Retired WSJ columnist George Hesselberg (BA’73) is back with his new book “Dead Lines: Slices of Life from the Obit Beat”.
October is National Domestic Violence Awareness Month, and one J-School alum is bringing attention to this conversation through an award-winning documentary film.
We caught up with Joanna to hear how her career journey took her from the J-School to AVP of Industry Analysis at tech company Morning Consult.
J-School alum Rachel Bozich (BA’14) is a story producer on the new docuseries LuLaRich on Amazon Prime Video.
Brian has used his J-School experience to create a unique and entrepreneurial career in strategic communications.
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.