J-School Associate Professor and James E. Burgess Ethics in Journalism Chair Kathleen Bartzen Culver has won the 2020 Scripps Howard Journalism & Mass Communication Teacher of the Year Award.
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.
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.
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.
Here’s a look at our two graduating ProTrackers and some of the stories they’ve completed throughout the program, as well as skills they’ve learned and other major takeaways.
In addition to his long and accomplished career in academia at the University of Oregon, Jack Hart is the author of Wordcraft and Storycraft.
Our 2021 Alumni Awards Ceremony will take place virtually on Friday, April 23 at 6:00 p.m. CDT.
Deborah Blum is the director of the Knight Science Journalism Program at MIT and is a recipient of the 2021 Distinguished Service Award.
Among the WNAF Award winners were many SJMC alums, whose dedication to providing reliable local news coverage has earned them recognition in a variety of categories.
This semester, four of our Professional Track M.A. students completed their degrees and showcased their portfolios of published work. Here’s a look at our four graduating ProTrackers, and what they hope to do next!