Migrant farm workers documented in Nebraska's panhandle, summer of 2011.
UNL photojournalists traveled across Nebraska in the summer of 2009. Track the group as they make their way through Nebraska on their blog.
Native Daughters - The Carnegie and Knight foundations provided the CoJMC with a two-year grant of $250,000 to enhance our curriculum. For the first year, our faculty has chosen to focus a depth reporting project on Native American women.
Summer Blogs - This Summer many CoJMC students are hard at work studying around the world.
Photo cutline: We met Thursday, May 20, with Richard Hoagland, U.S. ambassador to Kazakhstan. From left: Bruce Thorson, Megan Nichols, Patrick Breen, Andrew Dickinson, Travis Beck, Richard Hoagland, Kyle Bruggeman, Elizabeth Gamez, Joe Weber, Sarah Tenorio and Megan Plouzek. Photojournalism (Kazakhstan) student blog
Back row (L to R): Mike Rendowski, Joe Addison, Balsam Ali, Katy Baker, Mallory Kudrna, Ben Oltman, Chris Vinson, Sensei Dana Fritz, Shaun Ostby and Senssei Frauke Hachtmann; Front row (L to R): Bryan Klopping, Elyssa Yoneda, Mijou Sahiouni, Bethany Hebert, Jade Novotny, Melanie Fichthorn, Susan Kachman, Allison Wilson-dams, Audrey Koch and Amy Gordon. Japan 2010 study abroad blog
- Costa Rica 2010 study abroad blog
- Sri Lanka 2010 study abroad
News 21 - News21 is part of the Carnegie Corporation of New York and the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation's Initiative on the Future of Journalism. Carnegie-Knight has invested more than $11 million to bolster the journalism curriculum at 12 of the nation's top journalism schools. UNL joined this national initiative to redefine journalism education and train the journalists of the future in 2007. UNL's News21 fellows will participate in a 10-week paid summer program at one of eight incubator schools across the nation. This year News21 fellows will be exploring the demographics of a changing nation. Read More >>>
Mitch Smith, will be blogging about his trip to report with Nicholas Kristof in Africa. Read Mitch's Blog