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!
Curb Pause emphasizes that we all should take an intentional pause to recognize injustices, reflect on historic parallels and amplify voices that have been muted for generations.
From scholarship and research to their work in the community, J-Schoolers like Steven are making their mark on the world and living out the Wisconsin Idea.
The National Communication Association will hold its annual convention virtually November 19-22, 2020. Here’s a look at the sessions featuring SJMC students and faculty.
Students’ teamwork is being put to the test as The Badger Report transitioned to remote instruction. Read more about how students are working together while staying apart.
The UW-Madison School of Journalism and Mass Communication has been working hard to give their students a chance to stay engaged with a wide range of course material, whether in person or virtually.
As COVID-19 continues to present challenges, student organizations at UW-Madison are taking on the task of collaborating and thinking critically in new work landscapes.
Li was recently awarded the Social Data Dissertation Fellowship from the SSRC in order to study how citizens can form healthy skepticism toward information they encounter on social media.
With information about COVID-19 rapidly circulating online, it can be difficult to determine what’s true and what’s not. SJMC faculty and students are working on several projects to combat misinformation.
Graduate students and faculty will be active throughout the AEJMC virtual conference, by presenting research, acting as panelists and moderators in group discussions, and more.