The National Communication Association will hold its 108th annual convention November 17-20, 2022 in New Orleans.
Researchers plan to study how technology and digital media influence health behaviors and wellbeing in adolescents.
Researchers received a $5 million award to continue developing Course Correct, a tool to help journalists identify and combat misinformation.
This fall, UW-Madison’s Science Journalist in Residence program will be named for Evjue-Bascom Professor Emerita of the School of Journalism and Mass Communication Sharon Dunwoody, who passed away earlier this year.
As summer winds to a close, many of our 2022 Ph.D. alums are heading out into the world and moving on to their next adventures.
Professional M.A. student Erin McGroarty was recently accepted to the NLGJA’s CONNECT Scholar program. We caught up with Erin to hear more about her.
J-School alum Aimée Eichelberger’s career was recently featured in Sheridan Road Magazine. We caught up with her to hear about her advice for J-Schoolers who want to work in the world of public relations.
SJMC alum Seungahn Nah (PhD’06) was named the Dianne Snedaker Chair in Media Trust and Research Director for the University of Florida’s Consortium on Trust in Media and Technology (CTMT).
This year’s AEJMC conference is August 3-5. SJMC graduate students and faculty will be presenting research and speaking on panels.
J-School alum and Associate Dean for DEI in the School of Pharmacy Lisa Imhoff was named to Madison365’s list of Wisconsin’s Most Influential Asian American Leaders of 2022.