J-School alum Meagan Doll has received a 2021 Distinguished Dissertation and Thesis Award from the University of Washington.
Metra Farrari is a self-described nap-time novelist. She is the author of the forthcoming novel All The Blues Come Through, out June 11.
In “Stopping the Next One”, Kushner explores animal-borne illnesses that could be the next pandemic, and how scientists hope to prevent this.
J-School alum Seija Rankin is here to make sure readers find their next great book. as the Books Editor for Entertainment Weekly.
Elizabeth Lang Oreamuno (MA’20) brought an outsider’s perspective with her when she arrived in Madison, and went on to create multiple award winning pieces.
The spring 2021 issue of the Vilas Insider newsletter is here, and coming to mailboxes soon. You can read the digital versions of the stories with additional content here. Letter from the Director Spring Scholarship …
Barry Baum (BA’92) and Arvind Gopalratnam (BA’04) answer questions about their time in the J-School and their work at the Milwaukee Bucks.
A vital part of the academic experience in many J-School classes, TAs have a range of responsibilities from leading discussions and labs to presenting lectures.
Pierce recently earned a “distinguished” prefix to add to her title of “faculty associate”. We caught up with her to learn more about this honor.
Dr. Lauren Tucker (PhD’93), Founder and CEO of Do What Matters, SJMC Board of Visitors member and Mass Communication Research Center fellow, spoke at SJMC’s graduation celebration.