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.
The National Communication Association will hold its 108th annual convention November 17-20, 2022 in New Orleans.
Advisor Sandra Kubat shares advice for prospective applicants ahead of upcoming information sessions.
The event will be held on Oct. 12 from 12:00-1:30 p.m. in the 5th Quarter Studio on the second floor of Union South.
Professional M.A. student Erin McGroarty was recently accepted to the NLGJA’s CONNECT Scholar program. We caught up with Erin to hear more about her.
This year’s AEJMC conference is August 3-5. SJMC graduate students and faculty will be presenting research and speaking on panels.
Tamia Fowlkes and Gaby Vinick, both SJMC class of 2022 graduates, will participate in the Summer 2022 POLITICO Journalism Institute.
“We the Vision” premiered on March 1 at the Marquee Theater at Union South. The documentary was directed and produced by Lansana and included interviews with a long list of TBV alumni and current members.
Ph.D. student Luis Gryffin Loya recently won a campus-wide teaching assistant award. We caught up with Gryffin to hear more about him and what he hopes to do after graduation.
By Emily Knepple & Ashley Toy The estate of Gerald J. Ruben, a School of Journalism and Mass Communication alum who passed away in 2015, has established a scholarship in his memory. The Gerald J. …