Professor Doug McLeod won the Chancellor’s Distinguished Teaching Award, an honor that recognizes UW-Madison’s best educators.
In honor of this year’s Super Bowl, J-School faculty and staff shared their favorite Super Bowl ads.
Jack McLeod, professor emeritus at the UW–Madison School of Journalism and Mass Communication and icon in the field of communication research, died on January 28, 2024.
This spring, the J-School welcomes seven adjunct instructors and lecturers to provide students with a real-world perspective on the world of communication. They share what they hope students take away from their courses.
After 11 years at the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, graduate adviser Lisa Aarli is retiring. Read Professional MA student Keifa Jaward’s thoughtful profile of Lisa and her legacy at the J-School.
SJMC alumni teach as adjunct instructors to provide students with a unique perspective on real-world experiences. Learn why they returned to the J-School.
Emeritus Professor James Hoyt was curious why J-School alum Bob Teague had not been recognized by UW Athletics for his accomplishments on the football field. His curiosity paid off.
SJMC grad students and faculty will travel to Washington D.C. to present their research the AEJMC 2023 Annual Conference from August 7-10, 2023.
Incoming assistant professor Miya Williams Fayne shares her research focus, what she hopes students take away from her classes, and what brought her to Madison and the J-School.
Professor Sue Robinson recently published “How Journalists Engage: A Theory of Trust Building, Identities, and Care,” a book exploring trust building in journalism.