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.
The Holtz Center offers fellowships for graduate students with research interests in the field of science and technology studies. The 2020-2022 cohort includes four fellows, three of whom are SJMC graduate students.
The University of Wisconsin has a long tradition of quality education, strong community and dedicated service. These principles are all key to the Wisconsin Idea: that education should influence people’s lives beyond the boundaries of …
“Our leadership has been outstanding – steady, calm, forward-thinking, understanding and helpful,” says Professor Michael Wagner.
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The 18th edition of Curb magazine, which focuses on the power of decision-making, launches today, following the stories of those who are charting the course of Wisconsin’s future through their individual choices. The magazine, titled …