Aubre Andrus is the author of the forthcoming Look Up book series, designed to introduce 8 to 12-year-old girls to women in STEM careers.
This fall, J-School students in J564: Media and the Consumer will be learning from industry expert, UW-Madison alum and SJMC Board of Visitors member Rob Master.
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.
2021 Best of Madison gold-winning photographer Sam Li talks about his latest project, a video titled “Madison, Wisconsin – Best City Ever”.
J-School alum Meagan Doll has received a 2021 Distinguished Dissertation and Thesis Award from the University of Washington.
Metra Farrari is a self-described nap-time novelist. She is the author of the forthcoming novel All The Blues Come Through, out June 11.
In “Stopping the Next One”, Kushner explores animal-borne illnesses that could be the next pandemic, and how scientists hope to prevent this.
J-School alum Seija Rankin is here to make sure readers find their next great book. as the Books Editor for Entertainment Weekly.
Barry Baum (BA’92) and Arvind Gopalratnam (BA’04) answer questions about their time in the J-School and their work at the Milwaukee Bucks.
Pierce recently earned a “distinguished” prefix to add to her title of “faculty associate”. We caught up with her to learn more about this honor.