Dr. Young Mie Kim, SJMC professor, has been selected as a 2023-24 fellow at the Stanford University Center for Advanced Study of Behavioral Sciences.
UW-Madison’s Field Day Lab and SJMC professor Sue Robinson launched an educational video game to teach middle school students media literacy skills.
A new report from the Center for Communication and Civic Renewal found deep fractures in Wisconsin political life as well as political common ground and opportunities for civic renewal.
Angelina Stone, administrative assistant at the J-School, won the University Staff Award for her outstanding contributions to the school.
This summer, Kathleen Bartzen Culver, associate professor and director of the Center for Journalism Ethics, will transition into the role of Director of the UW-Madison School of Journalism and Mass Communication.
The UW-Madison School of Journalism and Mass Communication is continuing its Sharon Dunwoody Science Journalist in Residence Program to educate students about science communication.
William Burl Blankenburg, professor emeritus of the UW-Madison School of Journalism, died January 1, 2023. Past student of Blankenburg’s, George Hesselberg, reflects on his legacy and mentorship.
Assistant professor Jing Wang provides insight into her career as an academic and how growing up in China has shaped her research.
A team of researchers at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, Georgia Tech, and other U.S. universities is developing a new digital tool to help journalists identify and combat misinformation online, with a particular focus on food safety
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.”