. International Journal of Communication, [S.l.], v. 9, p. 19, jun. 2015. ISSN 1932-8036. Abstract Organized journalism in … More