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The UNL College of Journalism and Mass Communications Student Advisory Board voted to select Jessica Black as the December 2022 Student of the Month. Black is a junior advertising and public relations major from Lincoln, Nebraska.
Jill Martin was named the January professor of the month by the CoJMC Student Advisory Board. Martin is an assistant professor of practice in journalism. She teaches courses in journalism, community reporting, leads the Nebraska News Service and serves as co-director of the Experience Lab.
The College of Journalism and Mass Communications Checkout Room provides access to media production equipment to all students enrolled in CoJMC courses. Use of the checkout room is free of charge for students. However, fines and fees will apply for overdue, lost or stolen equipment.
Two College of Journalism and Mass Communications students will serve as orientation leaders for summer 2023. In these roles, which are among the most competitive and prestigious student leadership positions at the university, the students will help welcome more than 4,500 students and their family members.
Campus is once again buzzing with the excitement of a new semester. While much of the fall semester is focused on fundamentals, in the spring we really get to push our more seasoned students in courses like Data Journalism, Advanced Videography, Advanced Audio Content Creation, Advanced Sports Data Analytics, Politics and the Media, Interactive Media Design, Digital Motion Graphics, Social Media Data Mining and Crisis Management.