Ph.D. student Lynne Cotter recently won the Top Poster Award from AEJMC. She shares more about her research and the award.
Ilana Fromm joined Little Spoon in January 2020 and has spent the past three and a half years on the ground floor of a growing, successful startup company. She shares her favorite memories and advice for J-School students looking to work in the startup world.
Hans Obma is a creator, writer and lead actor in the intended series “A Question of Service.” He shares his proudest moments and advice for current students.
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.
Kim Kelleher has established an internship fund for J-School students aspiring to go into the journalism or strategic communication fields.
Jane Rotonda (BA’10), Director of the Wisconsin Book Festival, shares her proudest accomplishments and her favorite J-School memories.
Andrew McDonnell, the PA Librarian in the SJMC Journalism Reading Room, accepted a tenure-track position at the University of Kentucky as a Digital Archivist Librarian.
Phil Rosenthal is a former columnist for the Chicago Tribune, Chicago Sun-Times and Los Angeles Daily News. He is the winner of the 2023 Distinguished Service Award.
R. Lance Holbert is a professor of communication and social influence at Temple University and the winner of the 2023 Harold L. Nelson Award.
Distinguished Service Award winner, Coburn Dukehart reflects on her time while at UW-Madison and the J-School and her love of journalism.