CoJMC News

Starita to receive 2017 Chief Standing Bear Humanitarian Award

Mar 21 2017 - 3:15pm

Nebraska’s Professor Joe Starita has been selected as the Nebraska Commission on Indian Affairs (NCIA) 2017 Chief Standing Bear Humanitarian Award recipient.

CoJMC News

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Nebraska Mosaic launches newsletter, engages with audience
Dec 7 2016 - 9:30am

by Savanah Baker and Michelle Hassler

Students in the Nebraska Mosaic course launched an e-newsletter this semester to help them engage their audiences and offer an alternative way to deliver news and information.


Shelley Smith, ESPN analyst and UNL CoJMC alumnus, received the WISE Women of Inspiration and Sports Journalist of the Year awards.
Smith receives WISE Women of Inspiration, Sports Journalist of the Year awards
Nov 17 2016 - 7:15am

by Savanah Baker

Shelley Smith, current ESPN correspondent and a University of Nebraska–Lincoln College of Journalism and Mass Communications alumnus, has been selected to receive the 2016 Women in Sports and Events (WISE) Women of Inspiration Award and the Sports Journalist of the Year by the Jim Murray Memorial Foundation.


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Lopez chosen for Most Promising Multicultural Student award
Nov 10 2016 - 11:00am

by Savanah Baker

Monica Lopez, a senior advertising and public relations, French and geography student, was awarded the Most Promising Multicultural Student award from the American Advertising Federation. Lopez, a first generation college student, comes from Hastings, Nebraska.


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Holman, Hachtmann chosen for Alumni Masters Week
Nov 9 2016 - 8:45am

by Stacie Sikora and Savanah Baker

Margaret Holman was chosen to represent the College of Journalism and Mass Communications for Alumni Masters Week while Dr. Frauke Hachtmann was chosen by the Nebraska Athletic Department as its Alumni Master.


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CoJMC students to cover 2016 election live
Nov 8 2016 - 11:30am

by Savanah Baker

Students from the College of Journalism and Mass Communications will be providing full coverage on Election Day through multimedia, television and radio outlets.


CoJMC alumnus and local broadcaster Dodson dies at 74
Nov 2 2016 - 1:45pm

by Savanah Baker

H. Roger Dodson, local broadcaster and University of Nebraska–Lincoln College of Journalism and Mass Communications alumnus, died Oct. 26, 2016. He was 74.


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Jacht creates new campaign for Lincoln Public Works
Nov 2 2016 - 7:15am

by Savanah Baker

Jacht Ad Lab, the student-run communications firm in the College of Journalism and Mass Communications, partnered with Lincoln Public Works (LPW) to tackle a ridership issue for the Lincoln bus system.


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Storytelling with technology: CoJMC alumnus Ben Kreimer
Nov 2 2016 - 7:00am

By Karley Powell, advertising and public relations student

Drones, 360 video and virtual reality are tools being used by journalists all over the world. University of Nebraska–Lincoln College of Journalism and Mass Communications alumnus Ben Kreimer uses these tools as his medium for sharing his true passion for storytelling.


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Graduate students attend MobileMe&You2 in Chicago
Nov 2 2016 - 7:00am

by Savanah Baker

Nine graduate students attended MobileMe&You2, a conference dedicated to learning about new initiatives and innovations in mobile media. It took place in Chicago, Illinois, while being live casted to San Francisco, California, on Oct. 27-Oct. 29.


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Starita writes book on first Native American doctor, available now
Oct 25 2016 - 3:15pm

by Savanah Baker

Susan La Flesche became the first Native American doctor in the United States, but only after breaking down thick walls of ethnic, racial and gender prejudice. Professor Joe Starita wrote the book “A Warrior of the People,” to draw attention to La Flesche’s accomplishments and to bring light to the American West’s history through the eyes of a woman.


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