By Emily Knepple Karen Walsh is a 1981 graduate of the UW-Madison School of Journalism and one of our 2020 Distinguished Service Award recipients. Walsh spent 23 years working for the University in public information …
By Emily Knepple Ali Zelenko, senior vice president of communications of NBC News, is a 1993 graduate of the School of Journalism and one of our 2020 Distinguished Service Award recipients. Zelenko credits the J-School with …
Our 2020 Alumni Awards Ceremony scheduled for April 24 was canceled due to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak. Please join us in honoring these alumni award winners. On Wisconsin!
Jason Cohen ‘94 recently won the Directors Guild of America award, one of the most prestigious awards given to directors in his field, for his work on “Encore!”
Pat Hastings is both a J-School alum and a pillar of its curriculum. She recently earned a “distinguished” prefix to her title and we’re proud to recognize her distinction as a teacher and shine on a light on the great work she does every single day.
Alum Ashley Voss had a special reason to tune into the Super Bowl this year. Her team was featured. Not her favorite football team but her colleagues at the UW-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine.
Graduates of our professional master’s degree program have a strong track record of landing jobs that use their skills and specializations.
Natalie Yahr (MA’19) produces a series of podcasts that have changed how the paper delivers news. We caught up with her when she was interviewing a colleague about a cover story he’d written.
The program’s affordability and flexibility puts a master’s degree in reach for students pursuing careers in journalism.
When the Madison Mallards, the Wisconsin Rapids Rafters, the Kenosha Kingfish or the Green Bay Booyah take the field, it’s because Conor Caloia has been doing his job. A 2004 graduate of the University of …