Wisconsin Watch’s “The Color of Money” series was awarded an honorable mention award at the 2021 Eppy Awards.
In the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, students, faculty and staff are collaborating on efforts surrounding diversity, equity and inclusion.
J475 helps students build their skillset in video editing, storyboarding, script writing and shooting video.
With a new outlook on what physical print means, this semester proves to be an exciting one for student publications at UW-Madison.
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.
Students in J175 have been able to pass along their advice to incoming freshmen through the “Campus Survival Guide” blog.
Curb magazine was a finalist for Best Student Magazine and won Best Affiliated Website in SPJ’s 2020 national Mark of Excellence awards.
SJMC students took home 15 Milwaukee Press Club Excellence in Journalism awards, including five top prizes.
This year, the J-School awarded scholarships to all 178 undergraduate applicants. Madison marketing agency Hiebing has also established a Chancellor’s Scholarship to support a J-School student.
This year’s first place Student Market Television award in the Newscast category went to The Badger Report.