Among the WNAF Award winners were many SJMC alums, whose dedication to providing reliable local news coverage has earned them recognition in a variety of categories.
With people spending more time than ever before online, the Digital Studies Certificate program is a perfect fit for students curious about the role of technology in the present and the future.
Ph.D. student Yiping Xia, was recently awarded a Mini Fellowship from UW-Madison’s Holtz Center for Science and Technology Studies. We caught up with Yiping to hear more about him and what he hopes to do after graduation.
J-School alum Marquise Mays is an award-winning filmmaker and media scholar. His film “The Heartland” has been selected to be a part of an emerging filmmaker series curated by John Ridley, founder of Nō Studios and Academy Award-winning screenwriter of 12 Years of Slave.
This semester, four of our Professional Track M.A. students completed their degrees and showcased their portfolios of published work. Here’s a look at our four graduating ProTrackers, and what they hope to do next!
Curb Pause emphasizes that we all should take an intentional pause to recognize injustices, reflect on historic parallels and amplify voices that have been muted for generations.
From scholarship and research to their work in the community, J-Schoolers like Steven are making their mark on the world and living out the Wisconsin Idea.
Our commitments include recruiting a diverse student body and building a school community where people feel a sense of belonging, so we have created the Inclusive Recruiting and Student Support Initiative.
Via the “What’s Now: Fall Guest Speaker Series,” in an installment of three parts, four University of Wisconsin-Madison alumni shared their own experiences in the media industry and how COVID-19 has impacted their field of work.
The year ahead will not be easy, but we will not lose heart. We will dig in—because that’s what Badgers do.