J-School alum Marquise Mays is an award-winning filmmaker and media scholar. His film “The Heartland” has been selected to be a part of an emerging filmmaker series curated by John Ridley, founder of Nō Studios and Academy Award-winning screenwriter of 12 Years of Slave.
Recently, Adweek named Lead Balloon as the 2020 Marketing Podcast of the Year. We caught up with Dusty to hear more about the award.
Fill the Hill 2020 was a huge success for the J-School, with over $16,000 raised by 135 donors.
Having served as a board member of Covenant House Georgia since 2013, SJMC alum Ben Deutsch has recently been named Chair of the Board of Directors of CHGA.
Along with new cohorts of undergraduate and graduate students, three SJMC alums are also taking on new positions in the department.
SJMC alum Jasmine McNealy received funding from The John S. and James L. Knight Foundation for a project on new governance framework for data collected by digital platforms, smart devices, and smart city technologies. We asked Jasmine a few questions to learn more.
By Colleen Muraca Peter Marino, president of emerging growth for Molson Coors Beverage Company, is a 1994 graduate of the School of Journalism and Mass Communication and one of our 2020 Distinguished Service Award winners. …
By Emily Knepple Karen Walsh is a 1981 graduate of the UW-Madison School of Journalism and one of our 2020 Distinguished Service Award recipients. Walsh spent 23 years working for the University in public information …
By Emily Knepple Ali Zelenko, senior vice president of communications of NBC News, is a 1993 graduate of the School of Journalism and one of our 2020 Distinguished Service Award recipients. Zelenko credits the J-School with …
Our 2020 Alumni Awards Ceremony scheduled for April 24 was canceled due to the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak. Please join us in honoring these alumni award winners. On Wisconsin!