The School of Journalism and Mass Communication has welcomed distinguished alum Dr. Nathan Kalmoe back to Vilas Hall as the new executive administrative director of the Center for Communication and Civic Renewal (CCCR).
Three Questions for Renee Moe ’99
J-School alum Renee Moe (B.A. ‘99) is the president and CEO of United Way Dane County. We caught up with her to hear more about her career journey and what she remembers most from her time in the J-School.
Award-winning Curb Magazine launches newest issue, “Pulse”
The 21st edition of Curb Magazine, titled “Pulse,” is now available online and in print, with this year’s edition focused on what drives and propels the heart of Wisconsin forward.
J201 helps students become more sophisticated consumers of media
The School of Journalism and Mass Communication’s course, Introduction to Mass Communication (J201), invites students to begin untangling the complex power of our mediated environments. Enrollment for spring sections is now open.
Professor Kathryn McGarr publishes new book, “City of Newsmen: Public Lies and Professional Secrets in Cold War Washington”
Kathryn McGarr, a historian and assistant professor in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, has published a new book, “City of Newsmen: Public Lies and Professional Secrets in Cold War Washington.”
UW Center hosts conference honoring Bill Kraus, “Renewing Civic Life in Wisconsin”
The University of Wisconsin–Madison’s Center for Communication and Civic Renewal (CCCR) is hosting a conference titled “Renewing Civic Life in Wisconsin: Fulfilling the Legacy of Bill Kraus” on Nov. 18 at the Gordon Commons in Madison, Wisconsin.
Three Questions for Hall of Famer Peter Fox ’73
In which we ask Three Questions of Peter Fox, J-School alum and former executive director of the Wisconsin Newspaper Association, who will be inducted into the Wisconsin Newspaper Hall of Fame on Thursday, Nov. 10.
Five resources for applying to the School of Journalism & Mass Communication
Advisor Sandra Kubat shares advice for prospective applicants ahead of upcoming information sessions.
J-School raises $12,080 during Fill the Hill
Thank you to our alums, friends of the school, faculty and staff for making this beloved tradition one for the books this Homecoming!
Fill the Hill 2022: Become a Flockstar, Support the J-School!
Fill the Hill begins Thursday, October 20! Gifts go to the J-School’s annual fund, which gives us discretionary funding to help support scholarships, facilties, events and more.