UNL College of Journalism and Mass Communications majors Kateri Hartman and Chase Porter won a 2022 Edward R. Murrow Award for Excellence in Audio Feature Reporting from the Radio Television Digital News Association.
The PublicInsight Lab (within the College of Journalism and Mass Communications), in collaboration with UNL’s Methodology and Evaluation Research Core (formerly within the Social and Behavioral Sciences Research Consortium), is issuing a call for proposals for research needing access to “big data” from media (social and traditional) sources.
This year’s annual MobileMe&You Conference, co-sponsored by the College of Journalism and Mass Communications, will be at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Student Union Thursday-Saturday, Oct. 20-22.
This weekend Luke Weidner will be graduating with distinction from the College of Journalism and Mass Communications. Weidner studied advertising, public relations and journalism while at the college. His internship experiences with Nebraska's Athletic Department and Hudl led him to his new role at North Dakota State University as the director of graphic design in their athletics department.
Fourteen faculty members from the College of Journalism and Mass Communications attended the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC) from Aug. 2-6, in Detroit. Many served as panelists, moderators and discussants or they presented their research in a variety of sessions throughout the four-day conference.
College of Journalism and Mass Communications junior Lauren Penington of Parker, Colo. was selected to attend the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) Student Leadership Institute. At Nebraska, the advertising and public relations and political science double major is Vice President of the Society of Professional Journalists student club. Penington was one of 23 students from across the country selected to attend the second annual SPJ Student Leadership Institute.